The finest songs begin with Him, and end with Him, and He’s in every note between.
God’s grace is always right on time—at just the point we finally agree how lost we were and how found we are.
To be in grace is to always be in debt—gladly, joyfully in debt.
Grace is Christ’s kind attentiveness to all that makes us whole.
The one unfallen one of us offers us the grace we have no right to offer ourselves.
We are strengthened, held, encouraged—shaped—by those who share the journey with us.
General Conference Vice-president Ella Simmons talks with Lael Caesar about the wonderful Kentucky grandmother who mothered her.
It was a normal worship service. Until Big Randy walked in. Everything was moving as expected. No surprises. The musicians were skillfully playing […]
Lael Caesar, associate editor of Adventist Review, spoke with Andrea Luxton, president of Andrews University, about what we can learn about religion and […]
Stimulating discussion of a fascinating and crucial topic for everyone seeking personal victory, and interested in personal salvation, as well as those who […]