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Story by Kim Luste Maran/NAD Communication

For members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, giving tithes and offerings on digital platforms recently got much easier with the launch of the Adventist Giving mobile apps for both Apple (iOS) and Android devices.

Gordon Harty, NAD web application developer, explained that members can search “Adventist Giving” in the respective application stores to find the apps. “The mobile apps allow for all the same donation services that are provided on the website,” he says.

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Story by Valerie Morikone

A Children’s Health Expo is an avenue to gain access to children in the community. While sometimes it may be difficult to speak about Jesus, church members can portray Christ living in and through them to children and staff in public schools.

Sendry O. Pittman, Sr. (center), his wife, Doris, and Lieutenant Colonel Vincent B. Myers, commander of the McDonald Army Health Center, celebrate the newly named volunteer program.

Story by LaTasha Hewitt

The U.S. Army recently recognized Sendry O. Pittman, Sr., a deacon at the Mt. Calvary church in Williamsburg, Va., for his dedication to volunteering. In recognition of his 30-plus years of serving his community, the Red Cross Volunteer Program was renamed the Sendry Pittman Volunteer Program. The ceremony took place at the U.S. Army Transportation Museum on the grounds of Fort Eustis, Va.

Class of 2021 students Heidi Davis, Allison Erdelyi, Annicka Hoffman and Hope Griseto take a break during Physics class.

Laura Hoffman, mother of Annicka (’21), a musician, home educator and principal of Boulevard Adventist Academy in Charleston, W.Va., shares her perspective on how Potomac Conference's Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) is positively impacting students:

Harmony, a gospel quartet known for their a cappella harmonious sound, began their full-time music ministry in 2008, when they were only teenagers.

Story by Bryant Smith

Harmony is a gospel quartet, known for their a cappella harmonious sound. Their goal is to captivate audiences by singing the message of Jesus Christ. “Saving souls one note at a time,” is Harmony’s motto, made up of singers (pictured clockwise) Haven James, Tirzah Hawley, Chris Upchurch and Samara Orr.

Story by Visitor Staff

Members of the Columbia Union Conference Executive Committee (some pictured above) traveled to Columbus, Ohio, last month for their third quarter meeting at the Allegheny West Conference’s newly opened headquarters.

At the news that tithe rose by $6 million or 9.09 percent above the previous year, the committee paused for a prayer of thanksgiving. “This would not be possible without the faithfulness of our members,” said Treasurer Emmanuel Asiedu.

They also rejoiced when Frank Bondurant, vice president for Ministries Development, announced that 55 churches have been planted unionwide this year.

William Wright, Sr., (middle) shares a moment with his brothers Dale (left) and Paul.

Story by Allegheny West Conference Staff

William R. Wright, Sr. (pictured center with Henry M. Wright and daughter-in-law, Carol) was born September 17, 1918, the second child of seven born to Nathan and Willa Wright in Dayton, Ohio. His parents were two of the first four African-American Adventists in Dayton and co-founders of the Ethnan Temple church in Clayton.