More Things Are Wrought by Prayer

More Things Are Wrought by Prayer

Posted December 30, 2016 BY SHAWN CRAIG, special contributor to Adventist Review I learned (what I thought at the time) one of the most poignant lessons about effective, culturally transformative Christianity from my one of my public high school teachers several years ago.She said, “Never be so heavenly minded that you are no earthly good.” […]

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GYC: Calling for Commitment

GYC: Calling for Commitment

Posted December 30, 2016 BY MICHELLE DOUCOUMES, special contributor to Adventist Review “Please stand up if your birthday is between January and July.” More than half the audience stands. “This proportion roughly represents the number of Adventist youth who will leave the church after college.” “GYC is you. You are GYC, and this is your […]

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The Gospel on the Street

The Gospel on the Street

Posted December 30, 2016 BY MICHELLE DOUCOUMES, special contributor to Adventist Review “Hi, my name is Lisa and this is my friend Heidi. At this time of year, most people want to make positive changes in their lives. To do our best to help, we are local Christians doing a quick community survey.” By the […]

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LeRoy Leiske, 96, former Southwestern Adventist University president, passes to his rest

LeRoy Leiske, 96, former Southwestern Adventist University president, passes to his rest

Helped integrate Southern Adventist University in the 1960s; was also mayor of Keene, Texas Posted December 28, 2016 Seventh-day Adventist pastor and administrator LeRoy J. Leiske was a man who couldn’t stop improving things, friends and colleagues said when remembering the longtime leader. Leiske, 96, a former Southwestern Adventist University president who also was president […]

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