Saturday, February 23, 2013

Why Sabbath is extra special for these students

College students share what Sabbath means to them in this new video by Southern Adventist University.

Bored on Sabbath? Here are some ideas that might help!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

How to write a worship song (in 5 minutes or less)

Too funny! Favorite part: the slides.

What do you think? Add your comments below:

Friday, February 15, 2013

Coming Soon: Adventist Church's steampunk miniseries to begin production this Monday

The Record Keeper banner

This Monday, production will begin on a new steampunk miniseries sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist world church headquarters, according to the North American Division.

The Record Keeper, is a new take on "The Great Controversy" by Ellen G. White, according to Adventist News Network (ANN).

The 11-episode series is scheduled to be released online this Spring, according to its Facebook page.

The project is being produced by Big Puddle Films, and is funded by the Adventist World Church and private donations, according to ANN.

You can watch the pilot episode below:

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Adventist Universities do the Harlem Shake

Students at Walla Walla University joined the latest online craze when they danced the Harlem Shake at the library Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Students were asked to follow two ground rules before participating in the video: don't break anything and keep the dance moves silly and appropriate.

Students at other Adventist universities have also been doing their own versions of the Harlem Shake.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

NBA Player Chris Paul agrees to meet with Adventist girl who lost her mom to cancer

UPDATE: Chris Paul agrees to meet with Leah Clayton. Watch her reaction

Image credit: NBA

Students at Southern Adventist University have been asking us to spread the word about this. So we're joining them to #HelpLeeMeetCP3.

Laurence Clayton, a student at Southern Adventist University, had a very difficult decision to make.

His mom had terminal cancer and he didn't know how long she would live.

But Laurence was only one semester away from graduating. If he stayed at school, there would be a chance that his mom would get to see him become a college graduate. However, there was also a chance she could die without her son at her side.

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