Last Day Focus

2020 Vision: Last Day Focus

Sabbath, May 30, 2020 - 3 pm

Join us for our next World Church Affirmation Sabbath when we will have topics:

  • Look for the Waymarks
  • False Seers
  • We would see Jesus

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World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) is a gathering, organized by lay members, to affirm the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a world church and for fellowship, encouragement, and education.

 

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Kent Knight

Principle #4: Participants learn Protestant biblical interpretation—the historical-grammatical method.

Imagine no “hot potato” issues in the Seventh-day Adventist Church to wreak havoc and disunity.  In this brief consideration of Protestant ...

Belinda Lowry - Lay Advisory Committee Member Upper Columbia Conference

The question has been asked, “Why does World Church Affirmation Sabbath exist?”  That is a very good question and one that needs to be answered.  In order to answer this ...

Ed Brehm

I would have been deceived had I not grown up in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.  It is not hard these days to follow the Roman Catholic Church.   Daily the world ...

Kent Knight

Principle #3: Participants Uphold God’s Purpose for Church Organization and for Pressing Together Rather than Separation

Supporters of World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) occasionally find themselves engaged in conversation with ...

Holly Joers

I have been so blessed to be involved in World Church Affirmation Sabbath. Most call it “Waucus” (rhymes with caucus) but for me it has been a nudging “Wake Us!” ...

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 ...