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  • Adventist beliefs and commitment to Christian education are being featured on network television during December. CBS has already aired a documentary on world religions, including Sikhs, Mennonites...
  • BULLOCK PUBLISHES BOOK

    Posted on Dec 19 2014

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    Few people remember the bitter and violent labor union struggles that raged during the 1930s in Central Washington’s coal mining communities. David Bullock, Walla Walla University (WWU) profe...
  • DOORS OPENING IN YAKIMA

    Posted on Dec 19 2014

    As Juan Arias headed to his first house, he felt impressed to take a diversion. Arias, a student at SOULS Northwest, crossed the street and found himself knocking on the door of a small Spanish Chr...
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    Ellsworth Wareham was the one of the earliest surgeons to practice open heart surgery. Now 100 years old, and only recently retired, Wareham's celebrated career at Loma Linda University (LLU) is a ...
  • HERBERT DOUGLAS DIES AT 87

    Posted on Dec 19 2014

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    Herbert E. Douglass, well-known Adventist scholar, administrator and author, died Monday, Dec. 15. He was 87. Douglass, who served several years as a Pacific Press associate book editor and vice-pr...
  • CUC TO BE CALLED BURMAN UNIVERSITY

    Posted on Dec 19 2014

    Trustees of Canadian University College (CUC) voted this week to change the institution’s name to Burman University. The new nomenclature, which will be fully implemented following the curren...
  • Oregon Conference Family...Our hearts are breaking as one of our schools faced a devastating tragedy yesterday. During PE Class around noon on Tuesday, one of our 9th grade students attending Linco...
  • CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, "THE GIFT, THE SACRIFICE"Various dates & times • Channels across the countryThe Voice of Prophecy (VOP) is producing this year's ABC TV national Christmas special, and given...
  • WILL THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SPLIT?

    Posted on Dec 17 2014

    Adventists are not the only Christians facing deep differences over issues of ordination. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, predicted in a recently publicized interview that the worldwide Ang...
  • Adventist publishing house managers, publishing directors and bookstore managers from more than 40 countries gathered in Madrid, Spain, last month, to attend a Special Conference on Publishing and ...
  • Daniel R. Jackson, North American Division president, issued a statement in early December in response to the growing number of demonstrations following the grand jury decisions rendered in the dea...
  • LINCOLN CITY STUDENT COLLAPSES, DIES

    Posted on Dec 17 2014

    A ninth-grade student who collapsed Tuesday, December 16 at Lincoln City Adventist School was declared dead after being treated by emergency workers at Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital. While there...
  • THE OLD COVENANT BROOD

    Posted on Dec 04 2014

    "The current tensions and polemics within the Seventh-day Adventist Church are not occurring in a vacuum. We have history behind us that has created the trajectory within which we are now living. T...
  • The bravery of Desmond Doss, Seventh-day Adventist World War II hero and first conscientious objector to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, may be featured in a newly proposed movie, "Hac...
  • Ellen G. White is included in the latest Smithsonian magazine list of who it calls the 100 Most Significant Americans. To compile the data, Smithsonian combined its methodologies with research from...
  • A LITTLE MORE TO THE STORY

    Posted on Dec 04 2014

    Puyallup Police Department posted a photo on their Facebook page with a follow up to the instrument theft at Northwest Christian School. Back in October, thousands of dollars worth of instruments w...
  • Washington Conference has announced new team members and roles involving three important positions of leadership. Bill Roberts will serve as ministerial director for the conference, after 14 years ...
  • John McVay, Walla Walla (WWU) president responded to some pastors and members who contend that negative influences of the "emerging church" and "spiritual formation" have been unchecked by church l...
  • NPUC NAMES GC SESSION DELEGATES

    Posted on Dec 04 2014

    Based on the constitutional requirements of the Adventist world church, 21 delegates have been elected by the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) executive committee to represent Northwest member...
  • A newly-released ranking by the American Bible Society reveals the overall openness or resistance to the Bible in cities across the country. The information is based on more than 46,000 interviews ...
  • Where did Ellen White stand on our church's involvement in issues of national moral reform? Between 1815 and 1860 a myriad of reform movements flourished in this nation. Among these reforms were ed...
  • PRAY FOR PINE FORGE ACADEMY

    Posted on Nov 20 2014

    Northwest schools are no strangers to students being displaced by fire (Auburn Adventist Academy, Tillamook Adventist School), so now it is our turn to pray for a sister institution. Pine Forge Aca...
  • A U.S. federal court confirmed last week that clergy can continue to claim the tax benefit for housing allowance, upholding an Adventist Church-backed appeal against a lower court ruling that would...
  • SANDWICHES AND A SECOND CHANCE

    Posted on Nov 20 2014

    During October and November, eight groups, including students from Palisades Christian Academy in Spokane, Wash., had the opportunity to provide lunches to people appearing before the city's Commun...
  • WANG ACCEPTS NPUC LEGAL POST

    Posted on Nov 20 2014

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    Andre Wang has been elected as the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) in-house legal counsel. Although the final date for a transition is not yet determined, he will replace David Duncan who pla...
  • NPUC NEARS 100,000 MEMBER MARK

    Posted on Nov 17 2014

    Seventh-day Adventist Church members within the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) territory are steadily climbing toward the 100,000 member mark. The latest figures released this week, reflecti...
  • WWU SCHOOL OF NURSING WINS APPEAL

    Posted on Nov 17 2014

    The Walla Walla University (WWU) School of Nursing accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) has been extended. This decision comes following a WWU appeal to an ...

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