Nearly everything we do in our personal and corporate lives is centered in online technology. While this provides great efficiency, it also opens the door to risk. Technology and the Internet have impacted the operations of today's business world and the Church ministry environment as well. With these changes, cyber exposure has grown exponentially.
On Sabbath, April 19, 2014, the Puget Sound Adventist Academy (PSAA) Chorale presented The Power of the Cross, a musical production written by Mark Hayes and directed by EstynRead more
If the shoe fits … wear it! But if it doesn’t, then what? The students at Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend, Ore., know what to do.Read more
What is known as the Easter season saw many special presentations at the McMinnville Church, along with a month’s worth of sermons by Jerry Joubert, pastor, focusing on the passion weeRead more
This school year, the fifth- and sixth-grade students at Skagit Adventist Academy in Burlington started a composting program.Read more
Portland Adventist Academy (PAA) students, staff and parents had the privilege to hear and meet Alter Wiener, an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor and author of From a Name to a Number, in aRead more
Camp Berachah near Auburn, Washington, is a beautiful spot, with meeting halls and cabins arranged amidst sun-dappled trees.
The North Pacific Union Conference Planned Giving department has released a video that details the importance of adding digital life assets and guardianship to your estate plan. The video features Troy and Renée Patzer as they share why it's important for young families to make a will and plan for what will happen to their children in case of their death.
In this award-winning documentary, the lives of three medical workers intersect in the poorest of African countries. An American doctor, a Danish nurse, and a medical student put everything on the line to revive a dying hospital and raise the standard of healthcare in a brutally harsh environment.