Kamiah (Idaho) Church members planned a "Carols for Christ" worship service during this past Christmas season to honor Jesus by depicting His miraculous birth, ministry on Earth, atoning death, incRead more
God used one courageous girl to save thousands of her own people from destruction - and he overturned the plots of an evil man to spare an innocent one. Even in desperate situations, God is able to reverse seemingly inescapable fate. What could he do for you?Read more
Renae Young has accepted the invitation of the Montana Conference to become superintendent of education and youth ministries director.Read more
When Billy Graham’s death made it onto social media, I sifted through a variety of passionate responses — not all of them pleasant.Read more
The Walla Walla University community gathered last month in our campus church sanctuary in a challenging context.Read more
Recently I bore the crushing burden of a stopover in Fiji after preaching for a camp meeting in New Zealand. More specifically, I spent two days on the remote Mana Island — population 400.Read more
John McVay’s* recent worship presentation at Walla Walla University (WWU), andRead more
With the recent events on the Walla Walla University (WWU) campus, Alex Bryan, Walla Walla University Church (WWUC) senior pastor, felt called to preach his April 7 Sabbath sermon on racism, justice and diversity.
During the sermon, Bryan invited four WWU students to come on stage and express how the recents events had impacted them.
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On April 3, John McVay, Walla Walla University (WWU) president, addressed a campus-wide assembly regarding the core values of the university. In his comments, which included a response to a recent racist social media post on campus, McVay called for respect and care for one another. Citing the apostle Paul, McVay urged the campus family to unite by reconciling everything and everyone in Christ.
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