In this week’s Messenger
- From the South England Conference Session, news and pictures in partnership with BUC and SEC news. In addition, Messenger invited a cross-section of delegates to share their impressions. . . . (page 7)
- ‘Because you do not see the same results in old England that you did in Australia you should not demerit that which has already been gained. There are some precious souls in Grimsby, in Ulceby, and others will be gathered in.’ David Marshall reminds us of a UK Adventist heritage story of spirit and vision, noting that within our territory there are still unentered towns. (page 9)
- Andrews University Press launches the New International Study Bible (page 10)
- Messenger wants to hear from you – and where do we go from here? (pages 14 & 15)
- And finally, the editor considers the matter of the caring church. 'The problem in trying to define grace is that we make it a concept, a theological idea . . . and park it.'
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