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.

Offering

Coming: "A time of trouble such as never was since there was a nation" (Daniel 12:1). Very popular literal interpretations of Bible prophecy are setting up millions for an unexpected, satanic ambush. Which could have enormous implications for everything from setting national policy to making personal decisions.
Saturday, November 04, 2006

More In This Series

09/02/2006
Rumors from the East, the finale of the great cosmic war that plays out in every heart. The increasing intensification of the battle is reason enough to ally with Michael. Whenever He shows up in Scripture, guess who wins!
09/09/2006
The first rumor from the east heralds good news for earth's darkest hour. While the Sonrise it anticipates lies dead ahead, can we afford to wait for it?
09/16/2006
If you want to define God's glory, you must look into His face which He revealed in a Story. The glory of God is in the Story . . . and the story. It's the law of mirrors.
09/30/2006
Does Islam, with its 1.4 billion adherents, have a place in Bible prophecy? Might God have used Mohammed and his Muslim followers to protect and advance the development of his kingdom? And could He possibly be doing so still today?
10/14/2006
Clues for the second rumor from the east: winds, seal, forehead, name, time, U.S.A. Today. The perfect rumor for a rest-less society.
10/21/2006
The second rumor engages the creation/evolution debate. Revelation predicts that there will be a generation that will refuse to take the hand of a skeleton and will take the hand of the Creator.
10/28/2006
The third and final rumor from the east has a rich legacy in biblical history and prophecy. It's the scariest rumor of them all, but also the best, striking panic in the hearts of some, hope in the hearts of others.
11/11/2006
The sinister "King of the North" (a metaphor Daniel uses to describe a succession of earth powers that oppress God's people) makes an all-out, final attack precipitated by rumors from the east. Not a study for the faint hearted, unless you want to know what's coming and how to be prepared.
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You Can't Take It with You

The Andrews University Theatre Wing is proud to present Kaufman and Hart's classic comedy, You Can't Take It With You.

  • February 24 at 8 pm
  • February 25 at 2 pm

Location: Newbold Auditorium
Tickets are free, donations accepted.

Andrews University Seeks Qualified Applicants:

Andrews University is seeking qualified Seventh-day Adventists who may fill open roles in fulfilling our mission to Seek Knowledge, Affirm Faith, and Change the World. If this is of interest to you, please check out our current openings at: https://www.andrews.edu/admres/jobs. Thank you and have a blessed day!
 

21st Annual Music & Worship Conference, 2024

The Andrews University Music & Worship Conference seeks to provide a forum for scholarly and professional dialogue, the advancement of knowledge, and the promotion of best practices in Christian worship and music.

What: 21st Annual Music & Worship Conference, 2024
Theme: Worship in Transition
When: February 22-24, 2024
Where: Seminary Chapel

Something in Common Sabbath School

Something in Comon presents I Promise. In this video-based small group study, Dr. Gary Smalley uses humor, practical insights, years of research, and biblical principles to reveal 5 key commitments that will determine the destiny of your marriage. 

  • February 3- Security: The Secret to a Great Marriage
  • February 10- I Promise to Conform My Beliefs to God’s Truths
  • February 17- I Promise to be Filled by God
  • February 24- I Promise to Find God’s Best in Every Trial
  • March 2- I Promise to Listen and Communicate with Love
  • March 9- I Promise to Serve You all the Days of My Life

Everyone is Welcome Sabbath mornings from 10:30-11:30 in PMC Room 141.
 

Renovate 2.0 Elevator nearing completion of its fundraising goal.

“An House of Prayer for All People” is embedded in the very substance of the Pioneer Memorial Church building. Yet for decades, important functions of the church congregation did not fit in the original church structure. The massive expansion in the late 1990’s that added the “wings” to the church more-than-doubled the space available for ministry and finally brought all functions such as the older Children’s Sabbath Schools and a Commons area into one facility. There was still one significant issue that was not fully addressed- access to the Sanctuary for those with limited mobility.

The wheel-chair lift that was a part of the “wings” expansion soon proved to be significantly hindering and unreliable. Unfortunately, it would take 25 years or so before a full-size elevator and other minor improvements became a reality. Pastor Dwight Nelson, in the spring of 2023, encouraged the Pioneer Memorial Church board to initiate the construction and fundraise for a full-size elevator also called Renovate 2.0. The Board agreed. That elevator is now completed and its funding nearly so!

As shown in the newly released video (to be shown during the church service soon and online), the elevator has met a significant need for young and old. In the video, the users of the elevator express a deep and abiding gratitude for its existence and the access that it provides. It is a blessing for so many. As you consider your giving plans for this year, please include the Renovate 2.0 project. We are so close to the goal! Let’s finish Renovate 2.0 soon! Thank you in advance for your support!

BELONG Ministries Adopt-a-Student

 Winter is coming and for many of our students these are the hardest months to get through without their families. You can help create a home away from home by joining our Belong Ministries Adopt-a-Student program. You'll build meaningful connections by hosting the student for a home cooked meal, surprising them with their favorite treats, and reminding them that they've been prayed for. The time commitment is at your discretion.

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