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A weekly discussion of the Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath School lesson based on the Adult Sabbath School Quarterly and driven by always asking, "What does this say about God?" (and by having a commitment that each person can and should discover the truth for himself or herself). This is the standard quality mp3 feed.
 
With a passion and zeal for a lost and hurting world, the Middletown Seventh-day Adventist Church is looking for ways to build bridges to a secular society through relationships. We aim to take a different approach in reaching out and helping people along their journey. We stress the importance of healthy relationships and cultural relevancy to communicate the gospel message. For these reasons we believe it is by investing time and energy in becoming a healthy community of faith that God’s c ...
 
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Colleen Tinker and Nikki Stevenson

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Friends Colleen Tinker and Nikki Stevenson sip coffee and talk about life after Adventism. They discuss their journey to truth including eating pork, going to church on Sunday, and learning to trust the real Jesus. (Music © 2010 Nathanael Tinker. Used by permission.)
 
Our goal is to foster community through conversation. This podcast is a companion to Spectrum, a journal established to encourage Seventh-day Adventist participation in the discussion of contemporary issues from a Christian viewpoint, to look without prejudice at all sides of a subject, to evaluate the merits of diverse views, and to foster intellectual and cultural growth. For more, go to: https://spectrummagazine.org/
 
Sabbath School is perhaps the most communal and participatory element of a regular Seventh-day Adventist church event (after foot-washing), but social distancing has us all isolated at home. This is a weekly Sabbath School styled conversation on Biblical themes and passages. Join in the conversation by writing comments/questions to sabbathschoolfromhome@gmail.com .
 
GraceNotes is a weekly publication of Bill Knott, Editor/Executive Publisher of Adventist Review/Adventist World magazines.. Take the opportunity to share a favorite GraceNote from this page with someone you're praying for, or someone who simply needs to hear the good news of God's unfailing love.
 
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In preparation for our upcoming small group series in 1st and 2nd Peter, we'll be looking at various themes such as who God is, how do we handle authority, to better understand what God expects from us, and be better equipped for a journey in faith. Downey Adventist Church Sermon Know Pain Know Gain series The Backstory Bill Aumack 01 Oct. 2022 www…
 
Brunswick Seventh-Day Adventist Church October 1, 2022 This week’s message: Repairing the Breach, pt 3. This week TJ and I will dive into part three of our ‘sub-series’ on the Sabbath. As you know, this three part series is one small piece of a larger series of messages exploring the implications for today’s church of the message in Isaiah 58. In t…
 
Michael Campbell joins Matthew Lucio and Kevin Burton and together they visit the Seventh Day Baptist General Conference and chat with Rev. Nicholas J. Kersten, director of education and history, about the intersections between SDA and SDB history. Hilarity ensues. NOTE: This same episode can also be found in the Adventist History Extra podcast. Wh…
 
In Part 1, we looked at how God chose ancient Israel to a blessing to all nations and the ways they fulfilled and failed this mission. In part 2, we explore how God interacted with other ancient people groups such as the Canaanites, Babylonians, and Medo-Persians. Were they just pawns in God’s agenda? What is God’s purpose for all nations?…
 
Moe Stiles & Nathan Brown discuss the UN and other organizations active in the area of human rights, indigenous rights, colonization, faith-based activism, nonviolence, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Article 22 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. https://traffic.libsyn.com/adventistpeace/APR092_MN24.mp3 In March, 2021, Nathan and Moe commenced …
 
Ernesto Herrera, a music student at La Sierra University, talks about how he went from creating music in Cuba to the USA. We discuss how his Adventist faith, cultural heritage, and interest in mixing the sacred and secular inspires his art. In this special podcast, we also mix in several of his compositions, sung by the Brigham Young University sin…
 
When we’ve tried every other way, we give ourselves—with sighs—to grace. We miss its beauty and its joy because we save it as our last resort, a life ring for the drowning.We strive as though the goal was to use as little of God’s grace as possible, like salt on vegetables, or gas when heating homes.But Jesus wants our joy “full-filled”: abundance …
 
This section of Philippians draws on the history of the people of Israel and points the current people of God to a hope-filled future. Using metaphors of work and sports, perspective and team work, the people of God are called to lift up their eyes and see their higher calling: shine like stars! What does this look like in our lives, as we now “wor…
 
In episode 81, welcome back Michael Campbell and discuss his new book released at the beginning of 2022, 1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism. This book will unpack the rise of Adventist fundamentalism and the 1922 General Conference Session. Show Notes/Links/Resources Book—1922: The Rise of Adventist Fundamentalism by Michael Campbell Advent…
 
Summary: Adventists took the call to go into all the world seriously--even as they were deeply concerned about the world rubbing off on them. In this episode, Matthew takes us on a tour to see how Adventism is doing around the world in the late 1950s/early 1960s as we get ready to dive into one of the most tumultuous decades in modern Western histo…
 
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