Follow the daily list and in one year you will have read the entire Bible. August 1: 2 Chronicles 30:1–31:21, Romans 15:1–22, Psalm 25:1–15, Proverbs 20:13–15 August 2: 2 Chronicles 32:1–33:13, Romans 15:23–16:9, Psalm 25:16–22, Proverbs 20:16–18 August 3: 2 Chronicles 33:14–34:33, Romans 16:10–27, Psalm 26:1–12, Proverbs 20:19 August 4: 2 Chronicles 35:1–36:23, 1 Corinthians [...]
Puyallup Adventist Church members reflect on their first online digital outreach effort. Nearly 100 people registered at the start. In spite of the early number spike, no one has walked through their church door yet. What have they learned from the experience?
The North Pacific Union rolled out a program called Evangelism Shark Tank. Northwest pastors were asked to submit their ideas on how to better reach their community. Read more about the winning project proposals.
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With COVID-19 restrictions lessening across the country in 2021, Idaho's Spirit Lake Adventist Church seized an opportunity to assist a new church plant on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar, Montana. The Poplar Church building project had been at a stand still for an entire year, due to the pandemic. The project was overdue [...]
The North Pacific Union sponsored Northwest students and teachers to go on a hunt for dinosaur bones. The team was made up of 6th -11th grade students, teachers and parents. In total, 27 people traveled to the dig site near Newcastle, Wyoming.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. A team of more than 10,000 dedicated humanitarians in more than 100 countries serve the world's most vulnerable people every day. Watch how ADRA has pivoted to take on the COVID-19 pandemic and serve vulnerable people around the world.
As the 2020–2021 school year approached, pandemic uncertainty worried teachers and parents at Journey Christian School in Kelso, Washington. "Can we start school in person?" "What would it look like?" "Will we be online and for how long?" Despite these questions, they trusted God had big plans for the year.
Auburn Adventist Academy, in Auburn, Washington, is also a home for many students. This year has pushed us to new limits; it was nothing we could have ever anticipated. Yet, in spite of the challenges we faced, we persevered, making it one of the most memorable years. The school year began in a very unique [...]