The beards and dress-ups at the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Annual Council in historic Battle Creek were possibly worse publicity than the debate about preserving church authority. When we seek to revive an imagined “golden age” past, we tend to fit our version of the gospel around that same image.
An Avondale academic’s doctoral research has helped her prepare verbal and visual resources providing biblical instruction about Christian unity for Seventh-day Adventists this quarter.
Walter Brueggemann is an Old Testament theologian whose The Prophetic Imagination has sold more than one million copies, but this year marks the 40th anniversary of its initial publication. This remarkable work still speaks powerfully to the role of faith and imagination in responding to the cultural and political powers dominating our consciousness and actions.
Avondale’s giving campaign uses a phrase from founder Ellen White to seek support for research that improves lives, but where is the evidence?
Avondale’s giving campaign uses a phrase from founder Ellen White to seek support for research that improves lives, but what does this look like?
He is presenter and director of a television ministry and has worked as a pastor and chaplain, often counselling people and teaching classes on grief recovery. But everything Pr Mike Tucker had taught and recommended was put to the most extreme test when Gayle—his wife of 40 years—died just three months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.