NAD NewsPoints - April 5, 2023


Adventist higher education is facing many challenges, including lack of affordability, mounting student debt, and emerging college alternatives. These are just some of the unprecedented difficulties colleges and universities nationwide — not just Adventist ones — have been grappling with in the past few years. But leaders at Adventist colleges and universities are working to change that, setting aside their competitive differences to further the mission of Seventh-day Adventist education. MORE


Walla Walla University has appointed Darren Wilkins as its new vice president for student life. Wilkins, who will step into this position in July, comes to WWU after nearly 29 years of experience in Adventist education. MORE


Newsweek, in collaboration with market research partner Statista, has named AdventHealth to its list of Most Trustworthy Companies in America 2023. Based on an analysis of 95,000 evaluations from U.S. consumers, this research-based ranking recognizes organizations with the highest levels of customer trust, investor trust, and employee trust. MORE


Breath of Life Ministries is hosting its office dedication and open house on April 9. The brand new 8,000 sq. foot space, located on the first floor of the Charles E. Dudley Sr. Center for Regional Conference Ministries, includes a studio, podcast room, green room, collaboration room, and numerous offices. MORE


Once Behind Bars, a Pastor Advocates for Giving Released Prisoners a Clean Slate (N.Y.)

Adventist Health Sonora Welcomes Four New Doctors Through Family Medicine Residency Program (Calif.)

For Seventh-day Adventists, Godliness Often Means Going Meat-free (N.Y.)

Unique Partnership Pays Off at Community Baby Shower (Colo.)

The Secrets to Longevity That Help Residents of America’s Only Blue Zone City Live Healthier and Longer Lives (Calif.)