April 2003

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  • It's all about Kids, Camping

    They come to camp arriving by twos and threes and then by the mini-van full. They come to camp not knowing exactly what to expect but full of anticipation for exciting adventures with new friends. The campers fill Camp Paxson, in Montana, Sunset L...

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  • Camping in the Northwest

    April 01, 2003
    FunFacts• There are 64 Adventist youth camps in North America. In 2002, 5,136 campers enjoyed the eight camps located in the North Pacific Union.Source: Association of Adventist Camping Professionals• In 2001, more than 10 million people benefited...
  • In the Military and Lonely

    I heard something on the news the other day that touched my heart. The reporters were talking to some of our troops who had been deployed to the Middle East. One soldier had letters from his wife, another from his girlfriends but a third hadn’t re...
  • Camping in the Northwest

    April 01, 2003
    FunFacts• There are 64 Adventist youth camps in North America. In 2002, 5,136 campers enjoyed the eight camps located in the North Pacific Union.Source: Association of Adventist Camping Professionals• In 2001, more than 10 million people benefited...
  • Should New Converts Take the Bible Seriously?

    April 01, 2003
    I am challenged by Elder Patzer’s March editorial which suggests that we have scholars to wrestle with the hard biblical issues. The implication is “church leaders and members” are somehow inept at thinking critically about challenging theological...
  • In the Military and Lonely

    I heard something on the news the other day that touched my heart. The reporters were talking to some of our troops who had been deployed to the Middle East. One soldier had letters from his wife, another from his girlfriends but a third hadn’t re...
  • Should New Converts Take the Bible Seriously?

    April 01, 2003
    I am challenged by Elder Patzer’s March editorial which suggests that we have scholars to wrestle with the hard biblical issues. The implication is “church leaders and members” are somehow inept at thinking critically about challenging theological...
  • NAD Officers Tour Arctic Churches

    As our twin engine plane slipped down below the dark clouds in our approach to Gambell’s airstrip, the bleak treeless snow-covered terrain of St. Lawrence Island came into view. Peering out the window Don Schneider muttered, “I can see that it tak...
  • New Study Targets Domestic Abuse Prevention

    April 01, 2003
    In a bold move designed to address a difficult problem North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) leaders have authorized an unprecedented research project targeting domestic violence within Adventist families. When finished, the project will provide a...

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