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The Grind: Learning to Love God at Work (Adulting #1)

I was four and a half years into the grind of my second undergraduate degree when I heard God’s call: “Join me in the greatest life purpose of all: following me, and encouraging others to do the same.” Woah, God, woah. I was more than 40K (GBP) in debt and still had...

The Sanctuary and Salvation (Adventism #1)

The doctrine of the heavenly sanctuary is foundational to Seventh-day Adventism. But many Adventists would probably find it hard to explain what practical difference this teaching makes in their lives. Does it indeed make a difference? I would like to share with you...

Making Decisions With Eternity In Mind (Adulting #6)

Making decisions is difficult. Period. However, in the second post in the series ‘The Lifework’, Jana helps us through thinking about our life choices in a way that puts God at the very centre! The Lifework : Making the Choice. To make a choice has always been one of...

On My Bedside Table : An Introduction.

Though God’s Word should be the main focus of our diet, since it alone can satisfy the soul, wider reading can still teach us something in our spiritual walk. We want to find books that expand our hearts and minds, that challenge us to think in ways we’ve never thought before and that help us better make Jesus first, best and last.

Adventism’s Greatest Need | On My Bedside Table#7

On My Bedside Table is a book review series that wants to make sure that the best books are read over and over again. Adventism's Greatest Need, Ron Clouzet (2011). From reading the title I expected Adventism's Greatest Need to contain some profound, if not life...

Total Truth | On My Bedside Table #1

Total Truth: Liberating Christianity from Its Cultural Captivity, Nancy Pearcey (2004). It’s not a difficult book, but it does deal with abstracts that lie at the foundation of culture and society. This is why I keep coming back to re-read this work by philosopher and...

Pitfalls #3: Delaying to Respond to Conviction

The urgent necessity of responding to conviction directly applies to the unconverted heart, to those who have not yet decided to be Christians. But the voice of conviction does not cease its work once the soul has decided to accept Christ. The decision to follow...

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