Herbert Blomstedt received an important recognition for the second time.
Giving Thanks for Every Breath
Don Starlin realized that a bilateral lung transplant was his only hope.
Food Farmacy: Your Healing Kitchen
At a special plant-based, decaf-only cafe, the Adventist health message is alive and well.
A Cluster of Malignant Tumors
The woman had no hope. Her doctor felt tempted to dismiss her. Then he had an idea.
Southern Adventist University Alum Inducted into Hall of Fame
Longtime physician Robert Bowers included in Tennessee association list for 2022.
Son’s Journey Inspires Mom to Advocate for Early Autism Diagnosis
Myesha Oliver finds joy in celebrating her son’s milestones and inspiring others.
More Than a Decade Focusing on Mission
The latest edition of the ‘I Will Go’ initiative gathered 5,000 missionary hopefuls.
The Remarkable Life, So Far, of Rebekah Delaney
When everything seemed hopeless, God showed her He had a plan for her life.
Adventist Family Exemplifies the Joys, Costs of Mission Service
The Gramachos, from Brazil, served in Mongolia and now in Japan as part of Mission Unusual.
AdventHealth University Students Assist Honduras Patients
The service trip is part of the school’s global service-learning course.
Going Home to Support Flood Recovery Efforts
When he saw the destruction in his hometown, he knew he had to go there to help.
Young Patient Celebrates New Organ Amid Transplant Milestones
Loma Linda University Health reaches 1,000 living donor and 4,000 total transplants.
Healing Broken People
The Ministry of Celebrate Recovery
A Coffin on the Street
Adventist youth leader in Poland explains why we must share the gospel and how to do it.
Volunteering Highlights Need for Inclusion, Blind Adventist Says
Brazilian legally blind advocate shares her experience in helping people with disabilities.
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