Co-sponsored by Christian Record and Union College Union College students received a media challenge during first semester: produce a short video for use on web and social media that answers the question “Do we understand the world of the blind?” The challenge was picked-up by several students, who worked through the end of the semester and six videos have been submitted for award consideration. Christian Record and Union College, co-sponsors of the event, will be hosting the in:sight Video Award Gala on January 16 at 10 PM at College View Church’s Heartland Hall. The idea for the contest came from Rajmund Dabrowski, Assistant to the President for Marketing at Christian Record
For those who may followed some of David Asscherick‘s speaking engagements between the fall of 2010 and the spring of 2011, you may have noticed a specific theme in his messages.
For those that might be interested in what was shared at the 2011 GYC Conference in Houston, Texas, audio recordings for the plenary meetings, morning and evening devotionals are now available on the GYC website or you can watch the videos at the GYC Vimeo account .
The GYC 2011 Conference has ended, but the charge given Sunday morning was to not let the five-day conference be a spiritual “high” that is experienced once, allowed to fizzle out, and then is re-experienced next year. According to the GYC’s missions statement, it “seeks to equip and inspire young people to be Christian ambassadors to their respective places of work and study”
It was Thursday morning and relatively empty in the carpeted side halls on the third level of the George R.
The following article written by George R. Knight was published in Adventist World and provides guidance on a balanced reading and understanding of the writings of Ellen White for the 21st Century. What are we to make of a writer who advised women to shorten their dresses eight inches in a world in which many wear them too short already, or who counseled that Adventist schools should teach girls to harness and drive a horse when most of them will never need that information
North American Division (NAD) leaders voted October 31 to reaffirm the division’s unique policy allowing ordained or commissioned ministers to serve as presidents of local conferences and missions. This action was taken three weeks after the NAD’s request for a world church policy variance was turned down during Annual Council meetings in Silver Spring, Maryland. The recent action (approved by nearly a two-thirds majority) broadens opportunities for non-ordained leaders, including women, to be elected to top positions in any of the division’s 58 conferences