August 2011

About this issue:

Two cultures, one God. Read about a journey from concern to celebration and the 35th-anniversary of the Adventist African-American Annual Convocation in the August Gleaner.

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  • A Journey from Concern to Celebration

    August 01, 2011
    Editor's Note:The fact that organizations are born doesn't mean they are born healthy. Much like the physical body's health, church health is obtained, maintained, learned, developed and relearned.It would be beautiful narrative to say the Adventi...
  • Regional Convocation 2011

    This year marks the 35th anniversary for Adventist African-Americans Annual Convocation/camp meeting. The yearly tradition was marked by over 1,500 African-American Adventists from all over the North Pacific Union Conference (Alaska, Idaho, Montan...
  • Regional Convocation 2011

    This year marks the 35th anniversary for Adventist African-Americans Annual Convocation/camp meeting. The yearly tradition was marked by over 1,500 African-American Adventists from all over the North Pacific Union Conference (Alaska, Idaho, Montan...

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  • News Notes

    August 01, 2011
    New ASI-Northwest Officers ElectedAdventist-Laymen's Services and Industries Northwest chapter held its spring meeting April 28–May 1 on the beautiful shores of Coeur d'Alene Lake, Idaho. Those who attended were blessed and inspired with the praye...
  • Dumb and Dumber

    August 01, 2011
    There are vaccines for smallpox, polio and tuberculosis. Flu shots and inoculations against all sorts of unspeakable are in plenteous supply. But there is no such remedy for being dumb. Personal pedigree is no guarantee. Academic degrees do not pr...
  • From the GLEANER Archives

    August 01, 2011
    We need your help. Do you recognize any of these faces? Do you have an idea of where and when the photo was taken? Help us identify this photo in our archives. Add your comments to the August Archival Photo on the GLEANER Blog at www.gleaneronline...
  • Letters

    August 01, 2011
    Adventists Supported Hitler?You wrote [Let's Talk, June 2011] that some Adventists ... aligned with Hitler. Did I understand correctly? It's not going to change my love for my church because I am learning to be grounded on the Word of God. I just ...
  • New Blogs

    August 01, 2011
    Dear Counselor:My husband and I have a niece at the local college. Since her parents are at a distant location, we have "adopted" her and often invite her to our home for meals or to come along with us on outings. More recently, we have found her ...
  • News Notes

    August 01, 2011
    New ASI-Northwest Officers ElectedAdventist-Laymen's Services and Industries Northwest chapter held its spring meeting April 28–May 1 on the beautiful shores of Coeur d'Alene Lake, Idaho. Those who attended were blessed and inspired with the praye...
  • From the GLEANER Archives

    August 01, 2011
    We need your help. Do you recognize any of these faces? Do you have an idea of where and when the photo was taken? Help us identify this photo in our archives. Add your comments to the August Archival Photo on the GLEANER Blog at www.gleaneronline...
  • Letters

    August 01, 2011
    Adventists Supported Hitler?You wrote [Let's Talk, June 2011] that some Adventists ... aligned with Hitler. Did I understand correctly? It's not going to change my love for my church because I am learning to be grounded on the Word of God. I just ...
  • New Blogs

    August 01, 2011
    Dear Counselor:My husband and I have a niece at the local college. Since her parents are at a distant location, we have "adopted" her and often invite her to our home for meals or to come along with us on outings. More recently, we have found her ...
  • Dumb and Dumber

    August 01, 2011
    There are vaccines for smallpox, polio and tuberculosis. Flu shots and inoculations against all sorts of unspeakable are in plenteous supply. But there is no such remedy for being dumb. Personal pedigree is no guarantee. Academic degrees do not pr...

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