Report: Adventist Society for Religious Studies, San Diego 2019

Report: Adventist Society for Religious Studies, San Diego 2019

The Adventist Society for Religious Studies (ASRS) is an academic community that aims to provide a context for scholarly dialogue and fellowship. The society has been holding meetings in conjunction with the American Academy of Religion (AAR) and the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) since 1979, first under the name of Andrews Society for Religi

Report: Adventist Theological Society Conference San Diego, 2019

Report: Adventist Theological Society Conference San Diego, 2019

For over thirty years, the Adventist Theological Society has been functioning as “an international, professional, nonprofit organization established as a resource for the Seventh-day Adventist Church to foster biblical, theological, and historical studies supportive of the Church’s message and mission.”[1] Among other projects, the society holds tw

Interview with David Williams: 17th Annual Andrews University Music & Worship Conference February 13-15, 2020: “God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music”

Interview with David Williams: 17th Annual Andrews University Music & Worship Conference February 13-15, 2020: “God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music”

“God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music” is an interesting title! Tell us more about it and why it was chosen for this year. Well, a few things. It’s circumstantial – the date that we chose is over Valentine’s Day. And while this is also a beautiful liturgical theme, people might just be thinking about love on February 14. I was

Self-discipline in Science and Scripture: A Weekend Series at AU

Self-discipline in Science and Scripture: A Weekend Series at AU

Chad and Fadia Kreuzer, a husband-wife team of globetrotting evangelists, seminar speakers, and documentary makers, recently visited Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan and conducted a three-part, weekend series entitled Self-discipline in Science and Scripture. Revive, a vespers and outreach fellowship on campus, hosted the event. This

October 18, 2019 Jesus and Politics, Jesus and the #MeToo Movement

October 18, 2019 Jesus and Politics, Jesus and the #MeToo Movement

  The first breakout session of the Jesus & Politics conference had an option entitled Jesus and the #MeToo Movement. The section was moderated by Melissa Ponce-Rodas (Assistant Professor of Psychology, Andrews University). Joining her on the panel were Jennifer Jill Schwirzer (Life Coach, Abide Counseling), Erica Jones (Assistant Director

NAD 2019 Year-End Meetings, Sabbath Divine Service

NAD 2019 Year-End Meetings, Sabbath Divine Service

November 2 Divine Service On Saturday, November 2, 2019, the North American Division President, Dan Jackson, preached for the Sabbath service during the North American Year-End Meetings. His sermon was based on Isaiah and the promise of comfort and hope given to a people in distress. In light of his retirement next summer, Jackson began his sermon

NAD 2019 Year-End Meetings, Friday Morning Business Session – President’s Report

NAD 2019 Year-End Meetings, Friday Morning Business Session – President’s Report

November 1 Business Session Dan Jackson began his 10th presidential report by citing God’s promise in Romans 8:32:   He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him over for us all, how will He not also with Him freely give us all things?   “I have far more hope in 2019 than I had in 2010,” said Jackson in regards to the church growth