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The Cincinnati Bengals, of which Kettering Health is the official health care partner, recently brought team alumni and others to the Kettering Health Cancer Center, joining forces with Kettering Health staff to create care packages, meet some of the patients and more.
The purpose for Mountain View Conference's recent New Believer's Retreat was to solidify new members in faith, reclaim discouraged members, and help all participants to better understand Seventh-day Adventist subculture.
Several Chesapeake Conference congregations recently celebrated new church property acquisitions. The Capital Brazilian Temple, the Prince Emmanuel All Nations, and the Open Arms churches all finalized purchases of new properties in September.
Donna Peters is Allegheny West Conference's new Health Ministries coordinator. Her driving passion is to help others reach their greatest potential—experiencing all God has intended for them in body, mind and spirit.
The Allegheny West Conference welcomes Elliott Meredith III, to the team. As the newest auditor, Meredith believes that "it’s good to ensure that the church’s finances are operating as they should and identify potential problems ahead of time."
The Fall 2022 semester got off to a great start at Washington Adventist University (WAU), as the university welcomed 204 new, transfer and graduate students, nine of them taking advantage of the special annual flat tuition rate.
As Creator of all things and Sustainer of life, God alone is deserving of our praise and adoration. He is the object of our thanksgiving.
The Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities, which is composed of the presidents and other top leadership from 13 Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities in North America, reports the latest consolidated enrollment numbers for 2022.
More than 2,000 Pathfinders recently attended "Relentless," the 2022 Columbia Union Camporee held at Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean, W.Va. (Watch videos from the camporee here, too!)
Kettering Health has a new PET/CT digital extended-length scanner that provides more accurate images with shorter scan times and less radiation exposure for patients.