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Adventist Social Clubs/Churches

September 21, 2013

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Author: Ken Lytle Here is a very profound quote that should shake you to your spiritual core. “Mission is central to our identity.  Jesus did not create a church and then give it mission as one of its tasks.  The divine sending plan comes prior to the church.  Mission gives birth to the church and […]

You Are What You Eat

September 18, 2013

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Author: Ken Lytle I personally have been on a journey to lose weight over the last 12 months.  About a year ago I decided to get serious about getting back in shape.  I began cutting back on my calorie intake and exercising almost everyday.  To get started with my fitness program, I decided to begin jogging […]

New Adventist Identity

September 5, 2013

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Author: Ken Lytle The time has come for God’s end time, Adventist Church to create a new identity based on Scripture and the Spirit of Prophecy. As of now, we have a fragmented Church that is bouncing around like a pinball when it comes to theology and missiology.  Instead of holding our current Church leaders, […]

Church Divided

September 4, 2013

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Author: Ken Lytle As I view the current Seventh-day Adventist Church, I see a Church that is quickly becoming more and more divided.  The liberals are pushing pro-women’s ordination and homosexuality and the conservatives are stuck in the past, pushing for a return to the way things where done ages ago.   This growing divide […]

Adventism in Crisis

August 29, 2013

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Author: Ken Lytle The Adventist Church in North America is in crisis.  The devil has attacked us through extreme liberalism and conservatism and now we are a Church that has lost it’s spiritual, missional, and theological identity. Instead of focusing on equipping our church members to be modern-day disciples, we are catering to the itching […]

Wake Up Church

June 6, 2013

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What does it mean to be a Seventh-day Adventist Christian?  Being an Adventist church member in North America seems to consist mainly of going to church on Sabbath, maybe Sabbath School, maybe fellowship meal, and maybe a sporadic outreach or social event.   Our “social club” methodology in the current way we do church is producing […]

Ellen G. White and the Shaking of Hebrews 12

May 18, 2013

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Author: Marion R. Miller, B.A.T. Ellen White’s view of the Shaking of Hebrews 12 is quite nuanced. However, as one searches her writings a central theme seems to emerge: those who pray, confess their sins, and surrender their lives completely to God will not be shaken. On the other hand, those who are just following […]

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