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.

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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The High Road to Hell

Some of the devil's most devoted disciples are among the best-behaved people on Earth. The most deceived of them experience victory over sin.

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Why the Pre-Advent Judgment?

Since God already knows who believers are, why have a judgment in heaven before Jesus comes? Adventists often get asked that when explaining our unique beliefs.

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Interacting With an Atheist

“Would you mind if we had a little fun at your expense?” Paul, a Christian, teased his atheist brother, Ron.        

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A Memo to Protesters

“What do we want? Dead cops!”

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Change or Self-Destruct

If the rate of change inside an organization is less than the rate of change outside, the end is in sight.

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A Shameful Christmas Story

Faithfulness to God can disrupt your life and defame your reputation. That’s our Christmas story today.

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