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South Central Conference Youth Director Michael Polite led out in Pine Forge Academy's online Week of Prayer and shared the following tips to combat anxiety.
As antiracist protests continue throughout the nation and worldwide, the Liberty church in Windsor Mill, Md., organized a peaceful demonstration supporting black lives.
Pine Forge Academy is happy to welcome several new team members for the 2017-18 school year. Each new faculty and staff member is uniquely gifted to help PFA achieve its mission, vision and strategic initiatives.
The Ebenezer Ghana church in Newark, N.J., recently celebrated the grand opening of their new church building. After 12 years of renovation, they were excited to open their doors to members and special guests as part of their “Thus Far the Lord Has Helped Us” theme.
I believe we were called from the womb. We were even almost born at Camp Victory Lake (N.Y.) in Northeastern Conference,” says Patrick Graham (right), referring to himself and his identical twin brother, Paul, who have dedicated their lives to ministry.
One recent Wednesday, the seventh-grade class members of the Dupont Park Adventist School in Washington, D.C., decided that they wanted another way to express themselves spiritually. By that Friday, they debuted their nine-member mime group, Unspoken Praise.
The Allegheny East Conference (AEC) recently held its first Disabilities Ministries Day at the Shiloh church in Petersburg, Va.
For one special Sabbath, the doors of some 40 Seventh-day Adventist churches in the Northern Virginia area were closed. Their members instead gathered at the Hylton Memorial Chapel for a joint worship service, fellowship, training and a free concert.
“Helping people in the community doesn’t always have to equal baptisms,” said one enthusiastic attendee.
Story by Debra McKinney Banks; Photo by Sean Robinson
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