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.

A SWOT Analysis from Jesus

A time-tested evaluation tool for corporations and other secular institutions is the SWOT analysis.

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Adventists: Sheep or Goats?

Seventh-day Adventism parachuted onto the public square through the presidential campaign of Benjamin Carson.

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Relational Adventism

Seventh-day Adventism parachuted onto the public square through the presidential campaign of Benjamin Carson.

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Peace Child From Heaven

Home for Christmas is a cherished family tradition. Yet some Northwest Adventists find themselves far away from loved ones this holiday season.

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Thanksgiving for Jesus in the Psalms

Above all the blessings for which we may praise God this Thanksgiving season is the gift of Jesus Himself.

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Appreciate the Pastor

When the elders hid my Bible with its sermon notes, I should have known this Sabbath would be different. They didn’t want me to preach that day. What was happening?

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Assessing the Session

Delegates to the 60th General Conference Session in San Antonio, Texas, in July elected a global leadership team, updated church policies and clarified doctrinal statements.

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After the Ordination Vote, What Now?

By the time you read this, the General Conference Session in San Antonio will be history, and world church delegates will have voted on perhaps the most explosive Adventist issue of our lifetime.

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Saving Adventist Education in the 21st Century

Throughout the North Pacific Union, church schools and academies reopen their doors next month to serve our children and teens. But what about next year?

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Extralogical Enlightenment

How can we trust and obey an invisible, inaudible God? Can we even know what He wants from us?

“That’s simple,” someone says. “Read the Bible.”

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