Interview with David Williams: 17th Annual Andrews University Music & Worship Conference February 13-15, 2020: “God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music”

Interview with David Williams: 17th Annual Andrews University Music & Worship Conference February 13-15, 2020: “God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music”

“God’s Love and the Heart of Adventist Worship & Music” is an interesting title! Tell us more about it and why it was chosen for this year. Well, a few things. It’s circumstantial – the date that we chose is over Valentine’s Day. And while this is also a beautiful liturgical theme, people might just be thinking about love on February 14. I was

Charlottesville, the Border Wall, and the Third Angels Message: Part 2

Charlottesville, the Border Wall, and the Third Angels Message: Part 2

Justice to the Stranger   The Old Testament, in particular, is filled with admonitions against oppressing and committing injustice against strangers—those who today we would call immigrants.  The law of Moses was exceedingly clear on this point, in such passages as the following:   Thou shalt neither vex a stranger nor oppress him: for ye

A Vision of Diversity

A Vision of Diversity

One with the Church Above For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named. Ephesians 3:14, 15. The church of God upon the earth is one with the church of God above. Believers on the earth, and those who have never fallen in heaven, are one church. Every heavenly intellige

Annual Council: The Elephant Is in the Room

Annual Council: The Elephant Is in the Room

With the completion of day one of the LEAD (Leadership Education And Development) Conference, which is dealing with cross-cultural communications, leaders of our church left the General Conference headquarters with smiles. They took a long and often humorous look at the issues that arise when people from different cultures try to communicate. They