Adventist Community Services (ACS) Disaster Response in Texas distributes clothing and other items to victims of Hurricane Harvey. ACS DR director and assistant director, Marshall and Julie Gonzales, explain how ACS DR has been helping with an immediate response. CREDIT: Tim Wolfer/NAD
Daniel R. Jackson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, issues offering appeal: On Sept. 9, 2017, churches across the North American Division (NAD) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church will collect a special offering to support the relief efforts of Adventist Community Services (ACS) after millions in Texas and Louisiana were impacted by the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Harvey.
My name is Jenna Fishburn. I feel compelled by God to share my testimony with other youth to whom God is speaking like He did to me.Read more
One of the most famous stories from the Bible finds the people of Israel far removed from their homeland, enslaved in the land of Egypt. While the story of how they got there in the first place involves a young man named Joseph – who God chose to save not only his own family but the entire Egyptian nation – the deeds of this Hebrew hero would be forgotten by the powers of Egypt, and Joseph’s own people would be enslaved and oppressed for hundreds of years.
What role does creation ministries play in the mission and message of our church? How does faith and science align with those beliefs?
As the devastating effects from wind, rain and flooding grow in Texas, Louisiana, and beyond, Northwest Adventists have several ways they can help with relief efforts for the areas and people hit hRead more
- Is it Still Relevant?
On the eve of All Saints Day, October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, a professor at the new University of Wittenberg in Germany, shares 95 statements, or theses, as a call to scholarly discussion.
Elden Ramirez has accepted the invitation of the Montana Conference board of directors to serve as conference president.Read more
Some people go their entire lives without giving much thought to how the holy book they hold so dear came to be. It would be nice to imagine that an angel flew to earth and handed someone – perhaps the Apostle John – a ready-made Bible with all the approved books contained within, written in fancy-sounding English. Unfortunately, the question of Biblical inspiration – and the resulting questions of interpretation and translation that come with it – are much more complicated than that.