Security – a timely issue PASS Officers: (back row, L-R) Lewis Eakins, vice president, (chief of the Oakwood University Police Department); Melvin Harris, sergeant at arms, (captain of the Oakwood University Police Department); Dale Hodges, president (director of the Office of Campus Safety, Andrews University). (Front row, L-R) James Vines, General Conference director at large (director of Security & Safety for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists); Blaise Adams, secretary (office manager, Campus Safety, Southern Adventist University); Paul Muniz, chaplain (director of Agency Safety & Security for ADRA); Brian Worden, treasurer (foreman for Plant Services, Review & Herald Publishing Association). Berrien Springs, Mich.—As national debates intensify over how to effectively safeguard our educational institutions against future acts of violence, Professional Adventists for Safety and Security (PASS) is preparing for their third annual meeting, to be held in July 2013.
Photo: Studiomill One down, twenty more to go, I think to myself as I put the phone down on the receiver. I like making phone calls, but leaving voicemails is a new kind of embarrassing torture. I always end up starting with a million “Um”s and ending with a far too enthusiastic “Bye!” I was volunteering at the office of Habitat for Humanity and one of my many jobs was to call volunteers and homeowners