The radio ministry in Roundup, Mont., continues to reach the community and outlying areas with Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) programs and a weekly, locally produced show.
A small group of members from the Roundup Church anchor the Monday afternoon program, Let's Talk About That, which they broadcast from the church basement. This program was developed by Andrew Raduly, pastor, and Kay Dickerson. It was decided to continue this outreach after Raduly accepted a call to Virginia.
Walla Walla University is pleased to introduce 12 new members of the university faculty: (front row, from left) Amanda Lewis, assistant professor of social work; Licci Zemleduch, instructor in business; C.J.
Long ago, on the Judean hills surrounding the city of Bethlehem, a small group of blue-collar laborers were on the night shift. Conscientious, curious and honest, they believed in God and hoped for the soon coming deliverer of Israel. On this night, God granted them the privilege of being a part of the most important story in the universe.
Everett (Wash.) Indonesian American Church was excited to host a community Bible prophecy seminar in September 2018.
Each Friday night during a vespers-style program, Eddy Saerang, Everett Indonesian Church personal ministry leader, led his audience through four chapters of Daniel.
Virginia Elaine Webb was baptized Oct. 6, 2018, in the Falls City Church by Lary Brown, pastor. It was a very special day, as her 95-year-old mother, who had prayed for her all her life and was from the Palmer (Alaska) Church, was present along with all four of Webb's children with their families.
Singing “When the Saints Go Marching In” with gusto and with rhythm instruments in hand, children of the Bellingham, Wash., area enter a local rehabilitation center. They gather into formation and then offer to share their instruments with the residents so they too can sing and play along.
When Greg Griffitts got into the patrol car for the first time in Hermiston, Ore., he didn’t know he’d be sitting in many more police vehicles in the future. After all, it’s not the most common hangout for an Adventist pastor.
Almost five years ago, Griffitts was approached by another pastor friend who had been serving as a police chaplain. “Greg, I think you would really enjoy chaplaincy,” his friend said.