Friday, October 18, 2019
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Record Rewind: A couple of refuge

Rod and Nita Ellison were a formidable life-long partnership—two people of common mind who were totally committed to each other and their joint ministry.

Record Rewind: Brilliant Bible teacher

A teacher for the ages, Alfred "PK" Kranz "reigned supreme in the classroom".

What we teach

There's no "Discipleship for Dummies" instructional manual. Then again, perhaps there is.

Record Rewind: A formidable teacher

Mary Maud Smart had a tremendous impact on Adventist education over the course of her 46 years as a teacher, supervisor and "dreaded inspector".

28 Fundamentals: Big moments

Daniel Kuberek's father had the spiritual gifts of preaching and leadership. But spiritual gifts are different for everyone, and all of them are significant. (Fundamental Belief #17)

A day in the life of a . . . missionary...

Next year will mark 40 years of mission service for Australians Clif and Karen Maberly.

Think&Do in practice: The impact of Avondale’s appeal for research

Avondale’s giving campaign uses a phrase from founder Ellen White to seek support for research that improves lives, but where is the evidence?

A challenging call

God's call to stay is often harder to accept than His call to leave.

Education

Across the South Pacific, Adventist schools are growing in size. The problem is we don't have enough teachers.

Carolyn Sutton talks devotional books

“More souls for the kingdom, Lord, through these stories.”
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