Bible writer Luke uses not only speech but also hand function to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, research by an Avondale doctoral graduate shows.
An Avondale seminarian’s book describing the local church as the future of Seventh-day Adventism is in its second printing only two months after launching. Mission Shift: Multiplying Disciples in Your Community by Avondale Seminary Head Dr Kayle de Waal has been well received by Adventist Church leaders, ministers and local …
An Avondale academic’s research for a worldwide study of two Bible books recasts an impetuous disciple as a loving leader of the early Christian church.
An Avondale seminarian’s new book describes the local church as the future of Seventh-day Adventism but issues this challenge: biblically reinvent or become irrelevant.
Avondale Seminarian Maciej Kuberek’s first trip overseas brought an opportunity he hadn’t anticipated—presenting his first evangelistic series.
“Jesus Hasn’t Come Yet.” Academic Dr Alden Thompson states the obvious in the first part of the title to this lecture but will then examine the difficult questions, “Why hasn’t Jesus come?” and, “What does this mean for Seventh-day Adventists?”