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Make It Valuable
In reaction to “The Christian Leader in a Digital Age” by Albert Mohler (, I was reminded of one of the most frustrating things about Seventh-day Adventist churches: the poor upkeep and management of their Web sites.

Over the last five years I have searched for an Adventist church to attend. I searched on-line using local conference Web sites to find addresses and Web sites for local churches. After clicking the “link” to a church Web site, I often found a Web site that was sadly out of date or simply had little helpful information. Information was old (sometimes years old); activity calendars did not have much information.

I understand that many of our ... »
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