“God made each of us unique!” That was the message given to five youth during the first Sabbath in November at the Orient Adventist Fellowship Company in northeast Washington.Read more
The students at Cedarbrook Adventist Christian School (Hadlock, Wash.) and Poulsbo (Wash.) Adventist School spent two days together this fall studying chum salmon runs on the Olympic Peninsula.Read more
The annual Western Deaf Camp Meeting was held July 9–16, 2017, at Milo Adventist Academy in Days Creek, Ore. This was an exciting event because this was the 40th anniversary of this camp meeting.Read more
To be human is to be mortal. Every moment of our lives, as we laugh and cry, work and play, celebrate and love, the shadow of this inescapable and ultimate reality lurks in the background: you, and everyone you love, are going to die someday. Memento Mori. “Remember you must die.”
Students at Milo Adventist Academy in Days Creek, Ore., recently took a school day to help elderly neighbors in their community.Read more
John McVay, Walla Walla University president, is ecstatic over the grand opening of the renovated Bowers Hall during the university’s 125th Anniversary celebration.
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Perhaps you have encountered instances of pain and suffering in your life that have made you wonder whether God is being just or not?
Watch this amazing story of how the Church in the Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church in Langley, British Columbia, Canada transformed their church to reach out into the community and make a positive difference.
How can your church or ministry be inspired by this and made a different in your community?
Gilbert "Gil" Plubell, long-time leader in Adventist education, died at his home in Boring, Ore., on Thanksgiving evening, Nov. 23, 2017, after a long illness. He had just turned 87.Read more