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Burman University Offers Nursing Program Option to Students

Burman University in Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, recently entered an agreement with Kettering College in Daytona, Ohio, to provide an opportunity for Burman University students to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at Kettering College.

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Stronger Than Prejudice

Nearly 30 years ago Kristina “Kris” Simons arrived in Poplar, Montana, as an altruistic travel nurse looking to address the alarming health needs of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. “It’s not the easiest place in the world to live, for sure, but it can be one of the most satisfying and gratifying places,” she said.

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eHuddle Reinvigorates Passion for Evangelism 

For two and a half days, on February 18-20, 2019, evangelism directors of conferences and unions, church administrators, pastors, innovators, and other leaders gathered at eHuddle in San Diego to share, learn, and dialogue on how the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America can more effectively reach people in a growing, secular culture. 

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ADRA Launches “Every Child. Everywhere. In School.” Global Advocacy Campaign

On Feb. 25, 2019, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) announced a new global advocacy campaign, “Every Child. Everywhere. In School.” The campaign is an urgent call to leaders around the world that all children, regardless of race, age, nationality, gender, religion or origin, have a right to earn and complete an education, and that being in school is a recognition of the value and potential of each individual child.

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Loma Linda University School of Public Health Study Links Unhealthy Diet to Mental Illness in California Adults

A Loma Linda University School of Public Health study has found that poor mental health is linked with poor diet quality — regardless of personal characteristics such as gender, education, age, marital status, and income level.

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Appetite for Influence

GW Chew has always had a passion for entrepreneurship, missionary work, and food. Starting The Veg Hub restaurant as a center of influence in Oakland, California, was a no-brainer.

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Adventists in Northwest U.S. Raise Nearly $500,000 for Fire Recovery

When the Camp Fire swept through Paradise, Calif., and the surrounding area this past November, including the communities of Magalia and Concow, it became the most deadly, costly wild fire in the state’s history. The ongoing impact in Paradise and surrounding area is still being counted. When the Northern California Conference (NCC) set up a special help fund to respond to this devastating tragedy, hundreds of members in the Pacific Northwest joined others from around the country to donate toward church-organized relief efforts.

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Southwestern Adventist University’s Music Department Hosts Annual Music Festival at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Southwestern Adventist University’s annual Music Festival weekend culminated with a magnificent concert at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, as 280 students, representing 25 high schools, along with professional musicians combined their talents to bring honor and glory to their Creator.

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Washington Adventist University Announces Two New Vice Presidents

Washington Adventist University recently welcomed Richard Castillo as the new vice president of Integrated Marketing and Communications, and Mark Sigue, as vice president of Ministry.

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Members Serve Communities Impacted by Government Shutdown

Adventists in Maryland and Florida met the practical needs of those whose lives were upended during the government shutdown that took place Dec. 22, 2018 – Jan. 25, 2019.