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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Pacific Southwest

Bridging the Racial Divide

to illustrate racism

Overcoming racism requires that we have a better understanding of American history. A large part of the problem is that many don’t understand how deeply …

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Blogs About Life

Four writers and five blogs serve up an endless variety of delightful reading adventures. A collection of five short, yet insightful blogs created to help …

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Live Streaming Worship

During COVID-19, if your church “live streams” its worship services, you are fortunate to be able to attend your home church while its physical services …

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Positive Disruption

If you are fortunate enough to live a relatively trouble-free life, count your blessings. However, as you do, remember that avoiding trouble and enjoying a …

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Panic or Peace?

Splashed across every recent social media post and news screen is the odd combination of letters and numbers COVID-19. This hideous virus has changed our …

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Racism In the Church

Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” –Mark Twain When the regional headquarters for our denomination asked me …

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Nurture Your Leaders

Say It Well …  It’s not uncommon for churches to be so focused on winning people from “outside” their walls that they fail to fully …

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A Place to Grow

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is one of many Christian denominations. The name comes from the observance of the seventh-day Sabbath and a belief in the …

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The Remedy

Boy crying

The antidote for sin is not hell. The remedy for sin is not the destruction of sinners. The cure is the long suffering patience of …

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