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Ed Brehm

Growing up in the church was a positive experience.  A whole church of saints you knew by first and last names.  Summer time brought camp meeting flyers in the mail ...

Kent Knight

Principle #2: Participants Seek Unity on the Basis of Inspired Truth Rather than Cultural Compromise

I wish there wasn’t a need to call attention to and urge acceptance of the ...

Janet Lundeen Neumann

Across 155 years, Seventh-day Adventists have seen many efforts to weaken the pillars of our faith — a foundation built upon the Holy Scriptures and affirmed in the writings of ...

Holly Joers

Have you ever despaired over the ever-increasing apostasy in God's remnant church? Have you seen godly members and leaders slandered and unfairly treated, and wondered what to do? You are ...

Kent Knight

Unity: Optional or Mandatory?

Early on, in the formative days of World Church Affirmation Sabbath, its lay-led founders saw the usefulness in articulating the reasons for its existence in what ...

WCAS Editors

WCAS editors have chosen to reprint in its entirety "An Invitation to Uplift Jesus," a statement from the General Conference Executive Leadership and Division Presidents, April 11, 2018
 
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