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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.

Adventist Church Welcoming Statement graphic

New Website Dedicated to Crafting Welcoming Statements for Seventh-day Adventist Churches

Adventist churches at times have been exclusive and repellent. We have closed doors to people who didn’t behave like us or think like us or look like us. We have cared more about being right than about being kind. We have confused acceptance with agreement. ... Now is the time to be more intentional concerning the openness and warmth of our local church climates.

plane propellor

Student, Flight Instructor Safe After Airplane Accident

Shortly before noon (PST) on Feb. 28, 2018, John McVay, president of Walla Walla University, sent an email to inform students, staff and faculty, and friends and family of the university that an aviation student and WWU flight instructor were safe after the plane they were in crash landed.

Feb. 2018 Adventist Journey

Adventist Journey Launches as New North American Division Magazine

In January 2018, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America (NAD) launched the magazine Adventist Journey, the first division-wide magazine the NAD has published.

Giovanni Santos, La Sierra University Wind Ensemble conductor

La Sierra Conductor Unveils New Work at Kennedy Center, Preps for Carnegie Hall

As La Sierra University’s director of wind and percussion studies, Giovanni Santos leads the Wind Ensemble of more than 40 musicians, a group that spent the first portion of last summer in a whirlwind tour of the Czech Republic, Austria, the Republic of San Marino, and Italy. Now the Wind Ensemble is rehearsing for its debut performance at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall on March 15, 2018.

SWAU at the 25th A Night at the Meyerson

25th Annual Concert at Meyerson Highlights World Premiere of New Composition

On Feb. 11, 2018, Southwestern Adventist University celebrated the 25th annual tradition of A Night at the Meyerson with the world premiere of Kim André Arnesen’s newest composition, Sing the Earth.


Christian Record Services Welcomes New Communication Director

Christian Record Services for the Blind, a ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to people who are blind, welcomes Patricia J. Maxwell Robertson as communication director.

Parkland, Florida high school shooting

Adventist Community Services Responds to Florida High School Shooting; Pathfinder Recounts Experience

On Feb. 14, 2018, a shooting occurred at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen were killed and 14 were injured when the gunman, a former student, opened fire on campus and entered a building.