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Interviews

Published:
January 14, 2021

As they embarked on the months of uncertainty and change to come, the One project remained determined to connect again with their friends and followers.

Published:
January 8, 2021

Amy Rhodes is a sought-after custom baker and full-time graphic designer in Michigan, once recruited by the Food Network for a competitive cooking show. I spoke with her for an occasional Spectrum Cafe series on vegetarian-friendly small businesses.

Published:
November 20, 2020

Humans of Adventism creator Kaleb Eisele talks about his new film project, in collaboration with the North American Division, that will showcase a diverse array of Adventists across the continent.

Published:
November 18, 2020

Since childhood, Dr. Heather Thompson Day has enjoyed matchmaking. Exclaiming joyfully that she “loves love,” she’s never stopped her efforts to find both odd and unique ways to help singles find a deeply satisfying relationship.

Published:
November 13, 2020

Marcos Torres, who pastors in Western Australia, has created "The Road" to tell the story of Jesus in a way that appeals to secular young people who don't know anything about religion.

Published:
November 6, 2020

Assistant Professor of Art Joel Libby talks about his love of baseball, his work as a professional artist, and how the Baseball Hall of Fame got his painting.

Published:
October 22, 2020

Before the pandemic, before 9/11, things were different. Former members of the New England Youth Ensemble remember what it was like to travel across continents, making music in venues large and small, with Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse. 

Published:
October 17, 2020

Nerida Bates, president of the Association of Adventist Women, talks about the Sabbath evening programs that are bringing together women from around the world, and about how the AAW is continuing to campaign for real recognition of the role of women in ministry.

Published:
October 15, 2020

When mid-March 2020 brought the world to a halt, Loma Linda University Church moved solely online as gatherings were limited and social-distancing guidelines went into effect. The church has gained a significant following as people around the world have tuned in.

Published:
October 8, 2020

Eric Camarillo, 31, is running the biggest mobile homeless center in Orlando, Florida — a ministry he started nine years ago as a way to get young Adventists involved in community service.

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