Sometimes, all we need is for someone to ask, “Are you OK?”
In Waterbury, Connecticut, 320 Adventists gather and march to show they care.
At Andrews University, advocates are challenged to engage as they pinpoint God’s ideal.
In Omaha, Nebraska, a group of members has found a novel way of being a blessing.
Volunteers from the Physician Assistant program helped teens with pre-competition physicals.
What are the effects on our brains when we overdo time spent viewing device screens?
Peru can answer to dozens of commands and work with people toward treatment goals.
Doctor on staff says God prepared the medical center to deal with the pandemic before it began.
US$20,000 was awarded to the School of Pharmacy to assist the underrepresented.
“We had the faith of a mustard seed, and I knew we could move mountains.”
Bietz Center for Student Life brings student-focused services and resources under one roof.
Members purchase and distribute winter coats, underwear, toddlers’ clothes, and infant formula.
Ken Shaw was inaugurated as 27th president of the school on September 30.
In the U.S., a congregation’s blood drive highlights the importance of being a church that listens.
In advertising and branding, there is something every Adventist member can do.