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Como Flor de Loto

May 01, 2017

Una de las compañeras lanzó un rumor al grupo como quien esparcía un veneno al aire, y dijo: “Ella se podrá tomar un sábado libre, pero espero el día que la veremos aquí trabajando todos los sábados.” Sarita Aparicio solamente escuchaba. Al fondo se oía un coro de carcajadas burlescas que herían los oídos de alguien más. Eran los oídos de Luisa Alva; ella escuchaba con pena y simpatía el desdén y los desaires injustos.

¿Por qué no te defiendes, si te ofenden? Preguntó en una ocasión, Luisa a Sarita.

Northwest Pathfinders Experience the Bible

April 26, 2017 / Anthony White

On April 22, 80 Pathfinder teams met in Chicago Ill., for the sixth annual North American Division (NAD) Pathfinder Bible Experience final testing event. Four Pathfinder club teams in the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) placed first place at the final level of Pathfinder Bible Experience testing, with four more teams placing second.

Fresh Direction for ASI Northwest

April 26, 2017 / Steve Vistaunet

The melting pot of Adventist members and mission is nowhere more evident than at an Adventist-laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI) convention. That diversity, coupled with a common passion for sharing Christ in the marketplace, was a centerpiece of the recent ASI Northwest (ASI NW) convention held April 21–23 in Boise, Idaho. Chapter leaders James Rafferty, Rick Westermeyer and Fred Cornforth put together a rich menu of speakers and topics germane to the ASI mission.

Social Media Brings Old Topic to Life

April 20, 2017 / Carrie White

Two days before the event, more than 600 people were preregistered for the Voice of Prophecy’s “In Search of Meaning: Archaeology and the Bible” March 3 opening night event in Puyallup, Wash. The only problem? The venue had just 300 seats.

In an effort to accommodate the hundreds interested in attending, Voice of Prophecy contacted each registrant and asked if they would be willing to switch to an added time slot. Most were happy to help make room for more visitors.

Adventist Church Adopts New Global Identity System

April 13, 2017

During the annual Seventh-day Adventist world church spring executive committee meeting on April 11, in Silver Spring, Md., members voted to adopt a new identity guideline system for global use.

With the Adventist Church operating in more than 200 countires and territories around the world, and worshiping in more than 900 languages, a cohesivie visual identity was challenging but something church administrators and leaders were eager to accomplish.

Adventist Health Announces New Directions in Walla Walla

April 03, 2017

Adventist Health has announced intentions to transfer control of Walla Walla General Hospital (WWGH) and related services to Walla Walla Providence in Walla Walla, Wash., this summer. As part of the transfer agreement, Adventist Health will continue an active presence in the area with plans to administer a special fund for new and innovative services within the Walla Walla Valley.

Will America Exchange Liberty for Security?

March 31, 2017 / Martin Weber

Will America forfeit civil and religious liberties in quest of national security? Our cities seethe with political and racial turmoil, while threats multiply from radical Islamic terrorism. Some foresee a crisis of such magnitude only God can save us. Desperate leaders could transform American democracy into theocracy.

How could that happen? What might it look like?

Consider the following imaginative scenario:[i]