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2018 Reaching Millennial Generations conference photo

Reaching Millennial Generations: Ministry Leaders from Around the World Gather at Andrews University

On April 12–14, 2018, the Global Mission Center for Secular and Postmodern Studies (CSPS), in partnership with the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, hosted the Reaching Millennial Generations conference. More than 200 individuals from every division in the world, including the Trans-European, Inter-European, South Pacific and South American Divisions journeyed to Berrien Springs for the event.

Oakwood University Healthy Campus 2020

Oakwood University Receives the Crystal Apple Award For Campus Wellness Initiatives

Oakwood University was announced as a national finalist for Partner of the Year. Partnership For A Healthier America also extended national recognition to Oakwood for its Healthy Campus 2020 campus wellness initiative with the presentation of the Partnership For A Healthier American's Crystal Apple award in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, May 3, 2018.

Adventist Health Systems CEO Terry Shaw

“No One Should Ever Be Discharged From Our Care”

​​​​​​​As North Americans wrestle with the social and political implications of providing affordable healthcare to more than 360 million people, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s healthcare system on the continent is also reshaping itself to meet the needs of the changing market. Adventist World editor Bill Knott, on behalf of Adventist Journey magazine, recently interviewed Terry Shaw, since December 2016 president and CEO of Adventist Health System, the largest of the five Adventist healthcare systems in North America.

United Feet foot washing for homeless in Loma Linda, Calif. area

Students, Alumni Reach the Hearts of the Homeless Through Feet

As a Loma Linda University student, Tevita Palaki once skipped meals to financially support his budding ministry. Today, the non-profit organization, United Feet, which Palaki launched as a sophomore in 2015, sends out volunteers up to four times a week to serve local homeless by offering them the Christian act of footwashing.

Calvin Rock

Race, Protest, and Adventist Leadership Addressed in New Book

Calvin B. Rock, former long-time president of Oakwood University, former chair of the Loma Linda University Board of Trustees, and retired general vice president of the General Conference, has authored what one prominent Adventist historian claims is “the most important book ever published on race relations in the Adventist Church.”

Guiding Families Resource NAD

New Resource, Guiding Families of LGBT+ Loved Ones: Adventist Edition, Previewed at April Meeting at NAD Headquarters

On April 20-21, 2018, a select group of lay members, pastors, educators, and church administrators attended a meeting held at the headquarters of the North American Division (NAD) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, to participate in a workshop and preview a new resource titled "Guiding Families of LGBT+ Loved Ones: Adventist Edition."

Pathfinder from the British Union’s Manchester Southern Asia Church writes an answer for one of 90 questions based on the Biblical books of Daniel and Esther.

Historic Pathfinder Event Showcases Faith and Biblical Scholarship Among Youth

The 2018 Pathfinder Bible Experience Division Finals draws nearly 4,000 people from the North American Division and British Union.

Samantha Grady

Samantha's Story

During fourth period Samantha Grady and her classmates at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida were learning about the 1936 Summer Olympics in Germany and the Holocaust. The students were typing on their computers when shots rang out.

Is This Thing On? Union College

Is This Thing On? Facebook Live Event Goes to Walla Walla University

The next "Is This Thing On?" NAD Facebook live event will be held at 4 p.m. (PDT) on May 12 at Walla Walla University. Students will dialogue with church leaders from the NAD during a 120-minute livestreamed conversation. Dan Jackson, NAD president; Alex Bryant, executive secretary; and Tom Evans, treasurer, will answer questions via audience and social media during the program’s third Facebook Live event.

spring 2018 NAD produce giveaway

Fresh Produce Giveaway Lays Foundation for “Friendship Evangelism”

Thousands of pounds of spinach, kale, mango slices, and bananas were distributed at the North American Division (NAD) headquarters to residents in need on Sunday, April 8. Approximately 125 people filled reusable grocery bags provided by Adventist Community Services (ACS) with fresh greens.