The Growing Young Project

April 25, 2018

How can we as a church engage, reach and love younger generations better? How do we create the leadership of not only the future, but today? How do we change our culture so that every member is empowered to fulfill their calling for Jesus Christ?

Gleaner Dialogue: WWU Diversity Discussion with John McVay

April 24, 2018

Steve Vistaunet, Gleaner editor, conducted a 30-minute video interview with John McVay on April 17. During that interview, McVay acknowledged that the initial social media incident has provided the university with an opportunity to reflect on deeper issues of diversity and positive ways forward. He highlighted eight specific areas of diversity focus that will be immediately addressed. Click to watch the entirety of that interview.

From East to West [Adventist Mission]

April 19, 2018

The North American Division's territory spans over 12 time zones from Bermuda in the east, to Palau in the west. This gives Adventist schools the opportunity to serve students from various backgrounds and communities. Watch this month's Adventist Mission story and visit two schools from each end of the NAD to see how God is working.

Esther [iBelieveBible]

April 13, 2018

God used one courageous girl to save thousands of her own people from destruction - and he overturned the plots of an evil man to spare an innocent one. Even in desperate situations, God is able to reverse seemingly inescapable fate. What could he do for you?

There is Neither Jew Nor Gentile [WWUC]

April 07, 2018

With the recent events on the Walla Walla University (WWU) campus, Alex Bryan, Walla Walla University Church (WWUC) senior pastor, felt called to preach his April 7 Sabbath sermon on racism, justice and diversity.

During the sermon, Bryan invited four WWU students to come on stage and express how the recents events had impacted them.

Click Read more to watch Bryan's sermon.

WWU President Addresses Racism [WWU]

April 03, 2018

On April 3, John McVay, Walla Walla University (WWU) president, addressed a campus-wide assembly regarding the core values of the university. In his comments, which included a response to a recent racist social media post on campus, McVay called for respect and care for one another. Citing the apostle Paul, McVay urged the campus family to unite by reconciling everything and everyone in Christ.

Click Read more to watch McVay's Address.