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Restore-Episode 54-Randy Robinson: North American Division CFO - Tithing Series Part 3 In episode 54, we continue with part 3 of our tithing series featuring North American Division CFO/Treasurer Randy Robinson. We discuss how tithe is distributed at the Union, Division, and General Conference levels of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Along

Webster’s Dictionary defines the word hero as “a person admired for achievements and noble qualities” or “one who shows great courage.” Over the past few months, you, our frontline health care workers, have been fighting for the health and well-being of our communities in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Gervon Marsh Reflections on Matthew 15:21-28 In Matthew 15:21-28, Jesus and His disciples encounter a Gentile woman whose daughter is demon-possessed, stripped of her humanity, and was possibly a terror to her family and community. This mother pleads with Jesus for help, but Jesus ignores her (Matt. 15:23), tells her

Nampa, Idaho — September is Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. Hispanic Heritage speaks to the culture and traditions of more than 59 million Americans and immigrants who consider Spanish their mother tongue. The rich history and achievements of Hispanics can be felt throughout the country in ancient settlements

with Dr Duany Resilience in the Midst of Coronavirus What makes a person stand and face suffering and adversity while others remain stagnant without being able to move forward when facing the crisis? The answer is a concept called resilience. Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of trauma,

By Melissa Simmons We all have memories from distinctive times in our past. Every person, every family, goes through things that impact and change us. Tough times, challenging times, celebratory times, or times of change. The emotions we feel when we think back on various moments in our lives are what

By Alexander E. Schlussler I believe I could safely say that anyone reading this article has at one time or another faced obstacles. Be they large or small, these are life events that we know will happen. It is not that we are looking for them, but they will typically come

Our hearts remain devastated by the racial fractures splitting our beloved land.  This devastation is sharpened with the shooting of Jacob Blake.  The tragedy of these situations violate all moral sensibilities. Regardless of any circumstances, we are alarmed, appalled, saddened, even tormented by this ongoing atrocity. That the reverberations lead to

By Melissa Simmons COVID-19 has changed our lives in many ways. We have added face masks as a mandatory fashion accessory, we have had to learn what social distancing means; many of us have had to create an office or classroom space in our homes, and for many months we’ve had