Practical, inspirational resources to help you grow
In this inspiring article Pavel Goia shares lessons he learned from a woman he met in Cuba. Her love for Jesus, her joy, her sacrifice will inspire every reader and begs us to ask the question, "What are we doing with what we've been given? How are we practically living out our Christianity?"
What is the will of God? What pleases God most? Listen to this inspiring message as Jonas Arrais opens the Word of God and shows what it means to bring pleasure to the heart of God. There is so much beauty in the simple truths of Scripture, and after you hear this message, you will want to spend more time meditating on these passages.
How do you relate to the difficult people in your life? How do you handle the relational challenges that often come your way? How do you pray for and minister to those who seem to always be causing grief and frustration? In this practical and thought provoking article, Frank Hasel turns things around to help us gain a new perspective on God's love for us. Be challenged, and be blessed!
In this short inspiring video we share Ilie and Lidia’s testimony, on how they came to learn more Bible truths through the programs aired on Adventist World Radio in Romania. There was much division in their family, but now through the power of the Holy Spirit, they are united in the Lord as they wait the soon return of Jesus.
Today there are more than 65 million people—men, women and children, who have fled their homes due to war, lack of food or violence. They are migrants, refugees and internally displaced people. These precious people have endured the worst of humanity. During this episode of Revival for Mission, we will look at some of the stories of those on the front lines and how Seventh-day Adventists are working in different parts of the world to alleviate some of the suffering and minister for Jesus.
In the beginning, God covered the ground with only beautiful plants. Plants that were good for food and pleasing to the eye. It was only after sin came into the world, that the ground was cursed with thorns, thistles, and poisonous plants. The Bible says the ground was cursed for man’s sake. But even in the curse, spiritual blessings would be found! Listen to Pastor Taj Pacleb share a deep spiritual lesson of life from the symbol of the thorny acacia trees of the Maasai Mara.
In this deep and insightful article, published by Perspective Digest, Ron Clouzet talks about the key to effective prayer, and how faith plays into the dynamics of true world altering prayer. We pray this article inspires your trust in the God who delights to answer our prayers.
In this sermon presented by HopeLives365, Pastor Mark Finley gives biblical truth and hope when you find yourself struggling with the Tough Times of life. Some time or another a mighty storm will blow across the landscape of our lives. Often storms surprise us with their suddenness. We have no choice when the storm will come, its intensity or its duration. We do have a choice of whether we focus on the storm or on the Master of the storm. May this message be an encouragement to you!
In this convicting message, David Shin shares personal testimonies as well as from the Bible as he talks about what true remorse looks like. As listeners will discover, the stark reality is that we cannot even have a heart of true remorse and repentance without the Holy Spirit. That's why we need to pray that God will show us our need, and open our hearts to Him. Let's ask Him to take us deeper!
Have you ever wondered how God’s work will be finished on this earth? How is it possible for the truth about Jesus and the gospel of His grace to be proclaimed to the ends of the earth so that Jesus can come soon? In this inspiring lesson, by Mark Finley, we will study how God will accomplish His mission in finishing His work. (This Bible study was originally published by the Adventist World, September 2012.)
In this insightful article Dr. Frank Hasel talks about the historical reliability of Scripture, as well as how to deal with difficult texts, and how we can ultimately trust God's Word despite the discrepancies and imperfections in Scripture that come as the result of human frailties. God's Word is tried and true, and we can depend upon it. This article comes to us from the Perspective Digest, a publication of the Adventist Theological Society.
In Testimonies to the Church Volume 8 page 77, Ellen White wrote: “The medical missionary work is to be to the work of the church as the right arm to the body.” She went on to state that “The medical missionary work is the gospel in practice.” Clearly, medical missionary work is important, but what is it and what are some practical ways you and I can get involved? This podcast will answer those questions.
Review & Herald, March 22, 1887 par. 1