• How to live Life to the fullest?

    STUDIES found in the book « The Blue Zone » by Dan Buettner, states that 90% of health and longevity is determined by lifestyle. Dan Buettner is an explorer, National Geographic Fellow, award-winning journalist and producer, and a New York Times bestselling author. He discovered the five places in the

  • Call for Peace

    Pastoral Statement Our pastoral team stands by the public statements of our world church and its regional institutions in their continual call for peace and justice: https://www.adventist.org/articles/call-for-peace/ https://adventistregionalministries.org/statement-from-the-seventh-day-adventist-regional-presidents-council-regarding-the-death-of-george-floyd/ We feel the pain of those mourning and suffer with all victims of racial and social injustice. We constantly call for justice

  • Are the dead really dead?

    Death just might be one of the most misunderstood subjects today. For many, death is shrouded in mystery and evokes dread, uncertainty, and hopelessness. Others believe that their deceased loved ones are not dead at all, but instead live with them or in other realms. Millions are confused about the

  • How to transpose God’s Biblical principles to our culture?

    As we mature in Christ and in the knowledge of His Word, as social distancing affords more time for personal Bible studies, an important question to ask is: How do we transpose to our modern-day culture, principles that are wrapped up in old cultural norms? By principles, I mean, “What does God want

  • God in the midst of Chaos

    As we work our way through the Covid-19 pandemic, we are flooded with multiple sources of fake news, conspiracy theories, political maneuvers and evidences of panic, frustration, fear, protests, and even defiance of simple common sense. We are living in a world where the global economy has come almost to

  • Do I believe in something that doesn’t exist?

    Changing the Sabbath The Scriptures tell us that the Sabbath is to be observed on the seventh day, which is Saturday. However, Protestants today cling to Sunday as their day of worship. The Catholic Church claims that they are responsible for the change of the Sabbath. Author John Ley tells

  • Be not shaken!

    Dear Friends, We are having a foretaste of critical times during this present COVID-19 pandemic. It is crucial that our wants and desires do not outweigh our prudence and responsibility. We must be a part of the solution and not a part of the problem. Faith is reasonable! We don’t drink poison willfully and

  • Can we trust God during the Nominating Process?

    Introduction On one hand, the Nominating process in a local church can be a very calm, democratic, fair and highly spiritual occasion of trust and confidence in God’s leading through the unknown. On the other hand, it can be a very tense, highly politicized and emotionally disruptive period which often

  • The Killer “You”

    We have often heard about the killer « you » word in communication. The accusing, blaming, faultfinding « you »! « You » caused the floor mat to get wet! « You » did not close the window! « You » left the front door opened! « You » did

  • Riding Through The “Storm”

    It has been a long week! Its time to rest and enjoy the breeze of the evening. You brush off your favorite spot on the sofa, tuck the cushion in, get yourself a glass of lemonade, pick up a book to read and you make your steps to the beautiful