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With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

previously published in July 2005 Nietzsche once said, “Freedom is the will to be responsible to ourselves.”  Freedom is not the absence of rules and regulations, but the capacity to exercise choice in deciding whose guidelines and principles to follow. ...  read more

May They Be One

previously published in July 2004 “I in them and you in me.  May they be brought to complete unity to let the world know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”  This is a passage taken from Jesus’ longest prayer found in John...  read more

CREATION Health: Trust

“I have come that you may live life to the fullest.” These are the words of Jesus to us from John 10:10. Just how can I live life to the fullest? Especially when we live in a world so polluted by humanity and sin. The answer is simple, yet many people miss...  read more

Called, but Not Qualified

Growing up in church, attending Christian schools, my childhood was engrossed in bible stories and lessons about God’s love for man and His grand plan to redeem us. From a young age, I always strove to have a personal relationship with the Lord in setting...  read more

All Things New

We were trying to figure out what to do for outreach. It was a beautiful day, a rare occasion for the stormy, cold and strangely snowy March we had this year. My friend Robin suggested that we take advantage of the good weather and go down to the park by...  read more

Art & Worship

previously published in May 2005 I have always perceived that there exists in the arts, a distinctively spiritual component. But unlike philosophy or modern theology which demand logical expression, art is that approach of expressing the existential and...  read more

Created to Create

previously published in May 2005 What is art? And who is the artist? As an individual who left the pastoral ‘arts’ to pursue the arts in new media, I’ll tell you what art is to me, and what it’s like to be a Christian artist. If you took an art class,...  read more

Interpersonal

What is an interpersonal relationship? No, it’s not a battleship from Rogue One. In today’s mire of social media’s instanta-snap-whack-a-friend, young millennials have not grown up with what we consider a “traditional” friendship. The human being has an...  read more

Who Exactly Are The Remnant?

previously published in April 2006 Do you accept and believe that the Seventh-day Adventist Church is the remnant church of Bible prophecy . . .”? If you’ve been baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church, this was part of the final question that you...  read more

Righteousness

I am a Seventh-Day Adventist Christian. For those outside of the church in my circle of influence, what does that mean? Is my Adventism identified simply by the day on which I attend church and the particular foods I do not eat? Sadly, for the majority of...  read more