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Editorial by Jorge Aguero

Do you know someone who is always late for meetings? That person might even be you. There is Someone, however, who is always on time. You know who I’m referring to. But when it comes to God’s timing, many draw the wrong conclusion. Personal hardships or calamities and suffering can cause one to question His good and perfect plan.

Some have lost trust in Jesus’ promise of His second coming, because, in their opinion, He is late. Second Peter 3:9 gives insight into this apparent delay:

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Editorial by Carlos Charnichart

It all begins with our mission of “Reaching Everyone, Everywhere.” As Seventh-day Adventists, we are committed to the hope of Christ’s return, and we are passionate about sharing the everlasting gospel to as many people as we can. We believe that we are the last day church, allowing God to take control of every area of our human existence—including our resources. We have been called to live and trust the lordship of Jesus Christ daily (see Prov. 3:5; Luke 12:22). God is empowering our mission through our faithful return of tithes, offerings and other gifts.

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Enoch walked faithfully with God. Enoch lived a total of 365 years. . .and walked faithfully with God;

– Genesis 5:22-24, NIV

Enoch is one of those people many may not know very well. In fact, we have little information about Enoch, but we do know at least one important thing: Enoch walked faithfully with God.

Walking is a core part of the human experience. It is practical and also a powerful metaphor for the forward movement of our lives. In fact, when we talk about the story of our life, we normally describe it as journey. A long walk.

Walking with someone else takes the basic function of walking to another level.

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Editorial by Ricardo Bacchus

Words. What are they but letters placed into tiny groups with spaces on either side? One single word—war, peace, hate, love—can cause protests to unravel, turmoil to start or unity to materialize.

String several words together—it’s a boy, you’re a liar, thank you, don’t talk to me—and friendships can end, new ones begin or castaways believe again. Words make a difference, and they can bring life or death.

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Editorial de Sarah Capeles Frodelly

En febrero, mi familia y yo experimentamos una de las peores tormentas de nieve de los últimos años. Con más de un metro de nieve, no estaba segura si mi tractor era lo suficientemente potente como para limpiar el largo camino de entrada a la casa. Entonces, en lugar de quedarme en casa bebiendo mi té de hierbas, me aventuré al frío para ver si podía hacer que funcionara.