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Interviews

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Published:
March 29, 2019

ADRA’s Country Director for Uganda, Charles Ed II Aguilar, details some of ADRA’s projects for mainly Sudanese refugees, including building solar wells, classrooms and playgrounds, and providing reusable sanitary pads. He explains why Uganda has “the friendliest refugee policy in the world.”

Published:
March 21, 2019

Dr. George R. Knight discusses his new book Ellen White’s Afterlife: Delightful Fiction, Troubling Facts, Enlightening Research.

Published:
March 13, 2019

Trudy J. Morgan-Cole talks about her newest novel — a book that follows five friends who attend an Adventist high school and then scatter to very different places. “I’d like to believe the story can appeal to people who are, themselves, all over that map in terms of faith and spirituality,” she says.

Published:
March 7, 2019

PUC's first forest manager, Peter Lecourt, explains how the college made a deal to "have its cake and eat it too" — a payment of $7.1 million to keep its forest undeveloped and continue to use it as an outdoor classroom across departments. 

Published:
February 26, 2019

Ganim Hanna, president and CEO of the Loma Linda Broadcasting Network, talks about what LLBN is doing to keep up with the latest technology and make sure its eight channels of Christian programming reach people everywhere.

Chef GW Chew presents one of The Veg Hub's most popular sandwiches, a vegan Philly cheez steak sandwich
Published:
February 24, 2019

Adventist entrepreneur and restauranteur serves the city of Oakland plant-based meals and Christian friendship.

Published:
February 17, 2019

Heather Keough, coordinator of a community centre in a Dublin community, talks about the philosophy behind the creation of centers of influence, and how people need to feel they belong before they believe.

Published:
January 28, 2019

Terry Shaw is head of the newly rebranded AdventHealth, one of the largest non-profit health care systems in the US. He talks about starting as an intern and working his way up, why the name change is a big deal, and his goal of making spiritual care a bigger part of the patient experience.

Published:
January 11, 2019

Emily Bastien is nine years old and working on her third book. Her first two books, collections of short stories about being brave and having faith, are being read by kids and parents around the US and beyond. 

Published:
December 31, 2018

Sarah Sulton tells all about the group working to promote better diversity in the world of Adventist church music.

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