Church members and leaders join to offer comfort, assistance, and prayer.
Month: March 2019
Adventist Church President Offers Condolences for New Zealand Families
The tragic shooting took the lives of fifty people
Student Project Aims to Reduce Iron Deficiency in Haiti
AdventHealth University major finds a way to “live the healing values of Christ.”
Training Seeks to Teach How to Engage Young Adults in Church
Georgia-Cumberland Conference ‘Mobilize’ program receives positive feedback.
Grace Becomes Us
Grace turns us from unhelpful fools into new humans, wise and warm
Remembering Desmond Ford
A former student and theologian sheds light on the life and ministry of Desmond Ford, who died this week at 90.
ADRA Responds to “Extremely Dangerous” Tropical Cyclone Idai
Over 100 dead and thousands displaced
In England, Church Program Aims to Fight Isolation, Exclusion, and Shame
The ‘Breaking the Trend’ event calls participants to support church communities.
BREAKING: Adventist Bible Conference Suspended as Deadly Cyclone Hits Mozambique
Adventist Church president calls for prayer as Adventist leaders take refuge in hotel
Are You Eating Too Healthy to Be Healthy?
Understanding orthorexia: when trying to be too healthy can become harmful.
New Field in Southern Tanzania Highlights Focus on Church Mission
The Central Tanzania Field is the newest organizational district in the region.
An Hour in Their Shoes
Where do we draw the line between self-preservation and service to others?
Lay-led Foundation in Chile Aims to Help People Overcome Alcohol and Other Drug Addictions
La Fundación Pasos de Esperanza includes natural treatments and spiritual support.
In Korea, Youth Commissioned to Serve on Public Campuses
First group is set to serve in universities across the Northern Asia-Pacific region.
ADRA’s 2019 Annual Council Gears Toward Growth, Embraces New Purpose
Organization directors discuss how to be more relevant to the needs of society.