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  • Nathan Brown | Comments
    The One project concluded last month with final gatherings in Sydney and San Diego. Beginning with a small group of pastors and chaplains in a hotel room in Denver in late 2010, the One project totaled 32 gatherings and included thousands of people in North America, Europe, and the South Pacific.
  • David Larson | Comments
    Kendra Haloviak Valentine, New Testament scholar and Dean of General Education at La Sierra University, simultaneously accomplished two things in a remarkable series of presentations earlier this school year at the Roy Branson Legacy Sabbath School (RBLSS) in Loma Linda, California. Watch the video series here.
  • Greg Prout | Comments
    Mother was the glue that kept me in the game filled with stuff that let me explore and experiment, knowing I had a welcoming home in which to return. Love is like that. Exploration, experimentation, adventure, and wonder always begin from a place we call “home,” and the return can be as momentous as the departure.
Pam Dietrich | Comments

In this week’s news round-up, the Nevada-Utah Conference sponsors a raw, organic juice bar, a Florida Adventist is banned from holding Bible studies in her condo’s commons area, the General Conference and Guam reach a tax agreement, and a Canadian Adventist mother charged with the death of her infant son fails to appear in court.

Alisa Williams | Comments

Three years ago, we announced a new commenting policy. The biggest change was the “one-comment” rule, which was met with a variety of responses. Effective immediately, that rule is going away. Here’s why:

Jared Wright | Comments

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Today students across the United States walked out of their classrooms at 10:00 a.m. in voluntary demonstrations against gun violence in America. The walkouts came one month after the Parkland, Florida, shooting of students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Seventeen were killed in the shooting, and seventeen more were injured.

Jared Wright | Comments

One of the repercussions of this #MeToo moment in which we are living is that many survivors of sexual abuse have been forced to relive the trauma they have experienced.

East-Central Africa Division, Prince Bahati | Comments

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Lighting struck a Rwandan church on March 10, killing 15 members. More than 130 others attending divine services at the Gihemvu Seventh-day Adventist Church were taken to an area hospital and other health centers. Some of those treated have since been released.

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A new website geared toward helping Seventh-day Adventist churches craft welcoming statements recently launched. Its goal is to give site visitors “biblical inspiration for creating a welcoming statement, a list of actual welcoming statements, and tips for creating a welcoming statement for your church.”

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“It’s time to move beyond just personal health and wellness to the health of the whole world and the health of the planet,” said LLU Provost Ron Carter in his welcome address Wednesday morning at the International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition.

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