Highlights from the Week: Helping the Vulnerable

Highlights from the Week: Helping the Vulnerable

Helping the Vulnerable The growing number of San Diego’s homeless population—now the fourth-highest in the country, prompted an urgent solution to the crisis. The Mayor of the city approved $11 millions for three “bridge shelters” (“tents, trailers and other facilities” like “safe parking zones for people living in their cars or RVs”) to be built b

Ted Wilson Prays and Meets with Influential Pakistani Leader

Ted Wilson Prays and Meets with Influential Pakistani Leader

Seventh-day Adventist Church president Ted N. C. Wilson prayed and shared biblical advice with an influential Pakistani leader even as he encouraged church members to shine as a light in Pakistan. Wilson, who was making his first visit to Pakistan, and an accompanying delegation were warmly welcomed by the leader of Pakistan’s Sindh province to his

The Lineage Journey

The Lineage Journey

“No way!” thought Samppa Muchenagumbo, an 11-year old Adventist student at St. Thomas Moore Catholic School in Blaydon, England. It was an ordinary day that changed when his Religious Education teacher announced that the class would watch a short video. The teacher, himself an atheist, wanted his pupils to use the ideas in the video to expand their

Highlights from the Week: Trash and Horrific Abuse

Highlights from the Week: Trash and Horrific Abuse

Trash I don’t suppose there is any household where someone likes taking out the trash. I know I don’t, and sometimes I put it off because, well, I don’t want to deal with it. It’s stinky and gross. The truth is, we live in a world in decay, and trash is one thing we cannot escape dealing with. We may get away with avoiding it for a while, but event