By Mark A. Kellner Sitting in a meeting of South American Division leaders in São Paulo, Brazil, it’s hard for me to type. My eyes keep filling with tears.
Everywhere—at every turn—is story after story of people whose lives are being touched by the living God. In this corner of the Seventh-day Adventist world, the debates are about how to do more to introduce people to Jesus, not about matters which, ultimately, will find their resolution in the courts of heaven.
Talk about revival and reformation! I wish everyone reading these words could sit for one hour and hear the stories. I wish they could meet Sheyla Guimarães, a petite homemaker from the city of Mineiros do Tietê, about 140 miles (225 kilometers) from here. She was baptized last Sabbath, mere months after a copy of The Great Hope was left in her mailbox. »