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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. 

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.

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.

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.

September 24, 2020

Amanda Rodriguez, an Adventist lawyer, is executive director of TurnAround, where she leads a staff committed to aiding survivors of sexual and domestic violence — a job made more difficult by the pandemic. She talks about the challenges of her work and the upcoming virtual benefit with Take 6.

September 18, 2020

Paul-Anthony Turner, a gay seminary graduate, has a deep commitment to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. "I will not leave Adventism," he says. "I won't hand it over to people who operate out of fear and bigotry."

September 5, 2020

Richard Jr., who also works at ADRA as Information Technology director, to find out more about his father Richard O’Ffill Sr., and the continuing legacy he left.

September 1, 2020

Pastor Will Johns talks about his new book on the transformational power of gratitude. 

August 20, 2020

Rockefeller Ludwig Twyman — musician, public relations professional, community organizer, and campaigner — wants your signature on his petition to secure a Nobel Peace Prize for his friend, Congressman John Lewis, who died last month.

August 14, 2020

Jan Latsha is the founder and director of the Maasai Development Project, helping young girls, families, and communities in central Kenya. She talks about how the project started and the 75 girls who are learning even when they can't go to school.