The Long Creek Church held their annual Christmas fellowship dinner on Dec. 16, 2017, for the Long Creek community in Oregon.Read more
Camp MiVoden in Hayden, Idaho, received the Norm Middag Award of Excellence at the recent Association of Adventist Camp Professionals (AACP) meeting held Nov. 28 to Dec.Read more
“Get rid of all your stuff now. It may have meaning for you — but not for us.” — the children and grandchildrenRead more
There was an island where a few Englishmen, Frenchmen and Germans lived in 1914. It was so remote that news arrived every 60 days.Read more
Think of the person you love most in the world. Maybe it’s your spouse, your mom, you brother, your child. Maybe it’s your best friend, or the person who stepped in and became your home when your family abandoned you. You’d make sacrifices, go broke, maybe even die for this person. What would it take to make you stop loving them?
What if we’re the reason God’s justice is needed? What if we are causing the suffering of those God calls us to be merciful to?
Terry Johnsson, vice president of mission integration for the Pacific Northwest Region of Adventist Health in Portland, Ore., was the first Adventist recipient of the 2018 Lifetime Achievement AwarRead more
Montana Conference has a new vice president for administration and finance.Read more
David's story of murder is a dark story, but it provides hope for all kinds of sinners who may fear that they have gone "too far." God has seen the very worst of humankind, and he has been seeing it for thousands of years. He is not too frail or sensitive to deal with our real issues, and he is not so cruel as to withhold the forgiveness that he sacrificed his own life for in the person of Jesus.