“Community: One Purpose, One God, One Hope” Devotion by Ankur Singh Vesper Service: May 17, 2013
Photo: Studiomill I have to admit that I often feel heavily weighted with the responsibility of my role as a parent. God has entrusted me with the enormous task of leading my children to Him. He created them and then placed them in my care to train them up in the way that they should go (Proverbs 22:6) though, honestly, some days I’m not even certain of the way I should go, let alone them
Photo: Dreamstime As we turned off the mountain road onto a small graveled road, there they were; five of the tiniest kittens: two black, two black and white, and a beautiful silver one. We inquired at the homes of two families nearby and learned that they had been dropped off a few days prior and had stayed put in the same place (as if waiting for help).
“Love God and Your Neighbor” Devotion by Bliss Singh Vesper Service: March 8, 2013
Photo: Billy Gadbury Ever wonder what love looks like? We see different pictures of love in the media: a puppy with a bright red ribbon around his neck, or a father holding his newborn baby, or a man giving a smiling lady a big diamond in a commercial. These are some of the many different faces of love the media paints for us, but it’s still not what love really looks like. Here’s a picture of what loves doesn’t look like. Imagine a very attractive woman walking along, with soft flowing hair and a beautiful smile on her face. She’s in the prime of health and life. She’s singing of her love for God, and everything about her exudes her love for her Creator
Image © Krieg Barrie from GoodSalt.com Once upon a time, the world happened, possibly with the help of some Higher Being.
Article by: Lucian Mihailescu Intercer History In early June 2013 Intercer will celebrate 16 years of activity! Intercer started as the first created Romanian Adventist website, and today Intercer has a network of biblical websites continuing to be the most popular Romanian Adventist website, with a monthly average of 60,000 unique visitors. Intercer activity started from zero in [...]