Cure for the Common Life

Hyveth Williams

is a professor of homiletics at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary.

Hidden, But Not Insignificant

Many Americans have seen the movie Hidden Figures. It is rated among the top five films viewed on video. Although it features the story of three African American females, 45 percent of those who’ve seen it in the United States are White, and 37 percent are Black.

With the help of 15 seminarians, we used “Hidden Figures” as our theme for the Grace Place fourth annual evangelism series and Vacation Bible School that attracted 50 parents and children (June 2-9, 2018). Each meeting we presented stories of the lives and livelihoods of men and women mentioned only once in the inspired word of God, supported by our 28 Fundamental Beliefs. We ended …

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