As we look back at 2023, we witnessed triumph in every trial as we shared God's stories in the lives of our members. So, get ready for a roller coaster of inspiration as we count down the top ten web stories from Lake Union Herald.
Hundreds of Myanmar Adventist youth group gathered at Andrews University for their first annual convention themed, "Bent But Not Broken."
Anne Bauer, a deeply spiritual, lifelong learner, celebrated her 109th birthday in Sept. 2023.
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In October we explored the unique journeys of congregants who traded pews for pulpits.
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We reflected on the legacy of Roger L. Dudley, a pioneer in human subject research for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, who peacefully passed away at the age of 92.
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In the August issue, we shed light on the sensitive topic of the sexual abuse, uncovering stories of hope emerging from darkness.
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We gave a sneak peek of what our members could look forward to during camp meeting season.
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Thousands of Ukrainian refugees have found refuge in Chicago. Among them, Adventists have found hope and planted a new church.
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The DeWind family was in a serious automobile accident. Prayers went out around the world.
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In February, Lake Union Herald Editor Debbie Michel sat down with Pastor Dwight K. Nelson in the Pioneer Memorial Church sanctuary to reflect on God's call on his life. What God can do with a life devoted to serving Him is remarkable.
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Our top story unfolds in the early hours of August 8th when two Indiana youth escaped the devastating Maui fire. The literature ministers channeled their efforts into a mission of relief.
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There you have it. . . the top 10 most-read online stories on the Lake Union Herald website. If these stories touch your heart, don't forget to share and subscribe for more uplifting content. Thanks for being part of the Lake Union Herald family.