Because of their prophetic beliefs, Seventh-day Adventists have imagined a world without religious freedom perhaps more than most people of faith.
My cell phone rang. It was Jeffrey Britt, a member of the Bremerton Church in Washington.
Jeffrey Britt is a 30-year Navy veteran who decided to come back to work at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS) as a civil service employee. His employer was harassing him about requesting time off work to observe Sabbath, and they had a legal document they wanted him to sign.
We offer here a glimpse of several photos submitted for the 2016 Images of Creation photo contest, combined with thoughts from Ellen White excerpted from the book Child Guidance, pages 53–58. Nature is indeed a lesson book for young and old who are willing to learn from the Creator.
They’re creative, perceptive, determined and smart. Meet four inspiring Walla Walla University students who are primed intellectually, socially, professionally and spiritually to rub shoulders with men and women in offices, labs and libraries spreading hope in a hurting world.
It wasn’t Christmas, and I was far from the Christmas spirit. It was the day I quit trusting people. At least people who looked like him.
Maranatha Volunteers International is well-known for sharing construction skills in mission projects around the world. But this summer, it debuted one of its unique programs for the first time in North America. And it happened right here in the Northwest, at Milo Adventist Academy.
Health care is full of buzzwords, and one you may have heard lately is “population health.” While the term’s definition varies, the common thread is the improvement of health in the communities we serve.
Adventist Health is committed to realizing our mission, “to share God’s love by providing physical, mental and spiritual healing,” in the 75-plus communities we serve every day.