GC Blog Bonus: What to Expect on Wednesday

GC Blog Bonus: What to Expect on Wednesday

The issue of women’s ordination will be the main point of discussion for the entire day, and it is possible that it could continue beyond the allotted time. The question that is being presented before the delegates for deliberation has been carefully constructed and prayerfully considered. It reads, After your prayerful study on ordination from the

GC Blog Day 5 (Monday, July 6): Forward Progress

GC Blog Day 5 (Monday, July 6): Forward Progress

Today’s business meeting discussion was dominated by an examination of the Fundamental Beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Before the business of the day transpired, Elder Wilson appealed to the delegates to follow parliamentary procedure and addressed the issue of voting. He pleaded with delegates not to use the Point of Order as a means

GC Blog Intro: Session Overview

GC Blog Intro: Session Overview

It’s Wednesday here in San Antonio, and final preparations for this year’s General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists are underway. Registration has opened for more than 2,500 delegates and special guests from all over the world who will be serving as representatives of the church. Every day there will be exciting things happening that will affec

Skeletons from the Past

Skeletons from the Past

Seventh-day Adventism in visible origin is a white, Anglo church. We see this by looking at its founders and early leaders. However, the theological foundation upon which the church was built is anything but Anglo; truth by nature is culturally blind. As this truth spread across cultural boundaries, the diversity of its believers increased. In resp