International humanitarian agency scales up emergency operations in 21 countries.
Category: Press Release
Peru Welcomes First Maranatha Volunteers in 15 Months
Move marks the return of construction projects after pandemic-related lockdowns.
Community Partnership Feeds the Body and the Soul
Free food market in Denver, Colorado, U.S., is meeting an increasing need.
President of the Allegheny East Conference and Wife Die in House Fire
Henry Fordham III and his wife, Sharon, die due to a house fire on July 18, 2021.
‘It Was Physically and Emotionally Tough’
Adventist nursing grads share experiences from the front lines of the pandemic.
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.
It Is Written Announces the Launch of ‘Buried Treasure’
New evangelism program calls children to dig deep in God’s Word.
Pacific Union College Elects the School’s 24th President
Ralph Trecartin will begin his role on July 1, 2021.
First-of-Its-Kind Adventist Virtual Campmeeting Gets Ready to Launch
May 19-23 global event will connect thousands to worship, learn, and share.
‘AdventHealth World of Wellness’ Now an Option for Guests at Walt Disney World Resorts
Alliance is set to transform the health experiences of visitors, leaders say.
Why Chimpanzees Can’t Play Chopin
New book for the non-specialist discusses design and catastrophe and its implications.
North American Division Leaders Call for Support of Asian-American Community
Officers of the NAD speak out against ethnic violence in society.
‘When ADRA Called Me to Pick Up a Food Voucher, I Felt Like Crying’
16,000 families in Ecuador receive nutrition assistance during the pandemic.
After 15 Months, Burundi’s Adventist Leader Is Released from Prison
East-Central Africa Division releases official statement after Lameck Barashinga walks free.