Southern Adventist University team created resources for Health Sabbath.
Month: July 2021
How I Kept My Faith on a Public University Campus in the U.S.
As I look back, I see that God has led the way.
The change it makes finding Jesus
Three Quiet Reminders
God’s goodness can be noted all around us.
On What Is Your Faith Based?
Hello, friends. Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, “Seeing is believing,” but can we really base our beliefs on what we see? For example, […]
Rising Insurance Costs Hit Adventist Entities in the South Pacific
Officers are taking mitigation measures to lessen the impact on church mission.
University of the Southern Caribbean Appoints New President
Colwick Wilson has extensive experience as a professor, researcher, and administrator.
The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Over, ADRA Says
International humanitarian agency scales up emergency operations in 21 countries.
Olympic Leap of Faith
The Olympians aren’t the only ones taking a leap of faith.
Finding God’s Truth at a Psychic Expo
In Australia, Adventist literature evangelists make connections in an unlikely place.
Adventist Cowboys and Cowgirls Reunite at Camp Meeting
In the U.S., spiritual presentations and traditional activities marked the five-day event.
Adventist Clinic in Switzerland Celebrates 115 Years of Service
Facilities include a center for physical activity and healthy living.
Peru Welcomes First Maranatha Volunteers in 15 Months
Move marks the return of construction projects after pandemic-related lockdowns.
Adventist HealthCare Named a Top Workplace in Washington Post Rankings
System is the only health-care provider to make the annual list.
In Bulgaria, Adventists Trigger Anniversary Commemoration of the Bible
Members and leaders are behind the initiative to celebrate 150 years of the Bulgarian translation.
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