Pushing the boundaries is no longer enough. Seventh-day Adventist tech and media professionals at this year’s Global Adventist Internet Network conference were challenged to leave the boundaries in the rearview mirror or risk becoming irrelevant.
At the Second Conference on Work-Free Sundays and Decent Work, the alliance launched a pledge targeting current and future members of the European Parliament, asking lawmakers to promote legislation that “respects” Sunday as a “day of rest” and guarantees fair work hours.
A Protestant pastor and a congregational researcher recently tackled what many have referred to as “the 20/80 problem,” which they define as “20 percent of the members doing 80 percent of the work, while most of the rest do nothing. Is this a problem in the Seventh-day Adventist church?
New Seventh-day Adventist members tell what attracted them to seminars at their church.
“I was attracted by the whole premise of learning about Bible prophecy after having been exposed to it by Bible worker Tyler Trahan. What kept me coming back was the undeniable truth that was presented. It left me wanting to know more.”—Josh Morgan recently joined the Glen Burnie (Md.) church
In in the lastest Talking About Freedom podcast, Walter Carson, host and Columbia Union Conference's general counsel, talks with Rob Boston, communication director for Americans United and editor of the Church and Statemagazine, about the Establishmen Clause.