Media

Raindrops [iBelieveBible]

December 01, 2017

Perhaps you have encountered instances of pain and suffering in your life that have made you wonder whether God is being just or not?

Acts of Kindness

November 30, 2017

Watch this amazing story of how the Church in the Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church in Langley, British Columbia, Canada transformed their church to reach out into the community and make a positive difference.

How can your church or ministry be inspired by this and made a different in your community?

Provider [iBelieveBible]

November 24, 2017

If Elijah can witness the signs and wonders he did and still lose faith in God’s providence, how are supposed to maintain faith?

2017 NPUC Children's Leadership Conference Recap

November 17, 2017

On Oct. 12–15, the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) held their second Children's Leadership Conference in Portland, Ore.

Take a look at this video recap of the event by TLT Pathfinder, Timothy Fullard-Leo.

Monarch [iBelieveBible]

November 17, 2017

Should Christian attitudes towards government change depending on the type of government? Do we have a responsibility to bless and pray for elected leaders if we did not vote for them?

On This Rock [ASWWU]

November 16, 2017

Walla Walla University students hope to raise $60,000 to further develop a trade school in Bohoc, Haiti that will teach Haitians the skills to build infrastructures and sustain themselves through agriculture.

Song of Love [iBelieveBible]

November 10, 2017

Song of Solomon is one of the only two books in the Bible that does not mention God or prayer at all (the other one is Esther). Why do you think it is in the Bible? Is Song of Solomon a book of advice about sexual morality, or a celebration of sexuality?

If Song of Solomon were not primarily a book about sexual moral advice, would that take away from the moral teachings of the rest of the Bible?

Underdogs [iBelieveBible]

November 03, 2017

Why do you think we tend to side with the underdog? What is it about underdog stories that make us appreciate the apparently weaker person?