“Race” and the Adventist Church

“Race” and the Adventist Church

Considering the place of notions of “race,” “ethnicity,” and “culture” in the Christian Church, and in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular, first calls for clarifications. It should be noted that these three notions, which are taken for granted, are all constructed in nature. Of all three, the term “culture” can perhaps be considered the

Adventists and Politics, Part 2: Partisan Politics and Public Service

Adventists and Politics, Part 2: Partisan Politics and Public Service

In Part 1 I drew three conclusions from inspired counsel on the subject of voting. These were: we are to cast our vote "on the side of temperance and virtue"; if we vote, "keep your voting to yourself. Do not feel it your duty to urge everyone to do as you do"; and we are to stand free from political strife and corruption. Having considered these p

Ellen White Resources for Youth

Ellen White Resources for Youth

There is a wide variety of Ellen White resources available for youth and young adults of every taste and interest. The resources below will help spark young people’s interest in Ellen White and her writings and assist parents/leaders in sharing this treasure with the next generation. Resources about Ellen White “Making Ellen White Teen-Friendly” an

100 Years Ago Today: Ellen G. White’s Funeral

100 Years Ago Today: Ellen G. White’s Funeral

When Ellen White died in July 1915, three funerals and a graveside service memorialized her life of ministry. An estimated 5,400 people attended these services. The first funeral was held July 18 on the lawn at her home in California, known as Elmshaven. A second was held the next day in Oakland, California. The third and largest service was held o