Last Christmas we had dinner at the home of a relative. To enjoy the occasion to the fullest, my wife, our children, and […]
Category: The Word
When He sends us somewhere, He promises to be right with us.
Looking at the kosmos through the lens of the New Testament
For God so loved the world . . .
The sixteenth-century Reformation was the epicenter of profound changes. These changes were not caused by social or economic forces. The central issues were […]
How the best in the world is reflected in Ellen White’s counsel
The following interview-style conversation between the husband-wife team Sylvia and Werner Renz connects one of the key Reformation-era discoveries, “righteousness by faith alone,” […]
Jesus is divine. He exists from eternity (John 8:58). He never had a beginning, and will never have an ending. He is from […]
Q: I rarely hear references to believers as pilgrims in this world. Was that not a good biblical image? It’s always been […]
Seventh-day Adventists have traditionally held a special affinity for the Waldensians, who, during a time of religious oppression, preserved and shared the Scriptures […]
By mid-afternoon, much of Jose’s garden is shaded by its large banana trees. An occasional breath of breeze from the nearby river bed […]
Fortunately, I rarely feel envious of others. Emotions I may struggle with are fear and some degree of pride, but envy? No. I’m […]