"I hope to see the day when the Adventist church is situated at the center of both the justice and reconciliation conversations. Our Sabbath theology positions us perfectly to lead these conversations from a biblical perspective. The term 'Christian' has seemingly lost every ounce of its Christ-centered and others-focused qualities. Christ came to give rest to the weary, sight to the blind, freedom for the oppressed — truly he came to give mankind 'Sabbath,' an everlasting rest from their toil, strife, and labor.
I pray to see the day when we reclaim our position as a prophetic voice in these end times, to not just be characterized as Sabbath-keepers, but as Sabbath-givers. To be known as those who extend a radical and comprehensive concept of rest to a world so desperately in need of it."