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Long Awaited Revival
Winning at Conflict Mediation
What God Does With Grumpy, Old Men
Washington Conference president
By Doug Bing
Auburn Hispanic Welcomed as a Church
Churches are planted in Washington Conference because praying people understand the call of God in their lives. They know about confessing sins, making sacrifices, leaving behind comforts and even demanding a blessing from God, the way Jacob did.
Six Gifts for Jesus
One of the most told and retold stories in the world is the story of Christmas. A major part of the story involves the wise men from the east.
Rooted in Jesus
My family’s roots are in Kansas. Yes, I know Kansas is considered by many as a “flyover state." I have heard most of the jokes about Kansas and may have even told a few myself. The state has a reputation of being flat, hot and humid and lacking in...
Seeing God in Action
Five years ago, our ministry team in western Washington took a closer look at our mission and purpose. Within the context of sharing “Hope and Wholeness” to invite people to become fully devoted disciples of Jesus, we discovered a theme as we talk...
God Still Acts
Utter cacophony. That’s what an orchestra band sounds like as it warms up for a concert. Everyone is playing their own notes. And then the conductor steps forward, the concert begins, and the individual sounds blend together in harmony.
Growing Together in Jesus
Together in the last five years, we joined in prayer and ministry to reach western Washington with the distinctive, Christ-centered Seventh-day Adventist message of hope and wholeness. We desire to encourage all to become fully devoted disciples o...
Washington Conference Welcomes New Leaders
Washington Conference introduced two new vice presidents during camp meeting this year. Craig Carr will serve as vice president for administration, and Craig Mattson will serve as vice president for education.
Southcenter Celebrates a New Church and a New Building
Washington Conference welcomed a new church into their sisterhood of churches in May. The Southcenter Church, now located in Des Moines, Wash., began as a dream with 10 charter members in the fall of 2007.The goal was to plant a multi-ethnic churc...
Russian Church Grows Spiritual Gifts
The Tacoma Russian Center for Spiritual Development is one of the newest churches in the Washington Conference.The congregation began as a ministry of the Russian church in Bellevue when a number of members from the Tacoma area began a Russian-spe...
Experts Share Strategies For Healthy Marriages
A team of marriage and family experts gathered in Lynnwood, Wash., to present From This Day Forward, a one-day celebration of marriage commitment dedicated to encouraging stronger and healthier marriages and families."It is very important for coup...