RMCNews – Denver, Colorado … “When I look at the Adventism of the future, I see Jesus. I see a church that has fully embraced Him and fully embraced His Gospel,” Shawn Brace writes in his latest article for Mountain Views.
The fall issue, which is scheduled to start arriving in your mailbox next week, focuses on the topic of Adventism and Imagination. What will Adventism look like in 5, 10, or 40 years? What is our hope for the future?
The editors are hoping to stir conversation and a reevaluation of one’s self-identity in the Adventist faith. “We are a people of hope, walking always into the future. Imagination helps. When I close my eyes and look toward the Second Coming of Jesus, I turn my thoughts into a world of wonder–what it will be like in the future Jesus promised?” comments Rajmund Dabrowski, editor.
Mountain Views features, among others, include, “The Seventh-day Adventist Church in 2040”; “Jesus: The Future of Adventism”; “Imagine Transforming”; and a conversation with Doug Inglish, RMC vice president of administration, and his daughter Chelsea Inglish titled “We Know Our Ultimate Future.”
This is also the last issue of Mountain Views under the editorial leadership of Ed Barnett, RMC president who retired at the end of August. The editors of Mountain Views look forward to working with new RMC president Mic Thurber on the next issue.
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On the Back Page we are challenged: “God gave you brains. Use them.” Read Mountain Views.
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