I am a wounded healer. And there is a good chance that you are too. That’s why I am daily astounded at God’s willingness and ability to use broken shepherds to be conduits for the healing of the broken sheep He loves so passionately. This month, we celebrate and praise God for each one of [...]
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The money used to support missionaries was running out. When the church was nearly forced to call its missionaries home, Adventists stepped up. They accepted the challenge of the mission offering. Give Today
The North American Division Public Affairs and Religious Liberty department recently hosted an online conversation to discuss vaccine mandates and protection of freedom of conscience. The dialogue explores these mandates from an Adventist biblical understanding as well as melding historical accounts regarding issues of conscience. Panelists Dr. Angeline Brauer, Bettina Krause, Pastor Kevin James, and [...]
Please use this image and upload to mail chimp: https://www.istockphoto.com/photo/collecting-debris-site-from-pepinster-... Perry and Dagney moved to Bonners Ferry, Idaho about two years before they called the local Adventist church. Their miraculous journey to our church was all a part of God’s true plan, yet they were far from knowing it when they arrived in town.
This year, by far, has been the most evangelistically challenging year ever for the Richland Church in Washington. With COVID-19 state-mandates and restrictions as well as the general unknown nature of it all, the pandemic had drastically affected our plans to advance the kingdom in our sphere of influence. But despite it all, God has [...]
Despite the pandemic, Richland Adventist Church members are finding ways to make connections in the community. These new relationships build bridges and some are bringing people into fellowship.
I tend to shy away from trying the “fleece method” when I'm seeking God's direction. After all, God often uses circumstances involving closed or open doors when we seek His counsel. He gives us brains to weigh our options. And yet, sometimes the way forward isn't clear. Or, sometimes there are two clear and potentially [...]
Along with a number of other fossil and geological specimens, the Creation Study Center in Ridgefield, Washington, has acquired a giant leg bone of an ancient mammoth. It's a part of the lifetime collection of retired science teacher, Joe Young from Walla Walla, Washington. The rear femur is 41 inches long and weighs 47 pounds. “It’s [...]
Adventist Health recently appointed two new leaders for the System Board of Directors following the recent retirement of the System Board of Directors’ chair, Ricardo B. Graham. John Freedman, president of the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, who has served as vice chair since 2016, was appointed board chair. Bradford Newton, the new [...]