An Adventist school principal shares what she learned through her identity journey.
Month: April 2021
Why Do Babies Need so Many Vaccines?
A pediatric infectious disease specialist provides a rationale for infant vaccination.
‘Difficult Situations Brought Us to Our Knees’
Inter-American Division mid-year report highlights God’s provision amid dire challenges.
13,000 Bibles and 100,000 Steps to Christ
Across one U.S. region, distribution initiative motivates Hispanics to study, accept God’s truth.
Maranatha Crews Celebrate Return to Building Churches and Schools in Peru
As pandemic-related restrictions are eased, construction plans are moving forward.
Post-Restriction Camp in Australia an Intergenerational Enterprise
Initiative in North New South Wales is scaled down to adapt to the new normal.
Sabbath, A Snake, and Some Wolves
Merritt Kellogg reached his arms into the air and had a good stretch. It certainly was peaceful here. The water in the creek was…
South Philippines Church Region Votes on a Request to Split in Two
The motion is a natural result of church growth in the area, leaders say.
Can Eating a More Plant-Based Diet Save You Money?
Being vegetarian does not necessarily mean that you are eating healthy or cheaply.
European Adventist Communicators Discuss How to Adapt to Digital Challenges
GAiN Europe 2021 event encourages professional development, networking for mission.
Musician and Composer Creates Ministry to Help Others Memorize Scripture
In Australia, Karen Stoeckert found a creative way to share the gospel through music.
The Psychology of Vaccine Hesitancy
Can the church help? Some tips on how to converse with those who speak against COVID-19 vaccination.
How Can We Find Joy in Suffering?
Hello friends. I hope you have had a wonderful week recognizing the many blessings the Lord has brought to you. As followers of […]
Art Program Ministry Inspires Children to Embrace Creativity
Happy Hands Art Time has been reaching communities in a non-traditional way.
Higher Calling, Personal Faith Foster Resilience in Haitian Nurses, Study Says
Loma Linda study highlights coping resources in a challenging environment.
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