The Blair family legacy that began around 1910 spans four generations of church health care workers.
Amilton dos Santos Cerqueira shows perseverance, goes beyond what eyes can see.
Elizabeth Moses’ grandfather accepted the Adventist message through literature evangelists.
New youth choir making steps to reach in, reach out.
In Kinshasa, a life is turned around through hard work and faithfulness to God.
Four people are baptized after hearing personal testimonies at church fellowship meals.
“It takes only one person who is faithful and surrendered,” says Huan*, 75.
Douglas Silva explains his work in ministering to the hearing impaired.
An Adventist from Myanmar shares how he survived persecution, prison, and slavery.
Paralyzed at 17, Trent Dubberke keeps striving to finish the race.
The indigenous notion of vanua makes sharing the Adventist message more difficult.
Stephen Moe Tha Po, a Karen refugee, becomes a pastor and church planter.
But for the grace of God, there is no reason for him to be alive, Joshua Holly says.
Ministering in a First Nations reserve in Canada has proved to be a two-way street.
Joey Barajas challenged God, and God did not disappoint him.