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Loma Linda's Live It: In the Kitchen, a series of short cooking videos, has garnered lots of hits from people looking to eat more healthfully. Chef Cory Gheen talks about how the show came to be, the next 20 episodes that will be released soon, and the bright future of vegetarianism.

Center director Tom Randa talks about how, after arriving in the US as an immigrant from Kenya, local non-profits helped him to survive. Now he helps immigrants and refugees and low-income families, giving out 350 food baskets this Thanksgiving.

Editor’s Note: The following article originally appeared on the Gleaner, the communication channel for the North Pacific Union Conference. It is reprinted here with permission.

Architect Michael Patrick of Barnes Vanze talks about how a 1980s Columbia, Maryland office building was transformed into an open and welcoming headquarters for the North American Division as it leaves its old home in the General Conference.

Jocelyn Shaw, 27-year-old chaplain at Florida Hospital for Children, talks about "being" rather than advising; ministering to people with a spectrum of beliefs; supporting weeping nurses; and the family tragedy that led her to pursue the career of chaplain.

You are a chaplain at Florida Hospital for Children. How long have you worked as a chaplain? Do you work regular hours, or do you get called in the middle of the night?

Alex Bryan, a founder of The One Project, talks about ending well, a secret surprise, a new wiki project, and the strong support T1P has been given by many church administrators.

A twenty-something Adventist gamer has set up an online company with her husband to bring online comics, games and novels with an ethical focus to fans from New Mexico to Japan.

Father and son Josh and Sean McDowell talk about their new revised edition of Evidence That Demands a Verdict, published this week by Thomas Nelson, which works to help a new generation of Christians buttress their beliefs in an increasingly secular world.

George Knight's new book about church authority and its history in the Seventh-day Adventist church, seen in the context of our church's present disagreement over allowing the ordination of women, has been causing major waves.

Alumnus Michael Nixon, the recently-named vice president for diversity and inclusion at Andrews University, talks about the genesis of his job, his experience as a black student in the Andrews community, and how he hopes to make Andrews a more inclusive place.

Question: You have been appointed the first vice president for diversity and inclusion at Andrews University. What does that mean? 

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