We asked readers: What comes to mind when you think of the words “the blessed hope”? How has the reality of Christ’s return affected your Christian experience, as well as that of your family and friends? Here are a few of their responses.—Editors.
The following sermon* was preached by William Miller in 1842. The language clearly exhibits traits of the nineteenth century; the ideas, however, are solidly biblical, timeless, and echo both urgency and passion.—Editors
Survivors of abuse within Adventist environments share their stories.
Seventh-day Adventists believe that God is actively working to make His children healthy and well. Read on to be inspired by these stories of His hand actively working in the lives of four unique individuals. —Editors.
The beloved hymn “It is Well With My Soul” bears this precious verse: “Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say, It […]
Joy” is a short word that nevertheless encompasses a rich trove of experiences. Joy activates our whole being. We start glowing from the […]
There is no joy in pain. No joy in suffering. No joy in hardship. Paul writes a lot about joy in his letter […]