Read for This Week’s Study : Zeph. 1:14-18 , Joel 2:1-11 , Zeph
Morris quoted week’s memory verse during swearing-in ceremony May 23, 2013 Kingston, Jamaica Nigel Coke Floyd Morris made history in Jamaica’s Parliament last week when he became the first visually impaired person appointed president of the Jamaican Senate, Parliament’s upper house. Floyd Morris is the first blind president of the Jamaican Senate
Read Habakkuk 3 . Image © Janet Hyun from GoodSalt.com What is Habakkuk doing there, and why is that so important, especially given the tough circumstances and difficult questions he is facing? Habakkuk expresses his acceptance of God’s ways in a prayer set to music ( Hab
In Habakkuk 1:12-17 , God’s answer to Habakkuk’s questions poses an even more vexing question: Image © Rolf Jansson from GoodSalt.com can a righteous God use the wicked to punish those who are more righteous than they? Habakkuk’s question in verse 17 had to do with divine justice.
Read for This Week’s Study : Hab. 1:1-17 , 2:2-4 , Gal
“If Jerusalem had known what it was her privilege to know, and had heeded the light which Heaven had sent her, she might have stood forth in the pride of prosperity, the queen of kingdoms, free in the strength of her God-given power.
A new literacy and numeracy textbook by two Avondale lecturers is helping students improve their skills and their understanding of how to support those they teach.
Pending expected decision on theology of ordination at next General Conference session May 14, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff Seventh-day Adventist church officials in Denmark voted this week to halt the ordination of all new ministers until the General Conference Session in July 2015. Going forward, the church’s Danish Union “will not distinguish between genders when appointing pastors, and wishes to see equality between genders in all areas of responsibility,” a statement voted at the union’s May 12 session said. Delegates to the Adventist Church’s Danish Union vote on May 12 to halt all ministerial ordination until 2015, when the General Conference Session could take action on the findings of the Theology of Ordination Study Committee.