News for May 2010

A Knock at the Door

June 01, 2010 / Carol Bovee

A smiling woman opened the door in response to our knock and swept us into her little home in Trujillo, Peru. When she learned we were visiting from North America, her eyebrows went up. With astonishment she turned to me and asked, "Then why are you here in my humble home?"

Georgiana, a local church member who accompanied us, told us Gabriella had been baptized a year before but had not been back to church since.

ACCION Un Cambio Radical en Cristo

June 01, 2010 / Nessy Pittau

"¡Lo que he experimentado con mi familia en los ultimos dias fue un cambio radical en nuestras vidas," me conto Arturo Rodriguez. Tuvimos el privilegio de asistir a las reuniones del hermano Carlos Salomé en la Iglesia Hispana de White Center y asimilamos verdades increíbles. Aunque somos Adventistas desde 2008, por primera vez aprendimos la importancia de hacer un culto familiar en nuestro hogar, de comer saludablemente y de devolver nuestro diezmo con fidelidad.

FYI

June 01, 2010

Better Life Expects Portland Signal Soon

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June 01, 2010

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Oops

June 01, 2010

CORRECTION

On page 9 in the Alaska section of the May GLEANER, the article titled "Truth 4 Youth in Gambell" was incorrectly edited to state "Mike Evans and Fran Hansen will soon occupy the Gambell parsonage ..." The original from the author correctly stated "Mike and Fran Hansen" would be the occupants. We hope both Mike Evans and Mike Hansen, as well as author Melvin Matthews, can now breathe a sigh of relief. We apologize for the confusion.

Academic Excellence Easily Maintained Students Receive Awards for Achievements

June 01, 2010

"What is an immortalized Schwann cell?" John McVay, Walla Walla University president, asked Lisa Barcelo, senior biochemistry major, from the platform of the University Church.

It was WWU's annual Alumni Homecoming Weekend awards event, when the president takes a few minutes to highlight a few of the many high-caliber projects on which students are working.

More WWU News Box

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CAA Grad Wins Student Employee of the Year

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LEGO Robotics National Champs Announced