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The Mission Next Door: Camp Polaris

We all know that mission fields exist around the world, but did you know there is a mission in our own backyard? A portion of this month's Sabbath School mission offering will be going to Camp Polaris, a summer camp operated by the Alaska Conference on the remote Lake Aleknagik outside of Dillingham. The camp, which operates for one week each summer, is in desperate need of some upgrades. The money from the offerings will go to build a shower house for the campers as well as provide mattresses for the cabins.

January 28, 2015

Stand Firm & See - 2015 Religious Liberty Campaign

Whether we realize it or not, all of us have been blessed by the values of religious liberty. Our church’s Liberty magazine has been a beacon of those values, sent to many government officials, judges, attorneys and civic leaders. Religious liberty is a tenuous gift—dependent on our country’s Constitution and those who interpret it. This Sabbath we have an opportunity to continue to support lifting up this important principle and practice to our regional and national leaders. As you contribute to the mission of our church this Sabbath, add a generous offering for Liberty magazine.

January 21, 2015

A History of General Conference Sessions

The first General Conference session for the Adventist Church was held in 1863. Twenty delegates, all men, representing five conferences from the Northeast and Midwest, met for for just three days — and then kicked off an evangelistic campaign. Today, with 18 million members around the globe, the logistics of steering the work of the church is far more complex. Watch this online video from David Trim, world church historian, on the unique history of this important global church business meeting.

January 08, 2015

Breaking a Bad Habit

Got a bad habit you need to break? Heather Quintana, Vibrant Life editor, explains how 20 seconds may be all that stands between you and improving your life. Watch this short video and learn how kick those old habits and start some new ones for the new year!

January 08, 2015

Christmas Truce

What is it like for people on two sides of a line to put aside differences and join united, even if for a short time? The story of the Christmas truce in World War I  is something many have grown up hearing, though no one know for sure exactly how it happened. Sainsbury, a British department store reenacted the story for a their Christmas ad. In the process of creating the ad, they did some extensive research on the story and how it came about. You can watch the full ad below.

December 23, 2014

Called to Serve

Emily Whitney was going to be a teacher. She had passion, education, and practice. But while she was serving as a student missionary teacher, she felt God call her in another direction. Watch Whitney tell her story of God's call in her life and how she responded.

December 17, 2014

What is your story?

Everyone has a story and in a recent video, Stephen Farr, Walla Walla University student, shares his story of redemption. Depression led to drugs and a party life but something changed when his sister found him.

December 04, 2014

The Year in 10 Minutes

Dan Jackson, North American Division president, introduces this short video which portrays several major mission-focused events during 2014. Step out of your own rut for a few minutes and watch what God has been doing around our country through Adventist members young and old.

November 04, 2014

A Matter Of Conscience

The year was 1914 and war was on the horizon in Britain. Of the roughly 2,500 Adventist members in the United Kingdom, 130 were conscripted to serve in World War I (WWI). While these men were loyal subjects of the British crown, they were more devoted Christians and felt it was against their conscience to serve as soldiers. Not only would they be forced to carry a weapon, but also forced to serve on Sabbath.

October 09, 2014