Charles Teel, Jr., beloved La Sierra University professor of religion and society, social justice crusader, and missions advocate, died on Sept. 1, 2017, at age 78 after a brief battle with West Nile Virus. He was just two months into his retirement.
On Friday, Sept., 8, 2017, the Pacific Press Publishing Association board of directors voted to invite Miguel Valdivia to assume the role of vice president of product development. Valdivia replaces Jerry D. Thomas, who served in that position for the past nine years.
It’s a question she asks herself almost everywhere she goes — to the dry cleaners, grocery store, local mall, a movie theater, and yes, even when she steps onboard a plane. Over the years, the question has evolved into many questions: Is she here? What does she look like? Does she need my help?
embers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and representatives from Veronica’s Voice and other community organizations hosted Hear Their Voices on Sept. 9-10, 2017, in Kansas City, Kansas, to offer education for prevention of human sex trafficking and raise support for trafficking survivors.
Ivona Bernard was late, but managed to hear the tale end of the Veronica’s Voice presentation at her local church. She wasn’t even aware of Veronica’s Voice, whose Magdalene KC home in Kansas City, Kansas, is providing safety for survivors of sex trafficking to heal and thrive.
Andrews University Shares No. 1 National Ranking for Campus Ethnic Diversity in 2018 U.S. News Best Colleges
Earlier this week, the 2018 U.S. News Best Colleges rankings were released, which included Andrews University as one of the country’s most ethnically diverse national universities.
Rain or shine, students of Southern Adventist University will be holding an event on Sept., 17, 2017, from 4-7 p.m., to raise funds and collect cleanup supplies for hurricane victims.
During the past week, Adventist Community Services Disaster Response (ACS DR) volunteers throughout the Northwest have been torn between ongoing storm devastation needs far to the east and the potential of wildfire recovery efforts close to home.
Elden Ramirez, NAD Office of Volunteer Services Director, Says "Yes" to Montana Conference Presidency
Elden Ramirez has accepted the invitation of the Montana Conference board of directors to serve as conference president.
On Sept. 12, 2017, James L. Black, Sr. was voted to provide leadership for Prayer and Reconnecting [with missing members] ministries, and serve as chaplain for the office staff of the North American Division (NAD) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, after being recommended for the position by NAD administration.