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Resources

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 2 granddaughters.

Lamb sacrifices: ancient, foreign, obsolete. But has the crimson cross that made them such become an ancient, foreign, obsolete relic to us?
Saturday, November 09, 2002

More In This Series

08/31/2002
When you lose a loved one you never forget their face. The Apocalypse reveals Jesus' face and invites us never to forget it.
09/07/2002
Americans are more than ever captivated by the apocalypse. But the apocalypse is not simply about the future, it reveals a Face. The closer we look, the more of it we see.
09/14/2002
Martyr. Victor. King. How can they all be the same face? How can they all bear the same mark? How is it that the scar bears our own imprint?
09/28/2002
He will return bearing the scar. How much of its formation resulted from physical trauma? Did we contribute to it? Do we still?
10/19/2002
The great emotion: Fear. The great unknown: Death. We fear what we don't know. He who holds the keys of death holds the solution to our fear.
10/26/2002
Have any complaints about your church? Know of anyone in your church who's stopped attending because of them? In the Apocalypse, guess where Jesus shows up!
11/02/2002
The great issue in the Great Controversy centers on worship. We're good at the where and the when of it. What about the larger issues of the who and the how of it?
11/16/2002
When God left earth to take His throne, Another descended to be His presence with His people. The Holy Spirit. A view from the Apocalypse.
11/23/2002
Feasting and family mark our Thanksgivings. As should gratitude, every day of the year, for a powerful reason.
11/30/2002
Thank God for loss? Sound ridiculous? Except that new depths of God's grace and mercy often manifest themselves through pain, loss and failure.
12/07/2002
Will it ever be forgotten that the face on the throne was the face of a baby? The baby is so that we will never forget that we are never forgotten.
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