We are now living in one of the fastest periods of change in history and the local Seventh-day Adventist church is in danger of becoming irrelevant, even outdated. Based on his teaching, ministry and evangelism experience and on his research, Dr Kayle de Waal explains what we have to do to not only make the church grow but to make it part of a multiplying movement.
Avondale alumni and academics fill eight of the top 20 places on a list of bestsellers through Adventist Book Centres in Australia and New Zealand.
There is no grander theme, no better event, no deeper doctrine to reflect upon than the singular event that defines all of human history: the cross of Christ and the Christ of the cross.
Books by two academics at Avondale College of Higher Education are selling strongly both in Australia and now overseas.
A one-day symposium with Avondale Seminary head Dr Kayle de Waal, exploring the history of salvation through an Old Testament analysis of Revelation.
As a lecturer, Dr Kayle de Waal brought the scholarly into the spiritual and the practical into the academic. I read Ancient Words, Present Hope with this in mind and to my delight found de Waal’s writing no different.