Do You Believe the Hype?

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June 10, 2017

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Am I An Adventist?

June 10, 2017

Are you proud to be a Seventh-day Adventist!? Do you claim to carry Christ’s banner with limited pride? Let's dive deeper than our peripheral lifestyle beliefs, and into our Gospel-centered message to learn who God is.

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Second Advent

June 17, 2017

When considering the second advent, we should understand it is not a way of escape but it is about the culmination of an internal friendship. This friendship starts now and will continue to build up to this event and grow stronger through eternity.

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Law = Freedom

June 24, 2017

There is a common theme with laws: laws are made to keep people safe. Laws are instituted to protect lives. This is good news. And even though we often push the limits of those laws, they serve a good purpose. Could this be the same for God’s laws? Could it be that our God, who knows what will keep us safe and truly happy, established life principles, or laws, so that we could live safer and happier lives?

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Sabbath - Why & How?

July 1, 2017

 It is no mystery, that God gives gifts of time. The end of our tainted history here on Earth will culminate with unlimited time: everlasting life. But until that great climax of sinful human history, God gave us glimpses of eternal life via smaller gifts of time called Sabbaths. These holy days were set aside to remind us that God has a better plan for our lives.

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Two Covenants

July 8, 2017

Fruit trees evolve from a seed or bulb, to a growing tree, and then to a full grown tree that bears fruit. Though the tree has changed, it still has the same DNA. When a frog finaly transforms from a swimming tadpole, its appearance and abilities are vastly different, but it's genes have not changed. Let's dive in, to understand if this process is more similar to what the Biblical authors meant by the “old and new covenants”.

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State of Dead and Hell

July 22, 2017

Most of Christianity is claiming that they have an eternally loving God that also will eternally burn and torture people that disobey Him.  This is what theologian Francis Chan (who wrote a whole book about the validity of a torturing hell:  Erasing Hell) called “divine justice”.  But is this the God we serve?  Is He a God that loves us yet has a lingering whipping stick above us whenever to keep us in line?

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