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Amazing God-man

Essence of the gospel, core of our mission

This article originally appeared on www.adventistworld.org in April, 2010. Jairyong Lee is president of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists and lives in Ilsan-gu, Goyang City

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When Sin Will Be No More

Until then our “stories” can be left safely with Jesus.

story of love and suffering, but most of all, a story of grace. Martin G. Klingbeil is vice president for Academic Administration of Helderberg College in Somerset West, South Africa. This article

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God’s Authoritative Voice

International Conference on the Bible and Science

Download this PDF The following is a transcript of the keynote speech that Adventist Church President Ted N.C. Wilson gave at the opening of a 10-day International Conference on the Bible and Science

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British Union Conference interview with Ted N. C. Wilson

Pastor Ted Wilson, President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, visited the Camp Meeting studios of Light FM on Sabbath, 28 June for an in depth chat about his vision for the Adventist Church.

Filmed by the SEC media team, Elder Wilson highlighted his key messages of prayer and Bible study as central to our relationship with Jesus, then went on to talk about some of the more difficult areas

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Ironically, early Adventists were reluctant missionaries

That same year, Arthur G. Daniells became the first missionary elected as the Adventist Church’s president, having served in New Zealand and Australia for 15 years. “It’s a remarkable story of how our [...] The year 1874 was another key year for mission – widower Andrews, a former Adventist Church president, took his two children to Europe as the church’s first official missionary, and the denomination [...] left the U.S. knowing they might never come back. William A. Spicer, who was appointed church president following Daniells and had served as a missionary in India, published his thoughts on mission in

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Adventist denomination emerged amid debate over church structure

and elected the denomination’s top three officers: president, secretary and treasurer. While unanimously elected, James White declined the presidency, fearing the job would sully his campaign for organization [...] grab for personal power,” Knight says. Instead, John Byington served as the denomination’s first president. But the man behind establishing a framework of decision-making for the church was already

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Serving a New Continent

AWR describes its ministry as "traveling where missionaries cannot go." Ben Schoun, former AWR president, says, "There are many reasons why it can be hard to share the good news of salvation with people

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Re-sparking the passion

negativity and loneliness. 5: Learn to manage difficulties . David Olsen, founder and president of the "Prepare/Enrich" premarital counseling course, says that all newly married couples need to

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What Revelation says about the Armageddon

with the beast'" (Revelation 17:12). Kings means "heads of state," which in our day can include presidents and prime ministers. These kings represent the nations over which they rule. Now note this:

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Communication Strategy Commission - Report

responsibility of the vice president advising the Communication Department and the Communication Director with assistance with scheduling from the Assistant to the President.) [...] at the General Conference level so that it is a part of the President's office under the direction of a General Conference vice president assigned to communication (see attached diagram). [...] the role of the general vice president with the communication assignment as follows: a) Responsible to the General Conference President for the total communication

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Seventh-day Adventist beliefs are meant to permeate your whole life. Growing out of scriptures that paint a compelling portrait of God, you are invited to explore, experience and know the One who desires to make us whole.

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