Fifteen Seventh-day Adventist Church Members Die After Lightning Hits Rwanda Congregation During Sabbath Worship

Fifteen Seventh-day Adventist Church Members Die After Lightning Hits Rwanda Congregation During Sabbath Worship

Lighting struck a Rwandan Seventh-day Adventist congregation during Sabbath worship on March 10, killing 15 members. More than 130 others attending services at the Gihemvu Seventh-day Adventist Church were taken to an area hospital and other health centers. Some of those treated have since been released. Church leaders and government officials, inc

News Analysis: Sabbath-Case Win Latest in Series of Victories, Reversing Decades-Old Precedent

News Analysis: Sabbath-Case Win Latest in Series of Victories, Reversing Decades-Old Precedent

As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country. (Proverbs 25:25, KJV)   Clearfield, Utah, some 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, may seem like "a far country" to some readers, but the "good news" recently delivered by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, based in Denver, should refresh many a thirsty Seventh

Dan Jackson on NAD/GC Compliance: “This Is a Time When We Must Pull Together”

Dan Jackson on NAD/GC Compliance: “This Is a Time When We Must Pull Together”

On September 15, 2017, Elder Dan Jackson, President of the North American Division, held a live webinar with ministerial directors and church administrators from across the NAD. The webinar centered around a number of topics, including the issue of union/division compliance with the General Conference (in the context of the 2015 women’s ordination

A More Excellent Way: Charlottesville and the Challenge of Evangelism in Volatile Contexts

A More Excellent Way: Charlottesville and the Challenge of Evangelism in Volatile Contexts

The question before us is what is the best way to persuade people to choose Jesus in volatile cultures and contexts? Sadly, it seems the United States has become a volatile context in our increasingly polarized political, social, and moral discourse. Our attention as Americans has again been fixated upon tragic events, this time in Charlottesville,

The Compass Headlines 08-13-2017

The Compass Headlines 08-13-2017

Seventh-day Gay Adventists Criticized by a Catholic Magazine The Crisis Magazine, a Catholic publication, has called out the Seventh-day Gay Adventists documentary and its proponents for their lack of biblical fidelity. Regis Nicol writes, "the film promotes a revisionist exegesis of Scripture—namely, that biblical injunctions against homosexuality