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Published:
September 5, 2015

As the new school year begins, we asked Adventist young people to reflect and respond to a series of questions about their experience with Adventist schooling:

Published:
August 9, 2015

Dr. Lee Berk, associate professor at Loma Linda University, is a pioneer in mirthful or happy laughter research.

Published:
May 3, 2015

Sheri Clemmer is Associate Session Planner for the world church's General Conference Session in San Antonio this July. Spectrum asked her some questions about the menu for delegates and how it was chosen.

Published:
November 7, 2014

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

Published:
April 25, 2014

Melody George attended film school at Southern Adventist University, and then freelanced in Los Angeles for several years before joining the “Life on the Line” team. She directed and edited Episode 3: “End It Now,” and assisted in editing and shooting some of the other episodes.

Published:
April 13, 2014

Many people have expressed disappointment that The Record Keeper has been cancelled, including its creators.

Published:
July 12, 2013

Jonathan Duffy, ADRA’s new president, talks to Spectrum about his vision and priorities for the agency, and the changes he hopes to make.*  Duffy says he plans to strengthen ADRA’s relationship with the church and work to bring back the confidence of the staff after the turmoil and mass dismissals of the last few years.

Published:
May 12, 2013

In a candid and revealing interview, Dr. Ralph S. Watts - the longest-serving president of ADRA - talks to Spectrum about how his experience shaped him for the job, how he tackled ADRA's debt and changed its board, and the advice he would offer new president Jonathan Duffy.

Published:
February 24, 2013

Norma Nashed is the brains and energy behind a charity helping vulnerable children around the world. Born in Palestine, Nashed grew up poor in Jordan amid many challenges. She went on to work for the founder of Jordanian Airlines, hobnobbing with the country’s king and queen – but gave up a career and salary to give everything to her charity.

Published:
August 31, 2011

Virginia-Gene Rittenhouse fell asleep in Jesus (the beautiful phrase Paul used when writing to the Thessalonians) early on the morning of August 30, 2011. She was just shy of her 89th birthday. Dr. Rittenhouse was an Adventist musician, performer and conductor who led an orchestra of young people on tours around the world with the mission of bringing people together through great music. She was still working up until her death. Last summer she conducted her New England Youth Ensemble at the General Conference session in Atlanta, Georgia.

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