In Canada, a Native storyteller has been bridging cultural gaps and sharing Jesus for 45 years.
A missionary in Vanuatu shares his story.
In the U.S., Adventist Matthew Soper serves in the State House of Representatives.
Adventist Review associate editor Gerald Klingbeil walks his way into a new year of life.
In the United States, an Adventist university benefits from scores of committed volunteers.
How Adventists are using history with biblical principles to reach secular audiences.
Jeremy Dixon also manufactures the number-one-selling healthy snack in New Zealand.
In Florida, United States, True and Geri Williamson are now riding for Jesus.
A rural farmer in Rwanda shares how his life has improved thanks to an ADRA project.
For 13 years, Johnny Cabezas rejected invitations to attend church. Until he didn’t.
How an Adventist hospital helped an Adventist boy to recover from shooting wounds.
Meet Heidi Burke, as the Adventist Church celebrates “Special Needs Ministries Sabbath.”
Vas Pejcinovski tells how he found God and the Adventist faith in the worst year of his life.
‘Keep Girls Safe’ shelter is working hard to protect abused, orphaned, and abandoned girls.
Lexi had just a 10-percent chance of survival, but her parents kept praying.