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Pacific representatives take part in first EGW training intensive

The training program is designed to help those who teach about Ellen White to be more effective in communicating with their students.

Review: Tell the World

Tell the World is an ambitious film that represents a step forward for an Adventist production, breaking out from the traditional "talking heads" documentary.

Adventist Church prepares to ‘Tell the World’

An official press release from the Seventh-day Adventist Church about Tell the World, a feature film showcasing the struggles and triumphs of the denomination's pioneers.

REVIEW: For the One

For the One dares to imagine what the Seventh-day Adventist Church would look like if our personal and corporate practice fully reflected the reality: Jesus. All.

Getting to the core

If you don’t know the direction you’re headed, you may as well go anywhere or do anything. It could be the mantra of post-modernism. And increasingly, it may be the reality of the Christian world generally, and even Adventism.

Still on a mission

The Millerites firmly believed that Jesus Christ would return to earth on October 22, 1844. When the second coming did not occur, many were disillusioned and abandoned belief in a literal second advent. Some ex-Millerites, though, went back to studying th

Fresh light on William Miller

When, early in the 21st century, I heard that Jeff Crocombe was writing a doctoral thesis at The University of Queensland on how Miller interpreted the Bible, I was concerned.

The Miller method

William Miller’s principles for biblical interpretation were published in the Millerite Signs of the Times, which predates the Seventh-day Adventist magazine of the same name.
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