Media

Bestseller: The Clifford Goldstein Story

Clifford Goldstein, well-known Adventist writer and editor, led a free-wheeling life as a young adult. He didn’t believe in much, but one thing he did believe in was truth. He just didn’t know what it was or where to find it. One dark night in the summer of 1979, his search ended with a decision that changed his life forever.

July 02, 2014

Blind Faith - Story of Luka

Luka Pasi is one of the people in his church most faithful in sharing his faith with his community — and he is blind. Learn more about what he is doing in his community to share his faith and how Tyler Long, Washington Conference  evangelism coach and Tobin Dodge, Port Orchard church pastor gave him the tools he needed to be effective. Read more about his story on the Gleaner.

June 30, 2014

Cyber Security and Churches

Nearly everything we do in our personal and corporate lives is centered in online technology. While this provides great efficiency, it also opens the door to risk. Technology and the Internet have impacted the operations of today's business world and the Church ministry environment as well. With these changes, cyber exposure has grown exponentially.

June 05, 2014

Unto The Ends

In this award-winning documentary, the lives of three medical workers intersect in the poorest of African countries. An American doctor, a Danish nurse, and a medical student put everything on the line to revive a dying hospital and raise the standard of healthcare in a brutally harsh environment.

May 28, 2014

Adventist Volunteer's Provide Bridges to Health

In April, nearly 600 Adventist medical volunteers gathered in San Francisco and Oakland, Calif., for the Bridges to Health outreach event. Over the course of three days, the group provided medical and dental services to almost 3,000 people. This medical mission trip was organized and sponsored by the Pacific Union Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries (ASI) chapter as well as the Pacific Union, Northern California, and Central California Conferences.

May 22, 2014

When the Biker Visited Church

During his sabbatical, Adventist pastor Marvin Wray traveled more than 12,000 miles on his motorcycle to visit more than 70 churches in a six-week period. To most churches he was an anonymous biker and this gave him a unique glimpse into the life and mission of Adventist churches. What worked and what didn't? Hear what Pastor Wray has to say in this video. 

May 22, 2014

Meeting God – Ken Norton

Have you ever had those moments where you weren't sure where God was? Ken Norton, Collegedale (TN) Adventist Church associate pastor, shares a defining moment in his relationship with God in this gripping short documentary by Nick Lindsay. The experience happened years ago while he was in Thailand as a student missionary.

May 19, 2014

Friendliness—A Key Factor in New Member Stories at the Bonney Lake, Washington Adventist Church

In Bonney Lake, Washington, the Adventist church has undergone a noticeable transformation. Pastor Vincent Saunders and Evangelist Jac Colón have noticed the efforts to be more friendly and share what they have seen, while Grace Gregory and Greg and Felicia Maxell recount how they came to worship here in this thriving church. This video was prepared for the Washington Conference 2014 constituency session.

April 10, 2014