Thursday, January 1, 2015


The old year, with its burden of record, is fast passing away. The new year, with all its possibilities, will soon be ushered in. What advancement have we made in the knowledge of Christ during the past year? Are we prepared to show, more decidedly than ever before, that we are on the Lord’s side? At this time, when the nations of the world are wavering between infidelity and idolatry, are we prepared to stand as faithful ambassadors for Christ? Shall we not, at the beginning of this new year, give ourselves and all we have to God? Shall we not listen to His voice, which calls us to a renewed contest, to a more thorough consecration of ourselves and our intrusted capabilities to His service?

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Ellen G. White statements related to the observance of Christmas and holiday gifts


Christmas is Coming

"Christmas is coming," is the note that is sounded throughout our world from east to west and from north to south. With youth, those of mature age, and even the aged, it is a period of general rejoicing, of great gladness. But what is Christmas, that it should demand so much attention? This day has been made much of for centuries. It is accepted by the unbelieving world, and by the Christian world generally, as the day on which Christ was born. When the world at large celebrates the day, they show no honor to Christ. They refuse to acknowledge Him as their Saviour, to honor Him by willing obedience to His service. They show preference to the day, but none to the one for whom the day is celebrated, Jesus Christ.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Christians & Christmas. By Angel Manuel Rodríguez


QUESTION: Should Adventists celebrate Christmas?

Every year I receive letters or phone calls asking whether it is correct for Adventists to celebrate Christmas. The uncertainty is usually based on the absence of any biblical information about the date of Christ’s birth, and on the conviction that December 25 has been associated with a pagan festival. Let me provide some historical information about the celebration of Christmas and say something about its significance.

Friday, November 21, 2014

The Collegian│digital magazine

The official magazine of Associated Students of Walla Walla University│ASWWU.


November 19, 2014│Volume 99, Issue 8

Record • InFocus│2014 weekly videos

The official news service of the South Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

• November 21│In this week’s news: Christians take up arms in the Middle East. Seeking support for a film on the life of Aussie legend, the Rev Dr John Smith. And the last lullaby – a young father’s heartbreak. Watch the news here with Dannielle Synot ...

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Video of Adventist Father Singing to Dying Son Goes Viral

Chris Picco loses his 4-day-old boy just days after his wife dies at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.
Chris Picco kissing his son, Lennon James.
Apoignant video of an Adventist song leader from Loma Linda University singing a farewell lullaby to his dying infant son just days after his wife died following a Caesarean section has gone viral.

Chris Picco, a professional recording artist who leads university chapel song services, tenderly sang Paul McCartney’s “Blackbird” on his guitar at the bedside of his 4-day-old son, Lennon James, on November 11, hours before the boy died in his father’s arms.

His wife, Ashley, 30, died following an emergency Caesarean section to deliver the baby, who was born 16 weeks early, at the Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The Pope on evolution. By Lita Cosner


Roman Catholics consider Pope Francis (Jorge Mario Bergoglio, b. 1936) to be the successor to the Apostle Peter, and therefore having authority over Christians worldwide. Protestant creationists today have another reason to be glad that we reject this error.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Columns│digital magazine

The official magazine of Southern Adventist University.


2013 - 2014 Annual Report

COLUMNS is the official magazine of Southern Adventist University, produced by Marketing and University Relations to provide information to alumni and other friends ... more

Southern Adventist University is a co-education institution established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, offering doctoral, master's, baccalaureate, and associate degrees, and one-year certificates ... more

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Mission 360°│digital magazine

Mission 360° is the new official mission magazine of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.


• Fall 2014

Mission 360° is the new official mission magazine of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It features inspiring stories about missionaries, Adventist volunteers, Global Mission pioneers, tent makers, and church planters. From remote jungle villages to teeming mega cities around the world, it will take you to the front lines of mission to experience the challenges and joys of reaching people with the love of Jesus Christ.

The Volunteer│digital magazine

The Volunteer is the official publication of Maranatha Volunteers International.


Oct│Sept 2014

• The Volunteer is the official publication of Maranatha Volunteers International, a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

The newsletter is published four times a year and features stories straight from the mission field, shares personal volunteer experiences, and outlines our greatest needs.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Outlook│digital magazine

The official newsletter of the Mid-America Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church.


November 2014

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3ABN│Three Angel Broadcasting Network

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Titanic! By Clifford Goldstein

Benny Beeman told the story like this: In 1912, he was coming over on a ship to America. He was a child, about 10 years old, leaving the Old World, where life for Jews wasn’t so good. He was heading for the New World, where he and his family hoped it would be better.