Martin Weber

retired from denominational service, is a hospice chaplain.

Martin Weber, D.Min., served as pastor, editor, author, evangelist and police chaplain across North America and taught pastors on five continents with the General Conference Ministerial Association. In retirement he served as the Adventist product manager at Logos Bible Software, the world’s largest creator of digitized Christian content.

Good News About Hell

What’s happening with the Seventh-day Adventist Church?

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Is the Church Going Through?

"No matter what, the Seventh‑day Adventist Church is going straight through to the kingdom," a veteran leader declared.

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A Church Bully Transformed

America is at war — not just with ISIS but with itself. Civility vaporized during last year’s presidential campaign, and since then our nation has become even nastier.

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An Autopsy of Our Death

Death is the only certainty of life in this world. Yet death is a defeated enemy. In almost taunting words, Scripture declares, “O death, where is your victory?

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First-Degree Grace

Football all-pro Aaron Hernandez had everything to live for, seemingly. His starring Super Bowl performance earned him a $41 million contract extension. He had it made!

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My Salvation Army Funeral

Blessed are the peacemakers.

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Will America Exchange Liberty for Security?

Will America forfeit civil and religious liberties in quest of national security? Our cities seethe with political and racial turmoil, while threats multiply from radical Islamic terrorism.

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A Prophetic Question

In his stark and somber inaugural address, President Donald Trump vowed to “unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the eart

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A Sanctuary From Racism

Each February, Black History Month provides opportunity to take a searching and fearless inventory of interracial attitudes and relationships.

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Six Suggestions for a Happy New Year

“Happy New Year” is a dubious prospect for the world in 2017.

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