Signs of The Times

The first SIGNS of The Times issue was published in June 1874, so this month (June, 2018) Signs will celebrate it’s 144th birthday. The first editor was James White. The editor with the longest tenure was Arthur Maxwell – 33 years, 1937-1970 All the major...

He Paid a Debt/White as Snow Medley

He paid a debt He did not owe, I owed a debt I could not pay. I needed someone to wash my sins away. And now I sing a brand new song, “Amazing Grace” all day long, Christ Jesus paid a debt that I could never pay. White as snow, white as snow, Though my...

A FATHER’S PRAYER

General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) was our nation’s last five-star general. His fiery command of many campaigns in WWI, WWII, and Korea distinguished him as a true patriot. But MacArthur was also a man of prayer. “A Father’s Prayer,” written...

Vacation Bible School

SHIPWRECKED June 13-17, Theme: “Rescued By Jesus” For the enjoyment of children 3-12 A venture onto an uncharted island where kids are rescued by Jesus! Anchor kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through every storm in life. Children will learn to hold onto...

Elder LeeRoy Chacon

Today, we welcome The President of our Texico Conference, Elder LeeRoy Chacon, to our pulpit. The work of the gospel continues to be the Texico Conference focus and the proclamation of that message is going out through many different avenues in New Mexico and West...

Pastor Ray Christman

Today we welcome Pastor Ray Christman to our pulpit. Pastor Christman is an ordained Seventh-day Adventist minister and a Board Certified Chaplain. Pastor Christman’s Pastoral Ministry began in the Texas Conference in various churches including a Spanish Company. He...