Does God ever want us to turn down opportunities to develop our talents? Is using our talents for God more about attitude, method, or results?
Craig Mattson will be leaving his role for the past five years as principal of Northwest Christian School in Puyallup, Wash., to become Washington Conference vice presidentRead more
Craig Carr has accepted the invitation of the Washington Conference executive committee to serve as the new conference vice president of administration.Read more
How you can experience the healing power of love and intimacy.
In the contemporary world of global citizenship and seemingly endless information, how far does the net of “neighbor” reach? Are we responsible to know about every crisis or need in the world? How can we possibly help everyone? If we can’t, how can we decide who to help and who to leave to others?
Since she was a child, Jessica Lee envisioned one day entering a profession that involved caring for small children. She especially sensed her special connection with babies.Read more
It almost didn’t happen. A couple years ago, Washington Conference and Voice of Prophecy began discussing a regionwide evangelism partnership.Read more
While members of the Walla Walla University (WWU) community struggled their way through mounds of snow and subzero temperatures last winter, Rob Frohne, professor of engineering, eRead more
It was the sunny Sabbath afternoon before Easter and had been a year in the making.Read more