Renowned evangelical theologians Jim Wallis of Sojourners and Ronald Sider, author of “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger,” will headline a scholarly conference and community gathering on October 17–19 titled “Jesus & Politics: Christians, Liberty, and Justice Today” at Andrews University.
Scrubbing windows. Raking mulch. Organizing files. Stuffing envelopes. These were some of the tasks Andrews Academy students performed around Berrien County yesterday.
Over the last forty-plus years, students leave their textbooks behind and serve in the community--an outreach event that and Earth Science Teacher, Steve Atkins, says makes a big difference. "It helps the community see AA in a different way and opens doors to conversations." Pictured here are students and staff who gave a boost to ASAP Ministries in Berrien Springs.
The Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary Chapel on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, was full during the afternoon and early evening on September 4, the first day of the North American Division’s 2019 enditnow Summit on Abuse.
During a three-week span in August, 6,253 Pathfinders from around the world traveled to the Historical Adventist Village in Battle Creek, Mich., on their way to and from “Chosen,” the 2019 International Camporee in Oshkosh, Wis. Some clubs came from the farthest corners of the world like South Korea, Papua, New Guinea, Latvia, Russia, Estonia, Belgium, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Dominican Republic, England and Argentina.