Heidi Baumgartner

Washington Conference communication director
Washington Conference

Heidi Baumgartner serves as communication director for Washington Conference. She helps 110 churches, 20 schools and 35-plus ministries tell stories about how people and ministries are living God's mission.

Innovation Labs Encourage Listening

Lyapa Simuzoshya sat by herself at a table and watched as young adults filtered into the room, found friends, chose tables and prepared for the start of Innovation Lab.

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Woody Commissioned to Gospel Ministry

Washington Conference commissioned Auburn Adventist Academy chaplain Jennifer Woody on Dec. 16, 2017.

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AMEN Tacoma Meets Community Medical Needs

Melody was diagnosed with a brain tumor back in July. She had had cancer previously, it had gone into remission, and then it came back.

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Kirkland Ministry Hackathon Begins

Linden Goffar has a dream of bringing together developers and nondevelopers alike to accelerate ministry through technology. And he is doing something about it!

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Maranatha Launches Free Legal Clinic

Community advocate Carolyn Brown knows all about sandwich making, homeless feeding and community networking.

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Pastors Whitehead, Wilson, Bryan Ordained

This summer, Washington Conference ordained three pastors: Ryan Whitehead in June, Ryan Wilson in July and Don Bryan in August.

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Forest Park Students Visit Honorary Grandparents

Once a month, Sunrise View Assisted Living opens its doors to students from Forest Park Adventist Christian School in Everett, Wash.

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Evangelism Partnership Unites South Sound Members

It almost didn’t happen. A couple years ago, Washington Conference and Voice of Prophecy began discussing a regionwide evangelism partnership.

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Olympia Students Learn 'Math for Life'

Students from Olympia (Wash.) Christian School (OCS) and other school partners in the community had a special two-week task in March and April.

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SAGE Sees Miracles en Route to India

Two weeks before the SAGE (Seniors in Action for God with Excellence) India trip, someone asked Bob Grady, SAGE president, how were things going. "Great," he replied.

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