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Published:
August 15, 2019

Valerie Sigamani and Judit Amparo Manchay talk about the online community they have created for Adventist and non-Adventist millennial women. Wild Faith Co seeks to encourage and empower women to capture faith, and do something as a result of it.

Published:
August 6, 2019

Annetta Gibson, co-author of a new textbook that integrates a Christian worldview with business ethics, talks about how the book came to be and how it relates to her job training church treasurers for the General Conference.

Published:
July 30, 2019

Kevin Coleman, web developer and Walla Walla University grad, talks about his new app Something Good — a modern good deed reminder.

Published:
July 30, 2019

Dr. David Trim, director of the GC Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research, discusses his most recent book, A Living Sacrifice. It shares stories of many of the unsung missionary heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice in giving their lives for the cause of God.

Published:
July 10, 2019

Founder of Mission Serenity Michelle Hood talks about her years of abuse by an Adventist church elder, the distressing reaction of the church, and the organization she set up with her husband to help people in similar situations.

Published:
June 28, 2019

The mural painted by Milton Coronado in honor of slain 19-year old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez now includes her son, Yovanny Jodiel Ochoa. On Saturday, June 22, Coronado returned to the corner of 16th Street and Newberry Avenue in the Chicago neighborhood of Pilsen to paint the image of the baby in the arms of Jesus.

Published:
June 27, 2019

Michael W. Campbell talks about his new book on the 1919 Bible Conference, arguments over the infallibility of Ellen G. White, and how the Fundamentalist Movement has shaped Adventism.

Published:
June 4, 2019

On Sunday, May 19, at 11 a.m., Chicago artist Milton Coronado, equipped with paint supplies, arrived at the corner of 16th Street and Newberry Avenue in Pilsen, and began work on a mural, dedicated to Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, the nine-months pregnant, Chicago mother who was strangled to death and had her baby ripped from her womb.

Published:
May 31, 2019

Joshua C. Nelson, a pastor in southwest Georgia, is not sitting around. He has started a community garden, recently published a book about ministry, been the subject of a film, is about to publish a training manual based on his doctorate in urban ministry, and is working on another book about restorative justice. In this interview, he tells us about some of the projects he is passionate about.

Published:
May 23, 2019

Sydney Freeman, André Denham, and Ty Douglas all went to Oakwood University. They all have PhDs. They all teach at non-Adventist universities. They are all Black. But there are important differences in their backgrounds and their education — and even in their outlook on Adventist education today. In a co-written academic article they explored the similarities and differences in their educational experiences, sharing a rich story that offers lessons for students and educators. In this joint interview, the three professors explain why their research is so relevant.

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