Avondale alumna Julie Hoey reflects on her first experience as a member of a Signs Publishing Book Club.
A new discipleship book encouraging readers to transform church honours three “innovative” leaders who “cultivated creative thinking” in the ministry of an Avondale alumnus.
The follow up to an Avondale alumnus’ book about the life and ministry of Jesus explores His ongoing movement and mission while challenging the reader to write the next chapter of Acts.
Big round numbers seem to inordinately fascinate us, meaning we sometimes accord anniversaries more significance than they would otherwise merit. As such, the importance of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s “95 Theses” nailed to the door of the Wittenberg Church came more from the opportunity for re-examination and reflection than from the big number itself. A stand-out example of this opportunity taken: Here We Stand’s focus on the Reformation’s continuing significance for Seventh-day Adventists.
The best way to describe Okay, All Together Now . . . is as a collection of articles. Not essays, just simple articles, most of which only fill a couple of pages. But, oh, the content of those articles!
Sitting beside a hospital bed. Waiting. The morning busyness had subsided into a slower afternoon. Dad marked his 75th birthday with this unplanned but urgent visit to hospital. The place challenges me. We can care for the sick, even campaign for better health care and teach more healthful living, but as good and necessary as these things are, they seemingly end here or somewhere like it.