It was 1903, and Kenya was a mission field yet un-entered by the Adventist Church. That is, until two pastors and their families came from the United States and Malawi, respectively, and settled alongside Lake Victoria.
A financial consultant firm with which I work has developed a concept of life-time capital. Simply put, the idea is that early in life we have a life-time of vigor ‘wealth,’ but we are very short
on other more tangible assets.
Isn’t true that most of us use the adjective “holy” exclusively for the 10 percent tithe, and not for offerings? The word “holy” conveys the idea of sacred, set apart, and mandatory. As faithful Seventh-day Adventists, we are prone to respect and honor what is declared to be holy. Are offerings holy? Read more…