Berrien Woman Claims To-Do List Magically Expands on Fridays

BERRIEN COUNTY, MI – For Mildred Tibbles of Berrien County, preparing for the Sabbath has become a weekly battle against an invisible, and some might say, malevolent force: her ever-expanding to-do Read more […]

Should You Invite People to Sabbath Lunch if You Haven’t Cleaned?

Let’s face it, sometimes cleaning for before Friday sunset falls by the wayside. Here’s a cheat sheet to navigate the social minefield of inviting someone over when your place resembles a post-apocalyptic Read more […]

Next GC Session Entirely Dedicated To Generating List of Sabbath-Approved Cartoons

The next General Conference Session promises to be a nail-biter. Forget about pronouncements on women’s ordination or eschatological debates. This time, the minds at the GC are laser-focused on Read more […]

Adventist Sues Rolex After Missing Friday Sundown Due to Slow Watch

A devout Seventh-Day Adventist has taken legal action against luxury watchmaker Rolex, alleging that their slow timepiece caused them to miss the sacred Friday sundown deadline. The plaintiff, Read more […]

Ladida SDA Church Replaces “Happy Sabbath” with “Namaste” Greeting

Ladida, Maine – In a move that has sent ripples of controversy through the Ladida Seventh-day Adventist Church, the church board has decided to update the congregation’s Sabbath greetings by substituting Read more […]

“Will Ted Wilson be GC President until the Second Coming?” and Other Kosher Sabbath Lunch Conversation Topics

Been invited to Sabbath lunch but don’t know what’s kosher to talk about? Here’s a carefully vetted list of Sabbath-appropriate conversation topics: The merits of door-to-door evangelism: Read more […]

Dos and Don’ts for Adventists – The BarelyAdventist Guide

As Adventists, it’s important to know the dos and don’ts of our faith. But let’s be real, sometimes we take ourselves a little too seriously. So, here’s the BarelyAdventist guide to the dos and Read more […]