Thanks for the Legacy

William Johnsson’s last hire says he was mostly about one thing.

Lessons Learned from the Waco Tragedy, 30 Years Later

What can happen when the Bible is misread and people’s freedoms are abused

Adventist Schools See Rising Enrollment Through Joint Effort

“Adventist colleges and universities need to work together,” education leader says.

Medical Mission Takes Off Again on Micronesia Islands

Guam Seventh-day Adventist Clinic visits Palau and Rota after the pandemic hiatus.

A Hospital for Sinners?

The job of a church is to help people heal, not to convince them they are not sick.

My Jackhammer Faith

A Seventh-day Adventist leader shares how he witnessed God providing in his life.

How Adventist Food Companies Support the Church’s Mission

Executives share initiatives that increase the visibility of the health and gospel messages.

‘God Loves Those Who Died as Much as Those He Saved’

An obstetrician in Türkiye comes to grips with tragedy in the wake of the earthquake.

‘We Are All Called to Be Ambassadors for Jesus’

NAD eHuddle event discusses best ministerial practices, listening to innovators.

Stand Up Like Jeremiah

With sensitive courage, all of us can be as faithful and committed as the prophet was.

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