Messages from Young Adults

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Adventists + Dating // Why go there?

Adventists + Dating // Why go there?

high school…check undergrad…check post-grad…check marriage…uncheck kids…double uncheck As she scans the masses, it doesn’t take long before Church Girl notices for every one of him there’s three of her.  If only she had come to this point sooner rather than later… While she’s finally wrapped up the pursuit of  her academic career and is asking […]

Lesson 8: A Loveless Christian?

Lesson 8: A Loveless Christian?

First, we must throw away the world’s definition of how to love others. The world tells us to be “nice.” The world tells us to be polite. So we walk around with this mask, this façade. We do not care for the other person. We are just nice to them when they are around us. Essentially, we act like we love them.

Lesson 4: Walking in the Light: Keeping His Commandments

Lesson 4: Walking in the Light: Keeping His Commandments

A pastor had been counseling a husband and wife. The problem was that, the husband had been having extramarital affairs. That’s not an extramarital affair but, in fact, many of them. The husband tried to calm the situation by telling the wife that although he had been with other women, it didn’t mean that he […]

Lesson 13: Mission

Lesson 13: Mission

The word MISSION means a lot of different things such as a) the act or an instance of sending, b) a body of persons sent to perform a service or carry on an activity, c) a specific task with which a person or a group is charged (All the meanings were taken from Webster dictionary) […]

Lesson 7: Grace

Lesson 7: Grace

Grace – A word for which this world has  a lot of  different meanings. Although the word grace can be interpreted in so many different ways, for Christians there is only one meaning and that is the AMAZING GRACE of God. Friends, I want to stress and emphasize on that again – AMAZING GRACE of GOD. “But God […]

Lesson 6: Sin

Lesson 6: Sin

I just looked in the mirror and realized that for every sin I committed this week, there’s probably a visible manifestation on my face.  I had a really trying week and worry consumed me taking me from one stupid decision to the next, until Friday I just felt as though I was drowning in a […]

@ theMet this weekend

Youth Day is happening this weekend with a special guest speaker & Friday night services at Metropolitan SDA Church. Check out the details here.

Trifecta

Trifecta

The cross is, perhaps, the most significant symbol throughout the history of the universe. Through it, countless numbers have given their lives to the Savior, and because of it, many have perished in denial of the King of kings. One constant through the ages is the ideal of faith, hope and love. Without the cross, […]

Lesson 1: Love

Lesson 1: Love

The greatest of all commandments is love. Love your neighbor as you love yourself and above all, love the Lord your God, That’s the commandment given to us by Jesus. Why is it that the world today has indistinct meaning of love? We all hunger for love from the day we are brought to this […]

From One Muddy Soul to Another

            Spending time in nature was one of God’s greatest gifts to humankind. The mere fact that He initially intended us to live in nature itself carries quite a bit of weight when considering such a gift. It’s in this gift I find His true splendor.             When I read through the Creation story, I […]