June/July 2023 Issue

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June/July 2023 Issue




Current Matters

Andreasen Center for Wellness: Serving the Community Creatively

For many in the Berrien Springs community, Andrews University might as well be miles away. It’s neatly tucked to one side of town, and some residents go their whole lives without ever setting foot on campus, but does this matter?

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Upgraded Cancer Infusion Center Has New Site

Infusion therapy can be a difficult part of a patient’s journey in the fight against cancer and other diseases.

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Spring ASI Meetings Spotlight Mental Health

New ASI Lake Union leadership introduced

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PBE Teams Made the Lake Union Proud

Sixteen Lake Union Pathfinders tested their knowledge of the book of John at the North American Division Pathfinder Bible Experience finals held in Tampa, Florida on April 22.

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Massive Great Controversy Distribution in Michigan Leads to More Than 430 Bible Studies

During a four-day Streams of Light International (SOLI) mission trip in the Detroit metro area, partnering church entities and volunteers witnessed the remarkable.

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Camps Akita and Au Sable on List of America’s Best Summer Camps

Two camps in the Lake Union were named to Newsweek magazine’s best U.S. summer camps. Camp Akita, operated by Illinois Conference, and Camp Au Sable, run by Michigan Conference, were among the 500 camps selected as top summer camps in 2023 based on social media reviews and a comprehensive survey of 15,000 parents.

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In Chicago, Ukrainian Refugees Find Hope and Plant New Church

At 5 a.m. on February 24, 2022, Vitalii Hanulich awoke in his hometown of Bucha, Ukraine to missile explosions and his phone vibrating with incoming messages from friends and family. That was when he knew the war had begun.

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Peterson-Warren Academy Receives $100,000 Donation

A Lake Region Conference School in Inkster, Michigan was the grateful recipient of a generous donation.

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National Geographic Explorer Returns from Research in Brazil

Daniel Gonzalez-Socoloske, professor of biology at Andrews University, Fulbright scholar and National Geographic explorer, recently completed an extended research trip to the Amazon Basin of Brazil, where he studied alternative detection techniques for Amazonian manatees.

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