Speaker

Dwight K. Nelson

Since 1983, Dwight Nelson has served as lead pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. He preaches on the “New Perceptions” telecast, teaches at the theological seminary and has written some books, including The Chosen. He and his wife, Karen, are blessed with two married children and one granddaughter.

Is it possible to be a Christian in belief but an agnostic in practice? What if prayer really did change things but we practiced it so sparingly? Consider 5 ways to pray most effectively for lost people.
Saturday, September 13, 2008

More In This Series

08/30/2008
Pentecost launched a new divine movement to save the world. We know all about Pentecost and the tongues of fire, right? Well, maybe not. The secret to Pentecost is in what it followed and what it revealed about the heart of God. The clue to the final Prime Time outpouring may not be what you think.
09/06/2008
It's an amazing story. Three thousand converted in a day. But that's not where the story ends. The sequel is even more amazing, and yielded even greater results. Combined with the modern story of "The Rescuing Hug," it's one you'll never forget. It's the divine modus operandi for the Prime Time generation.
09/27/2008
Four strikingly similar parallels mark the generations of Pentecost 1 and Pentecost 2. A reminder that God can change the world once again through a small group of praying, committed Adventist Christians.
10/04/2008
If you are a follower of Jesus, Satan fears you because he knows that you have the one truth that cannot be argued against. And no one can share it but you.
10/18/2008
For the follower of Jesus, it all comes down to this: "Just walk across the room." Seven principles that can make the journey most effective.
10/25/2008
Is politics a kingdom ordained by God for the administration of social justice or the realm of pied pipers leading the naive to an unsuspecting end? How to be spiritually faithful while seeking to be socially responsible.
11/01/2008
All atheists and Christians who discuss their convictions about God would do well to humbly consider these seven guidelines for their conversations; four specifically applicable to Christians, three to atheists.
11/08/2008
Theodicy: If God is both all-good and all-powerful, then why is there so much suffering? It's an intellectual barrier to belief for many. But it's more than academic. Everyone will confront it personally and emotionally at some point. Best to be prepared.
11/22/2008
Everybody suffers sometimes. Everybody suffers many times. Ever notice how this seems especially true of God's friends? The Bible does. Welcome to the truth of the pearls and the powers.
12/06/2008
"Twas the night before primetime and all through the earth, every creature was stirring except for the Church. Donned in their kerchiefs and wrapped in their gowns, the Church was asleep as the curtain came down." Why, "God of heaven, wake us up!" is a prayer peculiarly applicable to the Prime Time Generation.
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Family Vespers

Come out and join us for vespers this Sabbath evening.

January 19, 5:00 PM
Location: PMC Youth Chapel 

Expedition to Biblical Jordan and Egypt 2019

Join Timeless Tours this coming June 8-21 for an adventure to the biblical lands of Jordan and Egypt. Featuring Andrews University professors Robert Bates - Archaeologist and Egyptologist, and Stefanie Elkins - Archaeologist and Art Historian. This all inclusive tour, which includes RT airfare, features visits to Jerash, Petra, the baptismal site of Jesus, the Valley of the Kings, The Great Pyramids of Giza, a hot air ballon ride, and cruise on the Nile! Cost is $4950.00 per person based on double occupancy.
Website: www.digtheadventure.com

Facebook page: Expedition to Biblical Jordan and Egypt
Email: selkins@andrews.edubates@andrews.edu

Grief Share Support Group

Grief Share, a support group for those who are hurting or suffering the loss of a loved one, is available in January. The group meets at the Village Church on Sundays from 4:00-6:00 PM. Contact Shirley Gammon for more information or to register for the first session.

Sundays, 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Location: Village SDA Church
Contact: Shirley Gammon (989) 427-5669

Paper Crafting Together

Want to preserve those Christmas memories? Need to make cards for the coming year? Have a mixed media project you want to get done? Bring your supplies/projects and enjoy fellowship while working on your project. We supply the prizes and chocolate, you bring your favorite snack.

January 27, 11:00 AM
Location: PMC Commons
Contact: Sherrie Davis - sherrie.davis@lakeunion.org | (269) 473-8274

Knitting Hearts Together

Anyone is welcome to join this ministry to the seriously ill and bereaved. We create and present items to remind others of God's care for them during difficult times.

January 22, 7:00 PM
Location: MacCarty Residence (4541 Timberland Dr.)
Contact: Alice Williams - alicew@andrews.edu | (269) 461-6815
              Lyn MacCarty - (269) 471-9060 or (269) 208-3377

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