The Invisible Church
We know us. So why doesn’t everyone else?
I’m a retired Adventist pastor. Every morning I join my Methodist neighbor and hike through the neighborhood. He’s done a lot of study about the Adventist faith. Recently he was talking with one of his Baptist friends, and the conversation came around to his Adventist walking buddy. The Baptist said he recalled that Seventh-day Adventists were careful about their health and what they ate. Other than that, he didn’t know much.
After telling me this, my walking buddy turned to me and said, “See, your denomination isn’t entirely invisible; he knew that much about you.”
Being thought to be invisible is not news to me. During my 40-year walk as …