Mark A. Finley

Mark Finley retired in 2010 as a general vice-president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists following nearly 40 years as a pastor, evangelist, and media ministry leader. He now serves as an editor-at-large for the Adventist Review and Adventist World magazines, and as an assistant to the General Conference president.

​Beyond Politics

Last year I traveled internationally more than usual, and I spoke to tens of thousands of people. I came away with the renewed conviction that the Seventh-day Adventist Church is God’s divinely appointed movement for this time in earth’s history.

Committed Adventists around the world make enormous personal sacrifices of their time, talents, and resources to participate in Christ’s mission to redeem a lost world. Some risk their lives for the cause of Christ.

These humble, faithful servants of Christ are not embroiled in the theological controversies swirling around the church. They are not involved in political posturing to push their cherished …

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