Larry Kirkpatrick

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This morning we begin a series called HAYSTACKS. Because, obviously, the world needs yet another acronym.

Most North American Adventists are familiar with an entree we call "haystacks." It is a layered dish. There are usually corn chips at the bottom, then beans, rice, lettuce, salsa and more on top. Haystacks can be prepared healthfully, and are commonly seen at social gatherings. You won't find the term "haystacks" in a list of doctrines or a Bible study. But we will use the word in coming weeks as a means of shorthanding Adventism into nine topics. The first letter in Haystacks is "H," and today we start with the first of these aspects, which is "Hope."