Give & Take

Adventist Life

On a visit to our son in Pennsylvania earlier this year, we found ourselves looking for an Adventist church to attend on Sabbath. We spotted a church surrounded by green trees and well-kept lawns. Just what we were looking for!

Our son’s sweetheart wanted to go with us, and we assured her that she was welcome. The next morning was Sabbath. We got up early, and the three of us drove about 35 miles to the church. As we arrived, we discovered that we were the only ones there.

We waited for almost two hours, and no one showed up. We found no notice anywhere giving worship times—and nothing to indicate a special reason for closure. Disappointed, we …

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