Dr. Olive Hemmings delivers a sermon titled, “The Prophetic Promise of Sabbath” at Emmanuel Brinklow (Sept 2018).
The architecture is poignant and unforgettable.
Claudia Allen shares about a multi-day social justice training that she’ll be leading. Plus a surprise announcement.
Andrews University hosts interfaith event in solidarity with local Jewish community.
The APF is recruiting a new Treasurer. Maybe it could be you.
Pastor Daniel Xisto preaches about fasting as described in Isaiah 58.
Divisions in the world and in religious circles call for reflection.
When drafted, James Wagner followed his convictions regarding killing and observing the Sabbath. What would I do?
When remember the end of WWI, we also remember those who refused to kill.
Adam Wamack describes ADRA Connections, short-term volunteer program hosted by ADRA International
Michelle Sawwan shares about her peace studies program, her research in Lebanon, and her spiritual journey in peace themes.
Kristie Wilder and Lucas Patterson discuss two academic summer camps for high school students at Southern Adventist University—”Women and Minorities in Civic Engagement” and “Social Work and Missions.”
René Drumm and Melissa Ponce Rodas share about their research on domestic abuse, or intimate partner violence, within Adventism. They also highlight denominational efforts to end such violence.
Nathan Brown shares about his book Engage: Faith That Matters.
Todd Stout (head pastor), Nicholas Zork (worship pastor), and Brooke Pierce (peace ministry coordinator) share about their work pursuing peace and justice in New York City.
The second half of a conversation on Dr. King’s legacy 50 years after his assassination.
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