Eve Rusk

Idaho Conference communication director
Idaho Conference

Wife of one husband, Terry; mother of two sons, Ted & Keith; mother-in-law to Debbie and Lindsey (respectively); grandmother to Jenaya, Kitana, Shaylee, Mia, Torben, and a sixth to be named later coming in August 2016. Worked at Idaho Conference since 1997 as administrative assistant, communication director, Planned Giving and Trust Services director. Love whitewater rafting, kayaking (Class II). Breast cancer survivor since 2009!

Pocatello Church Members Learn to Connect With Native Americans

A small group of church members gathered at the Pocatello (Idaho) Church on Friday evening, Feb.


Idaho Conference 2018 Camp Meeting

This year's camp meeting is June 12–16, 2018, on the campus of Gem State Adventist Academy in Caldwell, Idaho. We have chosen a theme of "Keeping God Real!"


Boise Hispanic Group Becomes a Company

A new Hispanic company was organized on Sabbath, May 13, 2017, at the Boise Valley Adventist School.


Children's Ministry Leaders Learn to Empower Young Heroes

Children’s ministries leaders in the Idaho Conference came for a weekend of learning to “Empower Our Young Heroes” in early October.


Face to Face or Facebook to Facebook?

“Hi! My name is Kris. Would you like to hear about a miracle?” Thus begins the witness of a church member in the Twin Falls Church.


Nine Baptized at Idaho Camp Meeting

Idaho Conference Camp Meeting 2016 was actually an Evangelism Summit.


Impact ’16 Calls Youth to Be the Sermon

On Friday evening, March 4, 2016, more than 40 Hispanic young people and adult sponsors met in the chapel of the south dorm at Gem State Adventist Academy in Caldwell. The reason?


Garnet Members Renew Commitment

Reconsecration is a time to remember what drives you, what your purpose is.


Cloverdale Hosts Prayer Concert

Randy Maxwell, Kuna Church pastor and Idaho Conference prayer ministries coordinator, led a concert of prayer at the Cloverdale Church in Boise on Sept.


Women Embrace the Abundant Life

I have never been a “girly girl.” My sisters and I liked playing football, baseball, kickball. We liked competing with the boys. I don’t really like drinking tea either.