European Educators and Pastors Study Creation in Iceland
Seventy-five delegates attend a major church-organized faith and science conference.
Adventist Community Services in North America responds to unprecedented flooding in Louisiana and damaging fires in California.
ACS volunteers help set up evacuation sites, hand out food and supplies in both states.
Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing pledges one million servings of Weet-Bix to families in need
The company has supported efforts to combat food and nutrition insecurities in Australia for two decades.
Raymond Ryckman, scientist who helped put Loma Linda on map, dies at 99
A son of farmers, Ryckman is best known for his contributions to Chagas disease.
Members asked to pray after Nepal bans evangelistic outreach
The Adventist leader in Nepal says a new approach is needed to share the gospel.
God’s Closet outreach becomes a North American Division ministry
The initiative provides an opportunity for families to purchase children’s clothing, shoes and bedding for $1.
In Venezuela, Adventists share hope and kindness in more than 50 cities
“Close to You Venezuela—Smile, God Believes in You” reaches more than 700,000 people as leaders call it the biggest impact the country has ever seen.
In Jamaica, Adventist radio station lauded by the Ministry of Health for promoting healthy lifestyle
Northern Caribbean University’s FM 14 in 14 Education and Wellness Challenge demonstrated how getting involved in physical activity is a step toward healthier living.
2,000 served at Jumpstart Free Health Clinic in Killeen, Texas
The 3-day clinic drew 700 volunteers who provided medical and dental care, free haircuts and counseling.
ADRA assists 9,000 families after flooding in Bangladesh
“Sources of livelihood have been swept away,” ADRA says.