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.

Lasher Commissioned to Ministry

Gayle Lasher’s gifts in pastoral ministry were recognized during a commissioning service in early October.

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Vivier Ordained to Ministry

When friends, family and colleagues affirmed the ministry and calling of Paul Vivier in late October, they talked about his dedication to God, to his family and to the church.

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New Ministerial and Evangelism Team Introduced

Washington Conference is pleased to introduce a new ministerial and evangelism team. Tyler Long will serve as evangelism coordinator, and Bill Roberts will serve as ministerial director.

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Community Shows Support for Northwest Christian’s Music Program

Students at Northwest Christian School (NCS) in Puyallup heartily belted out the lyrics to “I’m in the Lord’s Army” and “How Great Is Our God” in the midst of their week of prayer on Wednesday, Oct

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Port Angeles Celebrates the Oldest New Church

Port Angeles Church had a facility that was disproportionate to its needs: classroom space for 120, sanctuary space for 80 and fellowship hall space for 40.

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Camper Finds New Hope at Sunset Lake

Jordain Webber sat on the grass along Sunset Lake in Wilkeson on a fading Sabbath afternoon on Aug. 16.

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Teachers Learn to Spark Student Interest in Math and Science

While students enjoy a summer break, many teachers go back to school in summer months to pursue professional growth.

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The Heavenly Tradition of Camp Meeting

If you take an audience survey at Washington Adventist Camp Meeting, you will discover a large percentage of people who come “by tradition” year after year.

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Totem Pole Tells Sunset Lake Story

Monte Church once took a two-year course in Native carving.

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Enumclaw Gives Bibles to Panama

Brett Lains loves his Bible so much that, after a serious accident 12 years ago, the first thing he asked for in the hospital was his Bible.

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