Church Meetings & Reports
Church Policy & Statements
Life & Culture
Millennial & Gen Z Voices
Arts & Essays
Art & Photography
Books & Magazines
Film, TV & Movies
Food & Recipes
Music & Poetry
Spirituality & Faith
Views: Life & Culture
February 22, 2019
Freedom Ride: Get on the Bus
In his February 9, 2019 sermon, Pastor Daniel Xisto of the Takoma Park SDA Church recounted the story of the Freedom Riders of 1961 who fought...
February 20, 2019
The Face of Poverty
In North America, there are varying degrees of poverty depicted in the faces of the men, women, and children we are surrounded with every day....
Carlton P. Byrd
North American Division
February 12, 2019
A Legacy of Empowerment
When I survey the history of the Bible, it’s obvious that God has always been active in the work of deliverance, liberation, and empowerment to those...
February 11, 2019
Spiritual Gifts in the Modern World
Even though Paul is diplomatic with his new members, not wanting to unnecessarily discourage or offend them, the point is obvious: the least...
February 07, 2019
Collard Greens, Fear, and Sex
Women have been taught that their sexuality is defined by their relationship to men. Instead, we should reprioritize and advance healthy ideas about...
February 04, 2019
Confessions of a Sugar Addict
What happens when an Adventist gives up sugar for a month?
January 24, 2019
Colonisation and Christianity: An...
This article will explore the process of colonisation and how it has interacted with Christianity. It will consider to what extent Christianity...
January 21, 2019
Conduits of Justice
As we reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. King during this weekend, let us remember that in order to call ourselves true, biblical peacemakers, we...
David F. Garner
January 21, 2019
The Eco-Friendly Life of Jesus Christ
Throughout the Old and New Testaments, we see a trend in which God's people are depicted as stewards of Creation. God did not give us this earth to...
John Ethan Hoffman
January 16, 2019
When Adventist Literature Wasn’t Enough
Reading revitalized me. Writing became my entire life. Through the pursuit of things that had variety and quality I gained a happiness I thought...
Chuck Scriven: “The God Who Won't...
Jonathan Butler: “A Report from the...
Spectrum Pop-Up: New York Roots and a...
Spain Adventist Forum: "The Year...
How We Relate to Power Is Our Witness
Follow the Leader?
When “Time Makes Ancient Good Uncouth”
Join the Spectrum Fun
Ukrainian Adventist Conscientious Objector...
Volume 51, Issue 2
Not yet a subscriber?