2019 GC Convention is July 1-6 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Make your plans to attend. And don’t forget to visit me at the BA booth!
Registration is open! Visit https://cog7.org/convention. See you there!
Watch the message below from G. … Read the rest
The publication schedule for Bible Advocate magazine requires articles to be received by the editor over two months before that issue of the BA arrives in our readers’ hands. Such was the case with my (Loren Stacy’s) “Last Word” article … Read the rest
2018 BA Themes
Annual theme: “This We Believe — Canon and Creed”
We’re a Christ-centered, Spirit-formed, and Bible-based church, but what does that look like specifically? What substantive implications follow for faith and practice? In 2018, all six issues of … Read the rest
June 6, 2018
Dear Sabbath School Teachers,
It has been brought to our attention that there is a significant error in the Spanish version of the third quarter adult quarterly (July-September). Lesson 4 was accidentally omitted, and Lesson 3 appears … Read the rest
Bless ye the Lord, all ye his hosts; ye ministers of his, that do his pleasure (Psalm 103:21).
Here we are “in-between” again. . . .
In the most recent Bible Advocate, our theme is the Royal Law. … Read the rest
Is he a king or not? Pilate wanted to know, but Jesus hadn’t really given him a straight answer. If he is a king, even a wannabe king, one of those messiahs the Jewish rabble is always talking about, he’s … Read the rest
I’m confident that 90 percent of my Lord’s Supper experiences as a child and youth were positive ones. Based on the family I grew up in, the folks in our local church, and the men who served us as pastors, … Read the rest
The year 2018 is my 52nd time observing the Lord’s Supper. Surely this qualifies for “often” (1 Corinthians 11:25, 26), as did the high priest’s entering the holy place every year (Hebrews 9:25). Settings for the Supper have been in … Read the rest
“Till we meet at Jesus’ feet . . . God be with you till we meet again,” the voices echo in the church’s vestibule. These words often have a difficult time escaping my mouth. Now tears creep into my eyes … Read the rest
Unlike Jesus’ first miracle when, astonishingly, He changed many large jars of water into wine, or unlike some of the succeeding miracles and signs He performed before His followers, Jesus’ last miracle may seem small by comparison. Yet it is … Read the rest