Continue your study of Adventist history and contemporary issues facing the SDA Church with the Lifeworks of Monte Sahlin, Part 3. Seventh-day Adventist researcher, pastor, and writer Monte Sahlin has served more than 100 community-based ministries, church plants and nonprofit organizations. Dr. Sahlin’s research reflects his wealth of experience and insight to the study of the SDA church, its members, and its mission—equipping you to better serve in your own community.
In this collection of articles, Sahlin presents SDA research findings and informed discussion on important topics relating to evangelism, church growth, urban ministry, social issues, and lay ministry development. Check out Sahlin’s discussion of cross cultural leadership, the history of the Ohio conference, mission group process, friendship evangelism, ethics, World AIDS Sabbath, social action, and much more. Combining data, discussion, and direction, Part 3 of this expansive collection is an indispensable tool for pastors, teachers and other leaders as they serve Adventist congregations.
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Monte Sahlin is chairman of the board for the Center for Creative Ministry, a research organization and research center for SDA pastors and their congregations. He is also a senior fellow at the Center for Metropolitan Ministry, based at Washington Adventist University, as well as an adjunct faculty member at the Campolo Graduate School at Eastern University in Philadelphia and the Doctor of Ministry program at Andrews University. He is an ordained pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, serving as a regional vice president as well as pastor of congregations in both major metropolitan areas and Appalachia. He’s been awarded an Outstanding Public Service Award by the US government. He has also written 21 books, over 100 research monographs, and many magazine articles.