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Some Christians depend on their own resources and energy to protect themselves instead of trusting in God. But His Word tells us what to do when we are facing a storm.
Several churches in Allegheny East Conference’s Bay Area, including congregations in Delaware, Maryland and South Jersey, recently hosted a joint virtual evangelistic series titled, “Living with Hope Bible Conference,” resulting in 13 baptisms.
Educators have embraced the new frontier of hybrid instruction and have adapted their classrooms in a way that would never have been conceived prior to the pandemic shutdown.
Jesus made three things about Himself clear to those who questioned His identity or the veracity of His claims: He knew Who He was, to Whom He belonged, and where He was going.
The mission at New Jersey Conference's Willingboro church is “[to serve] the community with love and compassion.” On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, they were able to do just that.
When the pandemic hit, Barry Brooks, Sabbath School superintendent of Allegheny West Conference's Southeast church in Cleveland, and his team created a vibrant online Sabbath School.
As we navigate ministry two years out from the first days of the pandemic, God has blessed His people in tremendous ways.
Every day, the WGTS team encourages listening families to learn more about God through study of the Bible.
Students from Pennsylvania Conference's CORE—an evangelism and training program—recently ministered to refugee communities in Houston, Texas, with Reach the World Next Door, giving them the opportunity to learn crosscultural witnessing.
Washington Adventist University has completed and submitted an internal self-study of the university relative to the identified seven Middle States Commission on Higher Education standards.