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Andrews students, faculty and staff assist with flood clean-up efforts in Niles, Michigan.

Andrews University Assists Victims of Local Flooding

Andrews University students and staff assisted with the housing and cleaning needs of residents displaced by recent major flooding, which began Feb. 20 in Berrien County, Michigan.

Andrews to help in Puerto Rico

Andrews University Plans Puerto Rico Mental Health Mission Trip

A group of 20 Andrews University faculty, staff, students and an alumnus will travel to Puerto Rico from March 15–25, 2018, to provide mental health training sessions in local churches and the community.

Dr. Melissa Leslie speaks on "Finding Direction," at the "Uplift and Empower Women in 2018" International Women's Day Forum.

Maryland Leaders, Professionals Uplift and Empower Community Members During International Women's Day Forum

Discovering purpose, impacting communities, and transitioning professions were among the various topics highlighted at the “Uplift and Empower Women in 2018” International Women’s Day Forum. The headquarters of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists hosted the forum on March 8.

Sabbath school camp fire Wetterlin article

Life Without a Box

The modernist view of reality has taught people to look at their lives compartmentally. Work is a separate box from the church box, from the family box, from the social box, etc. It is not a problem, therefore, to act one way at work and another way at church, in both worship service and Sabbath School.

Steve Poenitz

Lake Union Appoints New Executive Secretary

Maurice Valentine, Lake Union Conference president, announced on March 8, 2018, that Indiana Conference president Steve Poenitz agreed to serve as executive secretary, effective next month.

Pastor David Franklin at 2018 eHuddle

At eHuddle, Attendees Engage in Evangelistic Leadership Visioning

More than 200 Adventist pastors and church and institutional leaders from across the North American Division (NAD) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church gathered on Feb. 19-21, 2018, for the third eHuddle, an annual evangelism visioning and leadership meeting.

The Jackie Film

"The Jackie Film: A Wellness Transformation Project" Officially Released

On Jan. 25, 2018, “The Jackie Film: A Wellness Transformation Project” premiered on the big screen at Celebration Cinema in Benton Harbor, Michigan, after touring the film festival circuit for one year.

ACS CareOptions online hub

Adventist Community Services Releases Digital Resource Hub for Caregivers of Elderly Family Members 

Adventist Community Services (ACS) has released an online wellness hub, CareOptions, to help bridge the long-distance gap between family caregivers and their parents and grandparents.

PSI MAP February 2018 meeting

Adventist Education Strengthened Through Fundraising

How can our K-12 schools, and especially academies, maintain their quality and continue to grow as well? One vital aspect is finances—and fundraising. The Philanthropic Service for Institutions (PSI), a North American Division department, addressed these challenges and more during a February 2018 meeting with school representatives from across the division. “Finances are crucial,” said Lilya Wagner, Ph.D., PSI director. “No longer are subsidies and tuition income sufficient."


Andrews University to Break Ground for New Health & Wellness Center

The official groundbreaking ceremony for Andrews University’s new Health & Wellness Center will take place on Monday, March 5, 2018, at 5 p.m. in the Howard Performing Arts Center.