El pastor Evelio Miranda, Coordinador de Ministerios Hispanos de la Asociación de Wisconsin nos informa cómo Dios bendijo el Campestre Hispano de Wisconsin 2021.
When I was a boy, our family lived in a small city in the mountains of southern Peru. I would occasionally go with my friends to visit the prison on the edge of the city.
Anyone who has attended Andrews University in the last thirty years has likely seen two particular ladies walking around campus. On a recent bright summer day, I had the privilege of joining them.
Lansing, Michigan native Dominique Kemp could be considered a trailblazer today.
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The work of Lemuel Vega teaches that when you sow seeds for Christ, you don’t always know how things will unfold.
She was devastated when her husband died in a tragic car accident, leaving her with three young daughters. She soon remarried a good Adventist man from a family she knew well.
You are yourselves taught by God to love one another. 1Thess. 4:9, REB
Andrews University has partnered with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, under the new initiatives of the Title III grant by the U.S. Department of Education, to improve Native American student outcomes.
As a therapist and a Seventh-day Adventist Christian, one of the things that surprises me when I talk to people is the way we talk to ourselves.
The World Health Organization has, since its inception in 1948, endorsed health as a fundamental right for all, regardless of race, religion, political belief, economic status or social condition.
It was a bright sunny day on May 26, 2021, as Gilbert Poole Jr walked through the doors of a Jackson, Michigan prison and threw his hands in the air, signaling he was no longer chained but free.
From experience, you know God can work in miraculous ways. But even the mightiest of faith warriors may be a bit skeptical about how God could use a scrap of paper in the backyard of an Indiana home.