They Heard  a Voice

by Sam Leonor

This article is adapted from one of seven presentations at The One Project in Atlanta, February 7, 8—Editors

The earliest record of Adventist history is in Genesis 1. The supremacy and authority of Jesus is evident in the Creation story. He spoke, “Let there be light,” and the result was immediate—there was light. The Creation story begins and ends with His voice. “Then God blessed them, and God said to them, ‘Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth’” (Genesis 1:28, NKJV).  And here we are. . .  Read More.

Trusting God, Washing Feet

by Lisa Clark-Diller

This article is adapted from one of the presentations at The One Project in Newcastle—Editors

Hate is an ugly word. I have hated someone. Not a big epic hatred, but one of those ugly, small, mundane, ordinary hates. It could be a juicy story. We could have a little moment here where I tell you all about it.  And I am sure that you would be just as outraged as I am, and be advocating for me. Either that or realize how small and petty I am. But let’s not get distracted with the details here. There are no innocent people in that story, even though I really felt very justified in my loathing. . .  Read More.