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Modern Spiritualism

November 27, 2013


Author: Ken Lytle I just came across an article on The Christian Post website that talks about how a deceased nine year old child was seen in a photo watching over a family member.  It is truly amazing that people are believing the devil’s lies about what happens when you die.  This is a great […]

The Sufficiency of Faith

July 12, 2013


Author: Andrew Kerbs I heard a pastor make the statement once (I don’t remember who he was quoting) that made a powerful point so I share it with you here. “God is not waiting for the Seventh-day Adventist church to keep the Sabbath better, to widen and enrich its understanding of the sanctuary, to more […]

Pastor David Asscherick (Videos)

April 6, 2013


Here are a few more video clips of Pastor David sharing his testimony and Bible truth. Bonus Videos Share these videos with your family and friends.  Copy and paste this address to your e-mails or facebook page –>

Why I am an Adventist – David Asscherick

March 23, 2013


Here is a good video of Pastor David Asscherick talking about what it means to be an Adventist. . NEXT VIDEO: Lord, Solve Our Problems, But Save Our Pigs

Watch! The End is Near!!!

March 2, 2013


Author: Ken Lytle Happy Sabbath!  Here is the sermon I am preaching this morning.  FYI – I used parts of Amazing Facts’ Bible study on this subject which are not quoted. —————————————————— What happened on Thursday, Feb. 28?  Pope Benedict stepped down as the acting head of the Roman Catholic Church.  This is the first […]

The Lightning War

February 1, 2013


Author: Andrew Kerbs During the summer of 1939, Europe rested in a tentative peace. Concern over the growing power and aggression of the Nazi state in Germany left many nations on edge. The horrors of the Great War remained fresh in the minds of Europe. Two decades removed and the costs of war were still […]

Why the Judgment Matters

January 12, 2013


Author: Andrew Kerbs When I was growing up, my perception of the Investigative Judgment did nothing but spark anxiety and an unsettling fear of condemnation. I am only twenty-three years old, and I have already seen many Seventh-day Adventists dispute, reject, and walk away from the message of the sanctuary and Christ’s work therein. For […]