Grants and God’s Goodness

April 20, 2023





Today we are bringing you stories from Holbrook Indian School (HIS) in Arizona and Pacific Union College (PUC). HIS is celebrating the way the Lord has been moving in the hearts of the students. PUC recently received a grant to expand their nurse training program!


Holbrook Indian School


All Things Working Together for Good

If you have been following Holbrook Indian School (HIS), you know that at least once a year a student makes a very significant spiritual decision. On Sabbath, February 11, fifteen students gave their hearts to God in baptism.



The following Sabbath, six more students were baptized. Both of these occurrences followed another special baptism of one student in December 2022, bringing the total number of students baptized this school year to 22.

God is moving on the hearts of the students at HIS. These decisions are also a testament to the efforts being put forth by the faculty and staff. Human effort and divine power—all things are working together for good.

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Pacific Union College

PUC Awarded Half Million Dollar Grant to Expand Nursing Training

Pacific Union College’s School of Nursing has received a $540,000 grant from California’s Department of Healthcare Access and Information (HCAI), funding that will help address the statewide nursing shortage by expanding training opportunities. 

Chair of Nursing and Health Sciences Kimberly Dunker said PUC will use the grant to ensure nursing student success by funding scholarships and providing support through tutoring. It will also be used to purchase high-fidelity simulation technology along with faculty support, development, and simulation training.

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