Media

Dear Donor: A Letter from WWU Students [WWU]

September 13, 2018

Sabbath, Sept. 29, Northwest members will have an opportunity in their churches or through AdventistGiving.org to contribute to a special offering for Walla Walla University (WWU). Watch this video in which WWU students express their gratitude for all the support our churches and members provide through prayers, mentoring, hospitality and financial support.

WWU Student Missionary Shares Passion for Service [NAD]

August 23, 2018

Madeline Ringering, Wenatchee Adventist Church member, is a student missionary (SM) at the Pohnpei Adventist School in Micronesia. Ringering, who is a junior at Walla Walla University, was committed to, yet anxious about, being an SM. After completing one year as an SM, Ringering is going back this fall to the mission school to teach the same group of students, moving from first grade to second. In this video, Ringering, who is featured on the August 2018 Adventist Journey magazine cover, explains why.

I Am [Adventist Media]

July 26, 2018

Have you ever wondered if there was more to life? Join in watching this video series that will give you a chance to uncover the true meaning and purpose for all of our lives. It's an opportunity to examine the evidence of who Jesus Christ really is and what his death and resurrection means for all of us.

Student Missionary Interviews - Pohnpei and Majuro [NAD]

July 05, 2018

Will you go? Learn why being a student missionary is important for five young adult college students teaching on the Guam-Micronesia Mission islands of Pohnpei (Pohnpei Seventh-day Adventist Mission School) and Majuro (Delap Seventh-day Adventist Mission School) during 2018 interviews. This video also includes footage from the Laura Seventh-day Adventist School on Majuro.

From Parties to Pastor: WWU Graduate Shares His Journey [NAD]

June 28, 2018

Joey Barajas is a 2018 graduate from Walla Walla University (WWU) in College Place, Wash. Barajas, who earned a bachelor's degree in theology from the university, was on a very different path just a couple years ago. After recommitting his life to Christ, Barajas received a surprise in the mail: an invitation to visit WWU. He did, decided he needed to go to college there, and how he's ready for what God has in store next. Barajas is featured on the July 2018 North American Division (NAD) Adventist Journey magazine cover.

For the Class of 2018 [ASWWU]

June 21, 2018

The class of 2018 included students from 20 states and 18 countries. Not only were many cultures represented within this class, but a broad age range was represented as well. The youngest senior was 19, while the oldest was 60.