Jared Wright

One Pacific Union College Student Dead, Six Injured in Crash on Dangerous Road

Pacific Union College confirmed Monday afternoon that one of its students was killed and six other students injured when a Ford Expedition SUV in which the students were traveling overturned on Deer Park Road.

Ted Wilson Meets With Church Leaders in Germany, Discusses Ordination In Depth

Adventist leaders in Germany who have long supported women’s ordination had a chance at last to discuss the issue face to face with the leader of the Worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church, a longtime opponent.

Ben Carson's Next Move: Ride Trump's Coattails?

Dr. Ben Carson endorsed Donald Trump this morning one week after ending his own presidential campaign. Carson’s move is seen by many as a play for the White House as a prospective vice presidential running mate to Donald Trump.

Women in Top Positions of Adventist Leadership Remain Extremely Rare

The Pew Research Center has released information about women in top positions of religious leadership. Pew’s finding: women as top religious leaders are rare. When it comes to Adventist leadership, women are extremely rare.

Growing "Cloud of Witnesses" Exchanges Ordination Credentials for Commissioned Credentials

The number of male Seventh-day Adventist ministers relinquishing in their ordained minister credentials in favor of commissioned minister credentials—the credentials available to their women colleagues—grew again last week as pastors in the North Pacific Union Conference handed in their ordination credentials.

Ben Carson Officially Out of the 2016 Presidential Race, Joins Christian Voting Group as Chairman

News broke this afternoon that Dr. Ben Carson has oficially ended his bid for the White House. The news comes only days after a dismal showing on Super Tuesday, and the announcement that he would not participate in yesterday's Republican debate. A world-renowned former pediatric neurosurgeon with a large following among conservative Christians, Carson failed throughout his campaign to turn popularity with Evangelicals into votes.

As Ben Carson's Campaign Ends, He Still Invokes Divine Leading

Seventh-day Adventist presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson has elected not to participate in this evening’s Republican debate, indicating that his campaign is all but finished. In a statement released Wednesday afternoon, the retired neurosurgeon told supporters that he sees no way forward:

Adventist Students Create #LiveToListen Movement to Fight On-campus Racism and Hate

Andrew Ashley is a 22 year old senior Theology major, graduating this May from Southern Adventist University and the former Student Body President at Southern.

Super Tuesday Notes: More Adventists Are Democrats than Republicans

Voters in twelve U.S. states and American Samoa take part in primaries and caucuses on this Super Tuesday.

Emory Healthcare Will Renovate and Reopen Shuttered Emory-Adventist Hospital

Emory Healthcare, a university-based health care system affiliated with Emory University and Emory University School of Medicine, has announced plans to renovate and reopen Emory Adventist Hospital, which closed its doors on October 31, 2014, according to multiple media reports.

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