Learning By Doing

A lot of Adventist institutions began in rural settings, then got swallowed by “city creep.” Adventist Review visited the campus of Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Maryland (about a mile from the District of Columbia), and spoke to staff and students about the advantages and disadvantages of living in an urban setting. —Editors.

The proof of your faith is not when you do not have temptations, but when you’re surrounded by them. My daughter graduated from here. She is a strong woman of God.

We are growing in the path of God, becoming great servants and leaders in the community. We are …

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