Adventists to Open Creation Study Center at ‘Birthplace of Evolution’ Church leaders say the Galápagos archipelago is a good place to study origins.
Adventist Doctors Assisting 650 Refugees in Greek Camp Adventist Help appeals for more support as new refugees arrive.
When a Little Girl Gave Up Her Birthday Gift in Faith I doubted that Melanie understood the sacrifice that she was being asked to make.
Scholars Ask Why Religious Repression Is Rising Despite International Pressure Adventist-affiliated IRLA organizes a “Meeting of Experts” at Harvard.
What Doesn’t Change “The Saviour binds Himself by promises—forever and for all: ‘I will never refuse anyone who comes to Me’” (John 6:37).
I Inspired Churchgoers Just Enough to Buy My Album A successful, God-ordained ministry won’t always be popular.
109-Year-Old Sunday School to Become Adventist Health Center in Scotland The Scottish government earmarks a $139,000 grant toward renovation costs.
749 Baptized After Evangelistic Meetings in Ghana Local church leaders link the baptisms to outreach efforts by 1,500 church members.
3,000 Adventist Youth Point Peers to Jesus in Dominican Republic A four-hour march speaks against drugs and declares Jesus as the solution.
3 Ways Ghanaian Adventists Are Sharing Jesus in Europe The African immigrants are part of a recent phenomenon called “reverse mission.”
6 Years of Arctic Mission Work Results in 2 Bible Studies An Adventist missionary embraces the challenge of serving above Alaska’s Arctic Circle.