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For Gael Murray, helping during the crisis meant putting her own plans on hold, including postponing seminary studies temporarily. After much prayer, seeking divine guidance, she got to work on sewing, already having the skills and abundant supplies needed to get started.
Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington Sets All-time, one-day Assistance Record for Service to Food-insecure Families.
As I drove my daughter home from school on the last day of her freshman year at Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy, I asked her, “So what did you find most valuable from your first year of academy?”
Not long ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with a friend who asked me, “What can we do to make sure we are attending to the mental health needs of students in our Adventist schools?”
You don’t need to be enrolled in college to take a 101 class in the intricacies of gardening, maneuvering remote controlled helicopters, creating stained glass or baking bread.
I love it when I have some family vacations scheduled on the calendar. I have had to cancel two trips for this summer already and that is disappointing. ... So how do we respond?
Besides taking care of the physical needs of COVID-19 patients, nurse Crystal Lubis has the privilege of virtually connecting patients to family members during some of their most intimate moments.
During a "parade of compassion" in Richmond, Va., eight cars circled around several retirement communities to bring joy and a sense of belonging to the residents inside.
Karen Garay, a member of Potomac Conference’s Rockville (Md.) church works in Customer Service and bookkeeping at a Weis Markets in Gaithersburg, Md., and says she can feel an undercurrent of fear when people visit the store and would have a difficult time coping without her faith.
ACSGW Designated as Distribution Point by DC Diaper Bank.