What a difference a week makes! GA ACS DR Team getting things organized When the tornado hit the Adairsville/Calhoun area January 30, Ga. Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (GA VOAD) began holding teleconferences imediately, attempting to piece together what was happening: what is the situation on the ground, which agencies are responding with what kind of aid, where are they headquartered, who are the contacts, etc
Thursday, February 21, a special meeting of the constituency of La Sierra University (LSU) is meeting to consider changes recommended by the institution’s bylaws committee in response to concerns conveyed by an accrediting body in mid-2011. The university is affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and some members have expressed fears that the changes will reduce the denomination’s control of the school
Three Avondale alumni have spoken up on behalf of the world’s impoverished as part of Micah Challenge’s Voices for Justice in Canberra, September 15-18.
Even Nehemiah needed to know the reality before rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls 16 Nov 2011, Manila, Philippines Petronio Genebago As leaders we need to make more time to evaluate our programs at the grassroots level in order to better understand the effectiveness of our programs, mission and direction. It’s easy for us to write programs on the 8 x 11 white bond paper, with its table divided into 3-6 columns with headings like “events,” “date,” “venue,” “target,” and so forth, without making time to listen and feel the heart and needs of our members.
Jared Benard, Kristen Hankins and 24 of their classmates are Avondale College of Higher Education’s top students after receiving academic prizes during Forum this past Wednesday (October 26).