This Week in Adventist History, Benjamin Baker looks at the beginnings of literature evangelism.
The church’s Mission Quarterly marks one hundred years of publication this year. We asked Charlotte Ishkanian to share some modern-day mission stories, and tell us how stories like these helped unite the church decades ago.
This week in social media, we wanted to hear how young adults are becoming vital parts of their churches.
This week, Pastor Jason McCracken sends a story from Oakwood Adventist University in Huntsville, Alabama.
For this week’s Tech Corner, John Beckett has a reminder for Adventist technology professionals.
Adventist religious liberty advocates say every church member can be a voice for freedom. Dwayne Leslie shares a simple way you can stay informed and help raise awareness.
Church Sabbath School leaders are rolling out new curriculum for children after evaluating a decade of department resources.
Children’s Ministries leaders say it’s never too early for children to start thinking of others. Here’s Linda Koh with some age-appropriate service project ideas.
This week on ANN Video, reaching Brazil’s largest city with a message of hope, a major study supports the Adventist health message, and we interview youth mentoring advocate and gospel recording artist Wintley Phipps. These stories and more.