Internationally-known Christian radio interviewer Chris Arnzen recently interviewed Dr. Desmond Ford on Arnzen’s Iron Sharpens Iron radio program. Ford is the well-known and controversial Adventist Bible scholar and gospel evangelist who has retired in his native Australia. You can hear the interview here.
Who would have imagined 25 years ago that a dream to provide a source for independent journalism and innovative ministry resources would bring us to this time of reflection and gratitude for all that has been accomplished through God’s providence and a lot of people committed to this cause. You are invited to a Sabbath […]
February 19 through 21 the denomination’s North American Division (NAD) evangelism visioning and leadership team is meeting and will be live-streamed on Facebook. You can listen in as NAD leaders, local pastors and institutional leaders talk about ways to collaborate to reach, retain and reclaim the people of North America with Christ’s mission and message […]
13 January 2018 | Ted Baehr, an accomplished critic, educator, lecturer, media pundit, and founder of Movieguide, will speak at Loma Linda University on Saturday afternoon at 3:00 pm on January 13, 2018 (6 pm Eastern). Event will take place in the Damazo Amphitheater of Centennial Complex on the Loma Linda University campus, and will […]
From News Release | 12 January 2018 | The Adventist student group on the New Paltz campus of the State University of New York (SUNY) will sponsor a conference on Evolution/Creation on May 5, 2018. New Paltz is a northern suburb of New York City across the Hudson River from Poughkeepsie. The Adventist campus ministry […]
The following passages have been excerpted from Adventist Today’s new book just released this week, and shared with you as devotional reading. May God bless you personally, as much as God has blessed Adventist Today abundantly in 2017. “A.J. Cronin’s son, who was studying medicine at McGill University, told him the story of a patient […]
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Each quarter, Adventist Today publishes a journal on a particular topic. Here’s an article from our Summer 2017 issue. If you’d like to receive our quarterly journal, click here. In the meantime, enjoy this article by Adventist Today Executive Editor Loren Seibold. To comment, click here.
For six years Debbonnaire Kovacs has served as Feature Editor and editor of the Poetry and the Arts section of Adventist Today. She wrote a human interest story each week, usually a devotional piece as well and looked for news about Adventists in the arts, as well as interacted with Adventist poets, musicians, writers, photographers […]
Dr. George R. Knight is probably the best known historian of the Adventist movement. He has written many books and retired more than a decade ago after a long tenure on the faculty of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. In June this year Adventist Today published an article by Knight entitled “9.5 […]
September 11, 2017: Sixteen years later, Americans remember that tragic day. On the evening of September 11, 2001, members of a small church in Ohio met to grieve, pray and wrestle with the questions that focus on why did God allow this and what does it mean. Pastor Loren Seibold shared in a […]
The news and commentary provided by Adventist Today on the 2017 Unity Conference have been gathered together in a book. Both eBook and paperback editions are available from Amazon. The cost is minimal. It includes all of the on-site reports by Loren Seibold, executive editor of Adventist Today, and several opinion articles. An additional chapter […]