“It’s been my great joy to work with gifted leaders who love God and His church,” says Brill, who, to date, has served the longest as a vice president for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America.
Barry Black discussed how he now consumes a steady diet of Scripture throughout the day: the Psalms for breakfast; a Proverb at lunch; and a Gospel passage in the evening. He charged the attendees to pray James 1:5 and Luke 11:13 each day, saying it would transform them as it has him.
In response to the warning issued by the 2019 General Conference Annual Council, the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee voted to “affirm and express its unwavering support for the primacy of the Word of God; the mission and fundamental beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church; the belief in the Prophet Joel’s prophecy of Joel 2:28-29; women who serve as pastors, elders and leaders, according to policy; and the Union leadership team.”
Responding to this question that sparked a renewed church conversation on abortion, delegates to the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Annual Council recently debated and voted a Statement on the Biblical View of Unborn Life and Its Implications for Abortion.