Hudson to Initiate NPUC Creation Resource Center

Stan Hudson, who has served as pastor of the Moscow (Idaho) and Pullman (Wash.) churches, will soon take on a new role, developing a North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) Creation Resource Center. In this role, he will gather creation resources; coordinate study programs; plan field trips for pastors, teachers and students; present weekend creation seminars at Northwest churches; and visit academies and elementary schools for science presentations and weeks of prayer. Hudson is known for his creation seminars and Lifetalk Radio show Sink the Beagle.

“I am delighted that Stan Hudson has accepted this important opportunity,” says Max Torkelsen, NPUC president. “The more I have studied the creation topic, the more I realize how foundational it is to our biblical view as Adventists. This will provide an important resource for Northwest members, both young and old."

Hudson plans to begin this new task in January, initially establishing a resource center at the NPUC office in Ridgefield, Wash. Watch for further information at gleanernow.com and in future issues of the Gleaner.

September 30, 2015 / Intersections
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