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ACF Institute Berkeley ITTO

Adventist Christian Fellowship Institute Equips Students to "Be the Difference" on Their Campuses

The 2019 Adventist Christian Fellowship (ACF) Institute was hosted at the University of California, Berkeley, on May 20-25. About 80 students from the U.S. and Canada attended. Some had attended previous years, but most of them were new to the ACF Institute. The theme for this year is “Be the Difference.” 

It Is Written's Black Wall Street program

It Is Written Wins 18 Telly Awards

It Is Written has received 18 Telly Awards in 2019: 13 bronze, four silver, and its first-ever gold Telly for “Black Wall Street.” These numbers include one bronze award for Escrito Está, It Is Written’s Spanish-language ministry.

WAU 2019 Enactus team

Washington Adventist University's Enactus Team Places Third at National Exposition

The Washington Adventist University Enactus Team received a 3rd place award in the Opening Round of the 2019 Enactus National Exposition held in Kansas City, Missouri held May 5-7, 2019.  The competition featured 86 universities who for three days presented their entrepreneurial-based projects aimed at empowering their communities.

NAD Asian-Pacific pastors in Pacific Union

Pacific Union Hosts NAD Asian-Pacific Pastors' Convention 

Pastors from across the U.S., Canada, Guam-Micronesia, and Bermuda gathered in Ontario, California, from May 13-16 for the North American Division (NAD) Asian-Pacific Pastors' Convention. About 400 pastors and spouses registered for the convention. 

Myanmar Convention 2019

Hundreds attend NAD Myanmar Convention in Indiana

During the first weekend of June 2019, almost 600 people from across the U.S. gathered for the bi-annual North American Division’s Myanmar Multilingual Convention held at Timber Ridge Camp in Spencer, Indiana.

Chaplain Barry C. Black

U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black Named 2019 Canterbury Medalist

Barry C. Black, 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate, has been named Becket’s 2019 Canterbury Medalist for his honorable defense of religious liberty for people of all faiths. The Canterbury Medal, Becket’s highest honor, recognizes an individual who has demonstrated courage and commitment to defending religious liberty in America and around the world.

Ruth Murdoch evangelism meeting 2019

Thirty Baptism Decisions Made During Junior High School Student-led Evangelism Meetings in Michigan

For the sixth year in a row, junior high school students at Ruth Murdoch Elementary School pitched a tent on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, and preached sermons directed to their peers as well as the general community. As in past years, baptism interests were generated, but this year the baptism requests soared — 30 youth and adults.


New Walla Walla University Center Celebrates Service

The new Walla Walla University Center for Humanitarian Engagement (CHE) has opened under the leadership of executive director David Lopez. The CHE will play a primary role in university initiatives related to service that include local and global opportunities for evangelistic and humanitarian work.

Joy Fehr

La Sierra University Board of Trustees Selects New University President 

The La Sierra University Board of Trustees announced on May 30, 2019, the selection of a new leader to take the university’s helm as president Randal Wisbey enters retirement at the end of June. The university trustees elected Joy Fehr, La Sierra’s provost, to serve as the university’s next president.

Ledel Kendall

Canadian Church Transforms Homes and Lives Through Acts of Kindness

Ledell Kendall was not prepared for the news she received when a small group from Acts of Kindness, the outreach ministry of the Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church, appeared at her door on a Sunday morning in mid-March.