Oakwood Aeolians Show Bravery in the Face of Fiery Crash

Oakwood Aeolians Show Bravery in the Face of Fiery Crash

San Francisco, Calif. USA – The Oakwood University Aeolians touring choir was involved in a fiery bus accident, just hours before a scheduled performance in San Francisco, California. According to a press release from Oakwood University’s Office of Integrated Marketing and Public Relations, the accident occurred around 12:25 am PST on May 4, 2019,

Unexpected Ways Health Actually Reaches the Soul in Russia

Unexpected Ways Health Actually Reaches the Soul in Russia

Yoshkar-Ola, Russia – Recently, in the Yoshkar-Ola Seventh-day Adventist Church, in Yoshkar-Ola Russia, nine people were baptized. Most of those baptized first attended the “Ecological and Soul Ecology” program run by the Adventist Church’s health food store and café Lentil. A little more than a year ago, the Health and Education Centers "Keys to H

Adventist Soldiers Continue to be Encouraged to Save Life on the Battlefield

Adventist Soldiers Continue to be Encouraged to Save Life on the Battlefield

Silver Spring, Maryland USA – The official church position on non-combatancy was the focus of the two-day “Seventh-day Adventists and Military-related Service” conference at the General Conference headquarters building in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States, held April 10-11, 2019. Traditionally, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has advocated a

Tools that Inspire the Acrual of Heavenly wealth

Tools that Inspire the Acrual of Heavenly wealth

The Steward Department of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church is launching a video series targeted at millennials. The series is part of a broader initiative entitled “God First” which aims to help members understand the principles of tithe and offering. “The act of tithing develops allegiance, commitment, love, and relationship with God”, says

Loma Linda makes strides in the world of stem cell research

Loma Linda makes strides in the world of stem cell research

Doctors at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital recently conducted the institution’s first stem cell transplant in a sickle cell disease patient, effectively curing her of the inherited blood disease. The successful procedure offers hope and accessible treatment to those suffering from the disease in the Inland Empire and surrounding regions.

What Happens When a Church in Minnesota Reaches India

What Happens When a Church in Minnesota Reaches India

Andhra Pradesh, India – The Minnesota Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church helped sponsor a trip to Andhra Pradesh, India, in February 2019. The mission trip was organized by retired pastor Larry Milliken, who has dedicated his life to the mission field, and especially to India. Through this mission trip 8,200 miles (about 13,200 kilomete