Guide magazine publishes a sharing issue, Death’s Doom, on the state of the dead that’s geared to early teens.
Former animist believers are thankful to be happy and free from the world of spirits.
There is help available, says Loma Linda recovery program graduate.
In Canada, satisfying the needs of residents opens new roads into a reluctant community.
It has treated more than 21,500 people, 14,000 of those being prostate cancer patients.
These Adventist doctors are part of a family with nine members in the field.
What is the most difficult mountain to climb?
Adventist radio stations in the U.S. are taking the gospel to a vast Native reservation.
Andrews University hosts Change Weekend to assist and support area neighbors.
Oregon’s Gladstone is being used as an evacuation site amid raging inferno.
An artist and photographer reflects on the faith-building role of Adventist education.
Enrollment dips, but commitment to providing safe, high-quality education remains.
Andrews University’s International Center for Trauma Education & Care hosts virtual training.
He is remembered for being a mission-minded visionary with a penchant for action.
Four biblical principles to change your media sharing and consuming habits for the better