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Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Largest Indigenous School in North America Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The pride was palpable at the 20th-anniversary open house of Mamawi Atosketan Native School in Maskwacis, Alberta, as parents watched their children doing traditional steps in colorful regalia. On Friday, May 12, 2023, parents came out in force, filling the available seating in the high school gym to witness the showcase of student skills and achievement.

"Guide" Magazine Redesigns Website and Launches App

Guide, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s weekly publication for juniors and earliteens, has announced the launch of its new website and a mobile app. “We’ve talked about an app for Guide magazine for years,” says Guide webmaster Kim Peckham. “We had online content for our audience, but we wanted to make it easier for the current generation to access.”

Making Known the Truth of Biblical Prophecy

The Pacific Press Publishing Association, the printing and publishing house of the North American Division, produces several sharing magazines. These magazines are geared toward members being able to share them with their family members, friends, neighbors, and colleagues. "Signs of the Times" magazine is the third to be featured in our series.

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NAD “Engage” Human Resources Conference Inspires HR Professionals to Mission

More than 300 attendees gathered for the North American Division’s (NAD) “Engage” Human Resources Conference, held April 23-25, 2023, in Chantilly, Virginia. The event offered various sessions and activities, including daily devotionals, presentations, panel discussions, policy updates, training workshops, and networking opportunities. Attendees could also earn SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and access HR resources.

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Southern Adventist University Enactus Team Places Third in Top Tier of National Competition

The Enactus chapter at Southern Adventist University won third place at the 2023 Enactus United States National Exposition, ranking in the elite 1 percent of more than 300 teams in the country. This marks the second time Southern’s student team has advanced through the competition to the final round with the top four U.S. schools.

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Community Leaders Team Up to Help Break Stigma Around Youth Mental Health

AdventHealth for Children and Heart of Florida United Way are teaming up to start a movement that gets children, parents, and all Central Floridians talking about mental health and empowers them to “Be a Mindleader.”

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Pacific Union College's Spring Enrollment Highest in More Than 10 Years

This year’s theme at Pacific Union College is “Revival;” and there's certainly optimism on the horizon for PUC. For the first time in more than a decade, PUC has the highest number of new students enrolled for spring.

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Conserving Is Serving

In the Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in southeastern Oklahoma, you will find well-loved and well-respected Jared Wood handling and observing alligators, following a passion he developed as a kid. “I love all animals,” Wood begins. “My mother always encouraged my fascination with animals by letting me bring them home to play with, but I always liked reptiles the best.”