Ambassadors – GYC 365 Days a Year

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Fourteen years ago, a group of young college students came together and began praying for God’s guidance as they planned the first GYC conference. Today it has become one of the largest youth movements in Adventism, and has inspired thousands to reclaim their Adventist identity and become involved in ministry and mission around the world. For the current GYC executive …

Be of Good Courage, GYC!

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid or dismayed. For the Lord thy God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9). Today, Christians are in the midst of a fierce battle, the battle between good and evil — and this battle is for a heavenly kingdom and eternal glory. God has …

The Art of Listening

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

It’s often been said that you can’t learn from speaking– only by listening. Listening is a valuable skill to have whether you’re talking with a friend, sitting in a classroom, or interacting with people at work. For me, it’s an essential part of my nursing career. A couple days ago I got to work late after snoozing my alarm one …

Snapshots of the World

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

“I think someone famous might be in town,” conjectured my friend Ryan as we pulled to the side of the road and watched a fleet of police vehicles race past our car. Further up the street, a cluster of people began to form and trickle into a blocked off intersection. “Maybe it’s the president . . . or Trump. That’d …

Identity

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

  In today’s world, identity is everything. Who you are and what you stand for determines the way you are perceived and often can decide the trajectory of your life—unless something steps in to change that. In different circles and to different people, we all have different identities. To our bosses we are employees; to our friends we are a …

His Love as Seen in Rwanda

admin Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Fifteen days, seventeen sermons, two thousand sites, and thousands of dedicated, ordinary people inspired by their love for God and passion for His people. That is how the Gospel transformed every corner of Rwanda and the Holy spirit was poured out in abundance. During the month of May, the General Conference led a very unique mission in the small country …

Thoughts on Manhood from the Hijab

Uncategorized 3 Comments

The original version of this post originally appeared on the author’s blog, where he writes about Biblical views on relationships and manhood. Have you ever studied the practice of veiling among Muslim women? In the United States, many believe that the hijab, most commonly known form of veiling, functions to oppress women; that the veil is a symbol of the subordination and backwardness of …