A new Maker Space opened this school year for Washington's Kirkland Adventist School (KSDA) and Puget Sound Adventist Academy (PSAA) students to use in creative exploration and expression.Read more
John McVay became the 23rd president of Walla Walla College in College Place, Wash., in July 2006. With a decade of leadership completed this year, McVay will soon become the third-longest leadingRead more
The first through fourth grades from Three Sisters Adventist Christian School (TSACS) in Bend, Ore., visited Neighbor Impact, a community service organization in Redmond, Ore., on Friday, Sept.Read more
It was party time again in Havre and heaven on Sept. 3, 2016, when Sara Damson made public her commitment to Jesus.Read more
All summer long Camp MiVoden in Hayden, Idaho, has an impact on staff and campers for Christ.Read more
“During the recession, we lost our home,” says Sharon,* mother of a Portland Adventist Academy (PAA) student. “We had to move, and my son Tim* had to attend new schools. It was hard on him.Read more
Bellevue Church observed Adventist Heritage Sabbath on Oct. 22 and paid tribute to the Great Disappointment of 172 years earlier, which led to the founding of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.Read more
The mission field has moved into your neighborhood!
Elmer Hart, member of the Gig Harbor Company, was a WWII army medic and conscientious objector who served just down the beach from Hacksaw Ridge in 1945. Hart was drafted in 1943, 20-year-old at the time, while he was attending Walla Walla University. Read his story in the Tacoma News Tribune.