Month: July 2018
I don’t remember the name of the village, though my photographs keep the memory colorfully clear. It was a place of deep-gray dust, […]
I am a geologist who believes that our planet and the living beings it sustains were formed by the will of God. Like other […]
Like many construction zones that have large, yellow “Men at Work” signs, It Is Written’s evangelism project in the Philippines had a sign: […]
Safety precautions force Camp Wawona and Pine Springs Ranch to cancel camps.
Historic church building in Batuna recalls the work of Adventist pioneers.
Grace is Christ’s kind attentiveness to all that makes us whole.
Does the Bible have something to say about the way we relate to our planet?
Leaders urge the youth to use their skills to benefit a neglected people group.
‘Pass It On’ event will bring 1,500 leaders together to equip, empower, and engage.
Philippines-based NGO strives to uplift isolated peoples around the world.
Privately-funded Siloé Ministries inaugurates revamped facilities in Baja California.
Wilson invites regional leaders to work in unity and togetherness.
Program sponsored by WHO and UNICEF focuses on the benefits of breastfeeding.
Loma Linda school will spend that money on community-based initiatives.