Sexual Immorality: The “Perfect” Sin?

Sexual Immorality: The “Perfect” Sin?

The sexual scandal of Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias has brought to the fore many discussions and questions concerning how Christian ministries and churches should react in the face of such embarrassing revelations. A scandal of a similar nature was publicized by the Ohio Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. There is a school of thought which

News Update: Adventist Church Releases New Bible Trivia Game App

News Update: Adventist Church Releases New Bible Trivia Game App

A brand-new digital evangelism tool aimed at reaching the world's 2.7 billion gamers Heroes 2: The Bible Trivia Game is a free app developed by Hope Channel to share the Three Angels' Message with gamers and young people around the world. The app is available for Android and iOS on popular app stores. Players start their journey with Adam and Eve i

“Out of the Mouths of Children”: A Prayerful Daughter Leads Her Father to Christ

“Out of the Mouths of Children”: A Prayerful Daughter Leads Her Father to Christ

It was four days in a row now and my father hadn’t returned home! There was zero communication. I wish I could say I wasn’t worried. Yet there I was, worrying constantly, hoping and wishing things could be different. The Bible is very clear about worrying. Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drin

Reimagining Adventism: The Gifts of the Spirit and Absurdity, Part 3

Reimagining Adventism: The Gifts of the Spirit and Absurdity, Part 3

“Love one another…” - The New Testament   In the previous articles, we explored two main themes. The first was the Spirit’s experiential utility. Here we discovered that the active presence of the Spirit among us is not merely a nebulous theological concept but rather a tangible reality that has practical use in the realm of post-church missio

Confessions of an End-Times Preacher: Hype, Headlines, or the Blessed Hope?

Confessions of an End-Times Preacher: Hype, Headlines, or the Blessed Hope?

September 11, 2001, was my generation’s Pearl Harbor.  I was awakened by my grandfather who exclaimed in his native tongue that New York was in chaos.  I turned on the television in my room and I saw a strange sight.  I saw one of the Twin Towers with a gaping hole with smoke coming out of it and I was perplexed that the other tower was missing.  I

The Disciple’s Vocation, Part 2: Kingdom Sowers

The Disciple’s Vocation, Part 2: Kingdom Sowers

PAX ET SECURITAS, ‘Peace and security.’ PAX ROMANA, ‘Roman Peace.’ These were Rome’s promises. But the road between Capua and Rome seemed anything but peaceful that day in 71 B.C. as 6,000 dead and dying men lined the 120-mile span, the last prisoners of Spartacus’ slave revolt.[1] About every hundred feet, one would have seen a rebel grotesquely c