"I want to see the Adventist church learn that even though everyone is different, we still can work together for the glory of God. You've got different flavors of Adventism depending on where you are: From New England to Southern California, from Jamaica to Thailand. But even if we've developed different tastes and traditions and opinions, we still have to work together with God and with each other.
I'm not saying we aren't doing that in many ways already, but I feel like there's a lot of unnecessary undercutting going on. Like how the Michigan Conference and Andrews University seem to be at war. No chill. And I understand that we have to stand up for what we believe, but we're all Adventists. So maybe being at war over the little stuff isn't as important as working together to lift up Jesus? I'm not talking about conservatives or liberals being at fault, but rather that we all share some blame and need to recognize our own contributions to the culture war, so we can bury the hatchet and move on."