Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Signs’ Norwegian book wrestles with God questions

A new book translated from Norwegian and published by Signs Publishing responds to the common atheists' critiques of faith, particularly to questions about what God is like.

YouTube mania and the church disconnect

Dr David Pennington says there is a growing and concerning number of senior church members who are watching YouTube religiously.

PNG Adventists in politics: opportunities and challenges

Most people avoid politics like the plague. Yet in Papua New Guinea, more and more Adventists are stepping into the political arena.

The 17-year project

What would Desmond Doss have thought of the new Hacksaw Ridge movie? Nathan Brown sits down with film producer and Doss's close friend Terry Benedict to find out.

One more

“Please Lord, help me get one more, just one more," prayed Desmond Doss on that night on Hacksaw Ridge. Are you willing and ready to get "one more" for Jesus?

Food as medicine

"Food as medicine." It's a life-saving concept . . . that now comes in book.

Muslim relations conference a success

Attendees at a series of Maitland Adventist Church (NSW) meetings focused on connecting with Muslims were enthusiastic about the principles and information they’d gained from the line-up of international guests who spoke at the September 22-25 event.

Religious liberty: worth fighting for

What happens when commonly held societal values collide with deeply ingrained Christian values like traditional marriage and the right for Adventist schools to preserve their special character?

Adventists take the lead at WCTU convention

Adventists from the South Pacific were among the keynote speakers at this year's 40th World Convention of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.

Love on the street

Takoma Park in Washington DC used to be Adventist central. Then one day a young woman was found dead on the seat of a local bus stop.
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