Do You Really Need What You Want?
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus says: “ ‘Do not worry about your life’ ” (Matt. 6:25, NIV). This phrase pronounced by Jesus is an imperative, indicating that His followers are constrained to obey this command. It is an obligation.
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Jimmy's Ninth Birthday Gift
It was Jimmy’s ninth birthday. The living room was packed with his friends, who sang and played all kinds of games.
Always Run To Finish
Jesus is the planned gift that God gave even before our world was created, even before there was the need for saving our world from sin.
During the “God First” stewardship initiative in ECD, we visited Magura SDA Church where Abraham Laizer counted his cows for tithe and offerings for 2018.
A Matter Of The Heart
For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” So declared Jesus in Matthew 6:21. This is a precept that has stood the test of time, not only in spiritual matters, but also in every aspect of life.
Missions Offerings: Questions & Answers
In 1885, almost 32 years after the organization of the first Sabbath School, the Oakland, California, Sabbath School gave all its income for the first quarter to aid in the establishment of the Australian Mission.
How The Mission Offering Supports Missionaries
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has accepted the gospel commission given by Jesus Christ to take the gospel “to every nation, kindred, tongue and people” (Matt. 28:18-20), and everyone who becomes a member automatically becomes a missionary in carrying out this mandate.
Supporting Mission In The Early Church
The biblical book, Acts of the Apostles, stands as our major source of information about the first steps of the Christian church and how thousands of new believers were converted every day.
Partners With Our Own Means
How relevant is any discussion about partnering in God’s mission? The God of the Bible is Omnipotent, and He declares Himself as the Owner of everything (Ps. 24:1, 2).
An Imposter Adventist Stewardship Director
When I explained that I work in the world church’s administrative offices and travel a great deal, their eyes couldn’t hide their frustration with that kind of second-class ministry.
Thanks and Welcome
This issue, “Mission: Forward and Stronger,” marks a change in the Dynamic Steward editor’s chair.