“When I enter the woods, I do so with an air of expectancy,” an educational leader says.
In Lebanon, the only Adventist university in the region vows to keep a legacy alive.
What confronting the plight of others taught me during a mission trip to Guatemala.
How can we appreciate each other consistently so that we have the strength to thrive?
It might be the most challenging question of all.
A student missionary shares a vital lesson she learned while serving in the Philippines.
FARM STEW ministry is helping church members, neighbors to live fuller, healthier lives.
What the news about current and prospective disasters tells us about the times we live in.
In Colombia, a small Adventist mountain group is bringing hope to the hopeless.
They came from Perth, Western Australia to support displaced families.
Life is short—a mere blip in the continuum of time. But is it futile, empty, and pointless?
He did not create us to perpetuate it, experience it, or even see it.
In the big picture of the universe, earth is insignificant. But not to God.
Maranatha Volunteers International participants are driven by a clear set of presuppositions.