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Brewster Adventist School Near Escape

Jul 24, 2014 10:30 am

Brewster Adventist School Near Escape John McCombs, incoming Brewster Adventist School principal, shared this video of where the Carlton complex fire stopped at the back property line of the school.

Russian-Speaking Congregation Finds New Home

Jul 24, 2014 10:21 am

Russian-Speaking Congregation Finds New Home When the Russian-Ukrainian Parousia Church was organized in 2006, the congregation began dreaming about having its own church facility in the Auburn region. Members of this congregation came from the former Soviet Union countries of Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Estonia. Most of them came into the United States as refugees, since most of them went through a difficult time of religious persecution because of an atheistic regime. Some won green cards. Read more

Bethel Believers Seize Unique Opportunity to Serve

Jul 24, 2014 10:21 am

Bethel Believers Seize Unique Opportunity to Serve The only way to visit Bethel is by air. A full 400 miles west of Anchorage, the cost of living there is high as food and fuel must be flown or barged in. But the company of believers in Bethel has a unique opportunity to serve God. Being an ethnically diverse church with eight different cultures represented, these worshippers are able to welcome and relate to the various visitors and immigrants to Bethel.  Read more

AAA Students Surrender All to Jesus

Jul 24, 2014 10:21 am

AAA Students Surrender All to Jesus Three baptisms unexpectedly became the sermon for the day on May 31 at Auburn Adventist Academy (AAA) Church and provided a capstone for a school year that witnessed 10 student baptisms. Just as the children’s story was winding down, Jeff Carlson, AAA chaplain, entered the baptistery with Tyler Masden. “I know God is real, good, alive, active and that He loves me,” said Masden, AAA senior from Kent, as he shared how his mentors helped him in his spiritual growth journey. “My baptism is a public declaration of my love for God. This is the beginning of a chapter.” Read more

PAA Graduates a Senior Senior

Jul 24, 2014 10:21 am

PAA Graduates a Senior Senior Seventy-years in the waiting, a former Portland Adventist Academy (PAA) student received his diploma and was counted among the class of 2014 on graduation day. Growing up in a home without a mother was hard for Imer Henry. It was the 1930s, and his single-father struggled to provide for Henry and his two younger siblings during the Depression. As soon as Henry was old enough he began working to help the family. Keeping Henry and the younger children in church school was an expensive priority to this single father. Read more

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