Interviews

Uruguay Adventist Academy Opens Bakery

Alita Byrd interviews her dad, Michael Byrd, about his bakery project in Uruguay — how it will provide jobs, healthy food and support Uruguay Adventist Academy (Instituto Adventista del Uruguay) at the same time.

The Ear: Richard Rawson Discusses Innovation and Whole-Person Healthcare

Richard Rawson is CEO of Loma Linda University Medical Center-Murrieta, in Murietta, California, and serves also as lead strategy officer for Loma Linda Health.  He considers it fun to think through what “mission-driven strategy” can mean for organizations.

Director of New Urban Evangelism School On Reaching People Where They Are

Tara VinCross shares her passion about her new job as director of a new kind of evangelism school. 

The Ear: Marlene Ferreras on Theology Where the People Are

Marlene Mayra Ferreras may be a “nerd who has done lots of school,” but stuck with 60 kids in a freeway traffic jam so bad the news helicopters are buzzing overhead, she can get Dominos to deliver!

The Ear: Roy Branson on Sabbath School as Gemeinde

It’s no stretch to say that Roy Branson is a legend as a Sabbath School class leader.   In Takoma Park, Maryland, the class at Sligo Church that he inspired and co-led over decades still meets.  Though he moved to the west coast about a decade ago, long-participating members still associate the class with his name.

New Technology Meets Old Beliefs

Roy Ice, young adults pastor at Loma Linda University Church, has developed a new baptismal study guide, Enter the Deep, available through the Apple Store. Ice, with a theology degree from Southwestern Adventist University and a postgraduate from the Seminary at Andrews, has pastored in Texas, and at five different posts in California. He has been in Loma Linda for the past year-and-a-half. 

The Ear: Daryll Ward on Intellect and Adventism

As much, perhaps, as any Adventist theologian, Daryll Ward brings about the marriage of hospitality and honest conversation.  Nearly every Sabbath afternoon at his and his wife Adele Waller’s home near Dayton, Ohio, guests gather around a food-laden table for hours of rejuvenating talk.  The focus may be faith or

Advocating for Women: Lourdes Morales-Gudmundsson

The President of the Association of Adventist Women talks about the upcoming conference at Southern Adventist University; the link between "macho" cultures and women's rights; and the necessity of looking "deep into our souls to find the true motivations behind our inability to see what God is doing through our women around the globe."

The Ear: Terrie Dopp Aamodt on Ellen Harmon White

With two colleagues — the late Gary Land, who taught history at Andrews University, and Ronald L.

Andrews University Takes Its Fruit and Vegetables on the Road

Stephen Eirich spent his summer driving around the communities near Andrews University, offering fresh produce at affordable prices. He agreed to tell us about the experience.



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