“I am very grateful to our community who provide so many donations, and our volunteers who make it possible to provide this needed service,” says David Ross, Lois Davidson Better Living Center direRead more
Valley Adventist Christian School has adopted 2 miles of highway just south of Kalispell, Montana. This project has been a mission activity of the students for several years.Read more
Dec. 7, 1892, was a banner day for 103 eager scholars enrolled for the first day of classes at the newly established Walla Walla College.Read more
It was not your usual group of men waiting in the lobby of Boise Oral Surgery and Dental Implant Center. It was 5:30 p.m.Read more
Diana Quiroz, a sophomore at Milo Adventist Academy in Days Creek, Ore., was raised in an Adventist Christian home in southern California.Read more
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- Celebrating 125 Years of Community at WWU
“Walla Walla College stirred to life well before dawn on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1892,” wrote Terrie Dopp Aamodt in her book Bold Venture: A History of Walla Walla College. The school was primarily a residential campus then as it is today.
“Walla Walla College stirred to life well before dawn on Wednesday, December 7, 1892,” wrote Terrie Dopp Aamodt in her book “Bold Venture: A History of Walla Walla College.” The school was primarily a residential campus then as it is today. The Administration Building—the only building on campus at the time—housed classrooms, kitchen, dining hall, worship facilities, and was home to nearly all faculty and students.
The New Testament story of Jesus, the true Chosen One and the greatest hero of all, we begin with a look into his family history, his genealogy, for clues about what this particular hero is all about. The first thing we encounter in Matthew 1:1-17 is a careful account of how a lineage of men can be traced from Abraham (the founding father of the Jewish faith) to “Joseph, the husband of Mary, [...] the mother of Jesus who is called the Messiah” (Matthew 1:16).