The Called, the Chosen, and the Faithful
“Smart, quiet, White people”—this is the stereotype of many Asian-Americans. Our parents left their motherlands, waved goodbye to their... read more
In a world filled with many cultures, creeds, colors, and conflicts, one might wonder how Jesus can be introduced to the billions living without... read more
What is Lent?
What is Lent? And should Adventists observe this religious event?
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"Lent is a solemn religious observance in the liturgical calendar... read more
Four Tips On How to Spread the Good News
Our job as Christians is not only to love one another, as Jesus commanded, but also to spread the good news of the salvation we have received... read more
Time for a Change?
Reprint from April 2003
The longer I am a Christian, the more I realize that risk-taking is central to growth, both as individuals and as a... read more
The Problem with Social Fellowship Utopia
One of the most shocking data I’ve gleaned recently is how many of our young adults that enjoyed great fellowship in churches near our Adventist... read more
Every man, at one point in his life, takes up weight lifting. For some, like myself, it’s a passing phase. You take it up for a few months before... read more
Marriage in Heaven?
Are we going to have disagreement and conflict in heaven? The Bible says that there is no marriage in heaven, but are we going to stay married... read more
Confess Past Sins?
What does the Bible say we should do about past sins? And how should we distinguish between private sins from public sins? And how should we... read more
Ever “In for It” or “In It For Ever?”
There is nothing fundamentally more important to society than healthy families, and at the center of every healthy family is a healthy marriage.... read more