Alisa Williams | Comments

On March 25, 2015, the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists affirmed the need for regional conferences in an

Jared Wright | Comments

Omaha, Nebraska's KETV News Channel 7 reports that Union College nursing students held a well-attended fundraiser for Heather Boulais, a Union College student who has been in critical condition since falling to the gym floor during a gymnastics practice in January.

Southern Adventist University, Spectrum | Comments

A press release on the Southern Adventist University website announced the death of Kimberly Andreu on Tuesday, March 24. Kimberly's Facebook profile indicates that she previously studied at Instituto Adventista Paranense in Ivatuba, Brazil. According to preliminary findings, her death was the result of natural causes. She was 21 years old.

The release from Southern Adventist University follows:

Jared Wright, Robert Jacobson | Comments

Southern Adventist University professor emeritus Dr. Ray Hefferlin passed away on Saturday, March 7, 2015. His obituary on the Southern Adventist University website recounts the scientific arc of his life:

Rachel Logan | Comments

Nineteen-year-old Pacific Union College student Bradon Schwarz is dropping out of school to join “limbless evangelist” Nick Vujicic in ministry around the world.

Last week the sophomore, Southern California native finished his classes and said goodbye to PUC. Only a few weeks ago Schwarz was campaigning for PUC’s student body president, but today he is preparing for something else entirely: a job as a personal caretaker for a world-famous motivational speaker.

Jared Wright | Comments

Don't let the April 1 event date fool you—Shakespeare Walla Walla's presentation of "A Gay SDA Play" is a serious depiction of the lives of two dozen Seventh-day Adventists (some have left the denomination) who happen to be lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender.

Bradley Nelson, a graduate of Walla Walla University and playwright, says the idea for the play came from a similar dialogical presentation at Whitman College, a private school in Walla Walla, Washington.

Jared Wright | Comments

An initiative seeking unity within the Seventh-day Adventist Church spearheaded by the Adventist Forum board, the overseeing body of Spectrum Magazine, has generated significant, international support.

A statement targeting Seventh-day Adventist Church members entitled “Affirming Adventist Unity” garnered over 1,000 signatures in its first seven days online, averaging about 185 signatures a day. People in 44 states in the United States and in several more countries added their names to the statement.

Pam Dietrich | Comments

Kenya Dorm Fire Kills Three. Three students, aged eight, 10, and 12, burned to death when their wood-frame dorm at the Seventh-day Adventist Labuiywo Primary School in Tinderet Constituency caught fire.  Early assessments cite an electric fault and the layout of the building for the death of three students.  Ninety-five other pupils escaped unharmed. From All Africa, "Kenya: Nandi School Closed After Three Students Died in Weekend Inferno."

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