Tuesday, January 19 2021 - 1:17 AM

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Pacific Southwest

Rich DuBose

Rich DuBose
writes from the Pacific Union Conference, Westlake Village, California.

Would We Have Marched?

to shown Jerusalem

When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey with crowds marching along, waving palm branches and singing hosanna to the highest, would you and I …

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Evangelism Now

to depict church and evangelism during Covid-19

Evangelism is a threat to the status quo! It represents an individual and corporate effort to neutralize evil by introducing hope into an otherwise hopeless …

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Evangelism Resources

Man reading from Bible

The world has dramatically changed since Jesus directed His followers to carry the gospel to all the world, but people are basically the same. People …

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Live Streaming Worship

During COVID-19, if your church “live streams” its worship services, you are fortunate to be able to attend your home church while its physical services …

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Nurture Your Leaders

Say It Well …  It’s not uncommon for churches to be so focused on winning people from “outside” their walls that they fail to fully …

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A Place to Grow

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is one of many Christian denominations. The name comes from the observance of the seventh-day Sabbath and a belief in the …

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Gossip

Two pastor drinking root beer

Pastors Bill Bossert and Brandon Kharns illustrate the importance of guarding our words when it comes to talking critically of others. Proverbs 16:28 says, “A troublemaker plants …

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The Tipping Point

When does a church transition from being an impersonal institution that simply “plays” church, to one that is community focused, compassionate and transformative? The members …

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Noise In Church

Is your church child-friendly? You may assume they are, but how well do they tolerate disruptive children? Are they viewed as a nuisance, or as …

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