Lexi had just a 10-percent chance of survival, but her parents kept praying.
Month: February 2019
Certification Program for Elders Launched in Inter-America
Initiative seeks to train church elders across the territory to assist overworked pastors.
Adventist Communicators Gear Up to Better Reach Older and New Generations
Global Adventist Internet Network meetings discuss equipment, methods, and more.
Chew’s Appetite for Influence
Adventist restauranteur in California serves plant-based meals and Christian friendship.
Adventists Seek New Approaches to Humanitarian Development
At UN symposium, organizers say contributions of religious groups go beyond mobilizing resources.
ADRA Launches ‘Every Child. Everywhere. In School.’ Campaign
The aid organization is looking for a million signatures for global education advocacy.
AdventHealth Shares Insights on Using Technology to Improve Health Care
Adventist facility hosts health-care IT professionals from three continents.
A Winter Storm, an Unresponsive Plane Engine, and the Hand of God
An Adventist pilot learns to trust God’s timing in northern Canada.
Is This the Same Man?
In Rwanda, ADRA Men’s Club is changing men for the better, and I am living proof of it.
Grace Has a Face
Because of them, I dare to do some gracious act.
Criminal Justice Program at Adventist University Ranked Among Top in the U.S.
Bachelor of Science degree is now La Sierra University’s largest major.
Women in Inter-America Called to Enrich Church and Community
‘Chosen and Loved’ event highlights the role of women in mission, discipleship.
Public Health Study Links Unhealthy Diet to Mental Illness
Loma Linda research results apply regardless of gender, education, age, or income.
Six-year-old Jamaican Preacher Inspires Third Baptism in Two Years
Among the baptismal candidates was young Dakarai Williams’s mother.
Cross-Media Project Highlights Joys and Challenges of Fatherhood
The Global Adventist Internet Network (GAiN) project will launch on February 22, 2019.
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