Practical, inspirational resources to help you grow
In this short video, Jerry Page shares some of his personal testimony of how God rescued him from being a rebellious and wild teen to a passionate follow of Christ. Now Jerry works as Ministerial Secretary for the General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist. What amazing things God has done!
In this three part audio series, Jerry and Janet Page share some of their personal experiences as they talk about how to cultivate a vibrant prayer life, a prayer life that will help your relationship thrive both with God and with those around you. Grab a pen and notebook, and sit down prepared for a blessing!
Once a year the Ellen G. White Estate shares materials for a special Sabbath to promote the Spirit of Prophecy and our Adventist Heritage. This year, that Sabbath is October 20th, 2018. However, the following sermon, written by Alberto Timm, Associate Director of the Ellen G. White Estate, is sure to be a blessing to your church, whenever you choose to share it!
In this part 7 of the "United Prayer Works" series, we find what it's like to be at complete peace in your walk with God. Peter is scheduled to be executed the next day, but he's sleeping peacefully between his guards. And then the unthinkable happens... an angel comes from heaven to rescue him. May this short video be a reminder of the God who brings peace even in the midst of our storms.
Faith and optimism—two simple words that can change you, your church, and your future. A positive, healthy attitude based on hope and faith is the number one human ingredient in church growth. In this inspiring article produced by Ministry Magazine (Dec. 2012), author and pastor Joseph Kidder shares real life examples that will challenge your thinking paradigm in leadership.
Happy Sabbath Praise
“God would have His servants become acquainted with the moral machinery of their own hearts,” we are told from the pen of Inspiration. This is what ethics for the invisible is about: understanding the moral machinery of our own hearts—who we are when no one sees but self and God. This inspiring but thought-provoking article, by Larry Lichtenwalter, is sure to challenge your thinking and living.
Jesus longed for His fledgling church to come together in purpose, harmony, and mission. Today, amid perhaps unprecedented polarization in the world, our nations, and our church, we too need to heed Jesus’ counsel to seek His Spirit and come together for mission, especially for the least of these. The task seems daunting and impossible in our humanity. That’s why we need to pray as never before for the miracle of healing and reconciliation that only God can bring.
Happy Sabbath Praise
Review & Herald, March 22, 1887 par. 1