David was a top-notch accountant. He had been working in the industry for 30 years. His children were through college, and he decided it was time to give back and do something in his life to make a difference in a tangible way. A change from crunching numbers to changing lives. He went back to university to become a teacher.
It was a rollercoaster ride with an exhilarating ending that strengthened team bonds and proved a valuable learning experience as the La Sierra University Enactus team placed third in the nation for their entrepreneurial outreach projects in education and high-tech agriculture during the USA Exposition in New York on April 22, 2022.
Faith leaders from the South Bend, Indiana, area gathered at the South Bend First Seventh-day Adventist church on Sunday, April 24, to bring attention to the needs of improving the state's responses to crises. Members of the Saint Joseph County Chapter of Faith in Indiana, including South Bend’s Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church Pastor Claval Hunter, helped organize the "We Make Indiana" event.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America Issues Joint Statement on Shooting in Buffalo, New York
Members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church family mourn all loss of life, but especially cry out against mass violence such as what took place this past weekend in Buffalo, New York.
Several Adventist publications based in North America received recognition for their work in a variety of categories at the Associated Church Press (ACP) “Best of the Church Press” awards held May 12, 2022. Winners in 78 categories — representing 67 organizations and 885 entries — highlighted the best of faith-based journalism produced in 2021. Twenty-four awards total, ranking at honorable mention (third place), award of merit (second place), or award of excellence (first place), were earned by six different Adventist publications in a broad range of categories
AdventHealth Winter Garden opened its new inpatient tower today, a $229.5 million expansion that includes all private rooms and the ability to provide critical services for residents in fast-growing West Orange County (Florida).
While Southern alumni contribute to their communities all around the world, many work in the greater Chattanooga area, especially in health-related fields. Additionally, students actively serve others within the local community and abroad.
Two lives have been changed. Joanne discovered she was not too old to make a difference. Joseph went from being an orphan — who was never touched — to a young man whose life has been touched for the better.
AdventHealth and Central Florida organ and tissue donor program, OurLegacy, celebrated National Donate Life Blue & Green Day, this year on April 22, with a memorial pinwheel garden honoring the 230 Central Florida heroes who saved lives through organ donation in 2021.
Union College voted to move forward with the construction of the AdventHealth Complex and Reiner Wellness Center this week. Some parts of the project will begin this summer and the building should be completed in the fall of 2024.