Alita Byrd

How to Talk to Young People: Guide Editor Explains

In an interview with Spectrum, Guide Editor Randy Fishell talks about how 10 to 14-year-olds have changed, the power of humor, and why caveats find their way into his stories. Bonus: A cartoon just for Spectrum readers.

Pacific Press Publishes New Collection of Essays on Ordination

John Reeve, professor at the seminary at Andrews University, talks about a new book he has edited, representing 50 years of the conversation about ordaining women in Adventism.

What's For Lunch at the GC Session?

Sheri Clemmer is Associate Session Planner for the world church's General Conference Session in San Antonio this July. Spectrum asked her some questions about the menu for delegates and how it was chosen.

Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement President Explains the Century-Old Church Split

The Reform Movement holds the same fundamental beliefs as the Seventh-day Adventist Church, including beliefs about the state of the dead, the investigative judgment, the inspired nature of Ellen G. White's writings, baptism by immersion, the importance of evangelism before the second coming, and the seventh-day Sabbath.

ADRA's Docuseries Brings Viewers to Remote Projects

Natalia López-Thismón tells us what it was like to make the series “A Closer Walk,” wrapping up on the Hope Channel this Friday. Watch at www.hopetv.org and watch trailers of all nine episodes at ADRA.org.

Des Ford Reflects on His Adventist History

In August 1980, a special committee of 111 top Adventist administrators, theologians, scholars, editors and students — the Glacier View Sanctuary Review Committee — met to discuss Desmond Ford’s 991-page document called “Daniel 8:14, The Day of Atonement, and the Investigative Judgment.” 

Beyond Beliefs Study Surveys What Millennials Really Think of the 28

Researcher Jan Åge Sigvartsen talks about a major research project at Andrews University, and plans to expand the survey to Adventist young people around the world.

PUC Alum Tad Worku To Play Benefit Concert With Symphony

Tad Worku, who graduated from Pacific Union College in 2008, has been praised for his "inspiring compositions, eloquence on the piano, and soulful voice," and been compared to John Legend or Bruno Mars.

California Adventist Serves on Elite Baldrige Board

Jennifer Niswonger, an Adventist Health employee at Feather River Hospital, spends hundreds of hours every year as part of the elite Board of Examiners for the federal Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, evaluating companies and organizations with a “wow” factor.

Behind-the-Scenes Details of the One Project

Next weekend, the One Project gathers in San Diego, California. Organizer Japhet De Oliveira talks about the nitty-gritty logistics, as well as the bigger picture.



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