Forty women leaders meet at Parliament House to advocate for outreach initiative.
Month: June 2021
Astronomy Research, Expeditions, and a Cooking Class
La Sierra University alumni reconnect from afar in two-day virtual homecoming.
Maranatha Provides Budget-Friendly Labor Across U.S., Canada
Adventist academies and camps are benefiting from volunteer effort and expertise.
Adventist School in the U.S. Brings a Mongolia Reunion
Graduates from three world regions who lived in the same country cross paths on campus.
‘Our Greatest Fear Was to Die Before Surrendering Our Hearts to God’
In Colombia, a couple requests baptism after surviving COVID-19 and joining a cycling club.
My Empty Alabaster Box
Why I now love an empty box
Evangelism with No Internet, No Electricity, No Water, During a Pandemic
Initiative in the Philippines highlights the power of Adventist youth involved in mission.
With Borders and Tourism Closed, Cook Islands Adventists Step Up to Help
Local church is assisting families experiencing economic hardship during the pandemic.
Save Our Sabbath Schools
As I talk to people my age, none of them are big on Sabbath School. It’s a shame.
‘Feeding Our Friends’ Brings Food to Many in Need
A food drive drew several churches to support the homeless in Kansas City.
In Kazakhstan, Adventist Workers Reset for Fellowship and Mission
Leaders and pastors’ meetings in the southern region seek to connect and empower.
Fight! Fight! Fight!
Three Cows and a Bull for the Lord
In Zimbabwe, paying tithe in kind reminds Adventists about the blessings of giving back.
More than 100 Years of Service to the Adventist Church in North America
Region honors retiring vice-presidents Alvin Kibble, Paul Brantley, and Gordon Pifher.
Loma Linda Children’s Hospital Among the Best for Cardiology and Heart Surgery
Adventist health-care facility made it into the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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