Crosses are everywhere. People wear them around their necks, ink them into their flesh and place them on top of churches, altars and buns—even in their homes. But it's time we stopped sanitising and merchandising the cross.
Last December my husband wandered into the kitchen and asked if I was ready for a bombshell. “I’m thinking about doing this,” Damien said, as he threw an ARISE brochure on the bench where I was preparing dinner.
Seventh-day Adventist youth leaders say a recent meeting shed light on their working relationship with supporting ministries, which, for years, in some cases was marked by misunderstandings and a measure of tension.