Breaking Barriers: How Adventists Are Working Together Across Ethnic Lines

Breaking Barriers: How Adventists Are Working Together Across Ethnic Lines

As part our series of articles and panel discussions about race relations in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Compass Magazine is featuring initiatives that bring together church members from different conferences and ethnic groups for the purpose of ministry. We hope these stories will inspire other local churches and conferences to find crea

“Race” and the Adventist Church

“Race” and the Adventist Church

Considering the place of notions of “race,” “ethnicity,” and “culture” in the Christian Church, and in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular, first calls for clarifications. It should be noted that these three notions, which are taken for granted, are all constructed in nature. Of all three, the term “culture” can perhaps be considered the

Watch Live! Online Panel Discussion on Race Relations in the Adventist Church

Watch Live! Online Panel Discussion on Race Relations in the Adventist Church

Thanks to significant interest in Dr. David Penno’s series on organizational segregation in the Adventist Church, The Compass Magazine will host its first-ever live online broadcast to discuss this issue. The panel discussion, featuring Dr. Penno and other Compass Magazine contributors, will focus on what we need to do to achieve greater unity amon

Local Healing for a Global Church

Local Healing for a Global Church

A few days ago our nation remembered a grim day in its history. On Sunday, March 7, thousands from across the nation gathered in Selma, Alabama, to commemorate a Sunday 50 years earlier, one that would become known as “Bloody Sunday.” The events of that fateful day when police attacked hundreds of peaceful activists marching across the Edmund Pettu