NAD NewsPoints - March 1, 2023


Christian Record Services has received $597,000 from the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to increase its braille production capacity. Funding will enable the ministry to expand production space at its headquarters, purchase additional braille embossing equipment, and hire one staff member to meet the increase in production. MORE


During homecoming on April 16, 2022, Pacific Union College dedicated the Walter C. Utt Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Named after one of PUC’s distinguished professors and historians, the center is essentially a historical archive holding a collection of documents related to PUC and Adventist history. “We hope to be ‘open for business’ sometime in Spring 2023,” shares Karl Wilcox, director of the center. MORE


From Feb.13-15, at the eighth annual eHuddle, a visioning and leadership conference hosted in Gladstone, Ore., by the NAD's Ministerial Association, attendees learned of several initiatives uniting the church and community. More than 150 pastors, conference- and union-level evangelism directors, administrators, elders, and other leaders gathered for the first in-person eHuddle since 2020, with thousands more watching via Facebook and YouTube. MORE


Heather Thompson Day and Seth Day, both communication professors at Andrews University, recently published I’ll See You Tomorrow, a book about relationships. Heather emphasizes that the book is not specifically about marriage, but rather, it is about relationships. MORE



Ruled Ineligible in Last Year's Playoffs, Oakwood Adventist Academy Punches HS Final Four Berth (Ala.)

At Maryland Church, it’s ‘Caribbean Sabbath,’ not Just Black History Month

Barry Black: America’s First Black Senate Chaplain, Says This Bible Verse Saved Him From a Life of Crime (D.C.)

Church Unites Community Against Sickle Cell Disease by Hosting Blood Drives With the American Red Cross (Tenn.)

Barbershops, Churches in Inland Empire Black Community Get Blood Pressure Machines (Calif.)

Battle Creek Academy Energized as It Prepares for First-ever Mhsaa Hoop Districts (Mich.)