The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 5: The Critical Factor of Dating and Marriage

The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 5: The Critical Factor of Dating and Marriage

Defining Great Defense Stanley-Danko’s book on The Millionaire Next Door spends an entire chapter on the lifestyle spending habits of modern day millionaires and encapsulates them with the words: Frugal Frugal Frugal. According to Stanley and Danko, “being frugal is the cornerstone of wealth-building.”[1] They spent a good number of pages examining

Our Problem With Authority Part 3: What if the Church is Wrong?

Our Problem With Authority Part 3: What if the Church is Wrong?

In part two of this series, we discussed that God has earthly representatives to whom He has delegated authority—specifically parents, governments, and the church. We also discovered that these authorities cannot be taken lightly, since disregarding them is as disregarding the voice of God. However, we pointed out that since these delegated authori

Last Generation Theology, Part 1: Contours and Problems

Last Generation Theology, Part 1: Contours and Problems

Perfection. One word–so much power. Power to spur unto growth, and power to discourage and demean. Power to challenge our best yet, and power to make us give up in the face of the unattainable.   “Be perfect, as God is perfect,” says Jesus in Matthew 5:48. Not only is “perfection” a powerful concept in and of itself, but it is also a biblical

The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 4 – How to Make the Best Education and Career Choices

The Adventist Way to Financial Success, Part 4 – How to Make the Best Education and Career Choices

  “We make decisions, and then they turn around and make us.” E.M.B Financial decisions rarely are dramatic or life-altering when you make them. Instead they steadily accumulate over a lifetime and by the time you really begin to focus on them, it’s often too late. The single most important lesson you can learn from this article is that there