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How does the amount of what we have impact our giving? Or should it?
Balvin B. Braham, D. Ed, who is assistant to the president of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (IAD), with responsibilities for evangelism and leadership development, is interviewed by Jeffrey O. Brown
How can we show no fear?
What is the best way to prepare for an inspection? What about the most important kind of all?
With growing attention on supernatural healing, how should we view it? Are we real ministers of God without it? What is the balance with other kinds of ministry, such as preaching and teaching?
It can be awkward to remind church members of the importance of tithe and offering. So, how can we foster a culture that encourages giving for all the right reasons?
God gave us a marvelous gift when He entrusted us with the earth. How can we take care of it in such a way that we honor Him?
When hard times come, it can be easy to focus on what we do not have. But do we actually focus on what we have when we do have more? How can we be content no matter what?
Sebastien shares a powerful experience of witnessing to someone who he thought was not worth the time — and he learned about how God prepares people to receive His love before we even arrive.
What is the role of prayer in church growth — and how can we walk with God through this process?
The time of only good news is coming.
Adventist Christian Education brings a wealth of blessing and opportunity in its train. How can we give more people access to this kind of education? What reasons are there to fight for it?
Self-sacrifice has been a key part of mission work starting with God Himself, and it has continued throughout history ever since. What can we learn from those who have gone before us?
Childhood spiritual abuse is more pervasive and damaging than many realize. What are the signs and effects of this kind of abuse? How can we walk others — or even ourselves — through the process of healing?
"The secret of success is to find a need and fill it, to find a hurt and heal it, to find somebody with a problem and offer to help solve it." How can we apply this in a Christ-like way to evangelism?
What does the Bible tell us about the face of God? What kind of people will see it, and what blessings will that experience bring?
What can be learn about reflecting on what God has done for us? How does that effect our witness to the world?
In order to fulfill its mission, what does the church need?
Is revival enough? Where does reformation come into the experience?
Andreasen delves into what the pew would say to the pulpit if it could speak, thus sharing thoughts on the church service.
In the midst of a year that will be remembered for its uncertainty, what can we still be certain of?
As Christians, how should we react to the current pandemic and economic upheaval? What can we learn both from history and prophecy about such times?
There has been a rise in cases of abuse since the onset of COVID. Where is Jesus amidst this kind of suffering?
In a time where financial certainty is deserting many of us, what can we learn about persisting in faithful giving? About trusting God with everything?
Pastoral ministry is difficult — how can you know if it's time to walk away or continue?
As leaders in our churches, what can we learn from Peter about how to manage, even thrive, in the current crises?
Hear how God ministered directly to a woman during some of the hardest nights — and how He continues to
Many of us are finding ourselves in financially difficult times — how can we rely on God through these times?
How can we stay close to God, positive, and a blessing to others when we are confined by circumstances?
How do we know we're doing the right thing in times like these?