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Allegheny East Conference's Ebenezer church in Philadelphia is celebrating 110 years of ministry this year, and members plan to celebrate all year long.
Only adults are accepted or included in certain situations in life. But when it comes to Jesus, all of us—adults and children—are accepted and included and have a 100 percent chance of spending eternity with Jesus.
I was in need of a pride check. I took the time out, stopped what I was doing and asked God to teach me.
I used to complain to my husband that nothing in life had come easy to me. In each challenge, I felt heavily burdened, but I now realize the Lord gave me strength to overcome
Paul tells us in the book of Romans that, with the help of the Holy Spirit, we are transformed, and our hardness or ability to withstand the struggles of life increases. We are changed by the love of God, and the struggles we endure shape our character and give us strength and hope.
Philippians 4:13 became one of my favorite Bible texts, as it pulled me through many difficult situations in the past, and still does.
More than 3,000 listeners gathered in person for the first time in more than a year for a live concert hosted by WGTS 91.9.
One day, an elderly woman approached me: “Son, you know what? As Isaiah 40:31 says, you just have to wait on the Lord.” These words have forever been engraved in my mind.
God used this text to show me that when I am at my weakest point, God’s strength will shine brighter than ever before.
My first introduction to the Seventh-day Adventist Church was: “My mother doesn’t eat pork, and she goes to church on Saturday.” After that startling introduction, I never thought I’d become a member.