Auburn Students Serve During Spring Break

May 01, 2018 / Gina Hubin

Auburn Adventist Academy (AAA) in Auburn, Wash., sent two student groups during spring break around the world to serve in Belize and the Philippines.

The first group of 30 students spent 12 days in Belize at the King’s Children’s Home to help improve the facility and build relationships with the staff and children.

“The kids inspired us with their capacity to learn so much from their limited resources,” says Lauren Richert, a junior student.

God’s Got His Running Shoes On

May 01, 2018 / Shelley Bacon

“Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Lord … will not grow tired or weary … but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength … they will run and not grow weary” (Isa. 40:27). Have you ever thought of God as a runner, running after His children, longing for them to run with Him, to be with Him, to be changed by Him? Students at Upper Columbia Academy (UCA) in Spangle, Wash., have.

Grays Harbor Students Serve Homeless Community

May 01, 2018 / Adria Hay

Grays Harbor Adventist Christian School students prepared meals for the homeless in Grays Harbor County, Wash., this past winter.

With the coordination and assistance from their teacher, Adria Hay, and classroom aides Michelle Schneider and Katrina Kurtz, students prepared peanut butter sandwiches and lentil soup.

Grays Harbor Adventist Christian School was recently awarded a Don Keele Award for home economic supplies. With the new supplies, the school will be able to extend their community outreach projects.

Medieval Adventure Comes to Tualatin Valley Academy

May 01, 2018 / Rachel Blackburn

Students in Kimberly Clifton’s fifth-grade class at Tualatin Valley Academy in Hillsboro, Ore., got to combine learning with a lot of fun this school year thanks to her innovative teaching style.

This spring, Clifton’s students read The Door in the Wall, a book set in medieval England. It is the story of a young boy named Robin who overcomes adversity and finds strength in his weakness throughout his quest to be recognized by the king.

God's Oil Still Flows in La Paz

May 01, 2018 / Sandy Larsen

It was just a small bottle of oil. Maybe a couple of ounces and not as much as the widow had. But it was enough. It was all they needed.

Land had been secured in La Paz, Baja California, Mexico, and plans were underway to construct a Center of Influence in this little neighborhood called Santa Fe that needed to be reached for God. It would be a community center where free physician consults, dental exams, dietary advice, clothing distribution and much more could be shared with neighbors. There would be classes and fellowship, and, finally, there would be worship.

CAA Experiences Old Memories, New Gym and Answered Prayers

April 30, 2018 / Larry Hiday

“Learning” and “meeting the mission of Seventh-day Adventist Christian education” are not isolated to classroom experiences but can take place wherever intentional effort has been planned. At Columbia Adventist Academy (CAA) in Battle Ground, Wash., that intent extends from the classroom to the athletic and music facilities and out to the broader community.

MEA Donors Change Lives Through Generous Financial Support

April 30, 2018 / Brian Schaffner

For the past three years, I have been witness to God’s incredible blessings at Mount Ellis Academy (MEA) in Bozeman, Mont. I have seen blessings in the form of many people who support our school, sacrificing financially to make an Adventist education possible for those who might not otherwise be able to send their kids to MEA.

And while I tell everyone who will listen that Mount Ellis Academy admits all students regardless of financial need, I will admit that sometimes my faith is not strong enough. 

BVAS Rallies to Support Family

April 30, 2018 / Melanie Lawson

Romans 12:13 was a continuing theme for the students, staff, families of Boise Valley Adventist School (BVAS), and members of the Cloverdale Church in Boise, Idaho, after learning the needs of one school family.

The events of a Wednesday in January and days to follow would change the life of the Smith* family. “Kyle* is never absent, and I worried that something might be wrong when he didn’t show up for school,” recalls Kyle’s teacher, Stacee Campbell.