There is a danger in operating a vehicle with unchanged oil and filter. The oil filter is a paper/fabric cylindrical apparatus that prevents small foreign particles from circulating in the oil. This is of significance to any vehicle, because it increases the oil’s life span. When changing a vehicle’s oil, a simultaneous filter change is […]
Atlantic Union Conference Children’s Ministries Workshop Track 1 Sabbath, April 27, 2019 Registration is closed.
Seven schools in the Atlantic Union were recently awarded $55,000 in grant funding to support STEM education. The schools are among the recipients of nearly $1.2 million in grants from the Versacare Foundation earmarked for Adventist education. A total of 118 primary and secondary schools in the North American Division (NAD) will receive $920,000 […]
“And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it”—Genesis 2:15, KJV. What a marvelous portion of Scripture! Before sin entered the world, the first work God gave Adam and Eve was gardening. We shouldn’t overlook the significance of this work, then and […]
A vehicle’s oil is essential to both lubricate the engine and absorb the heat produced while in motion. It collaborates with many parts to perform the varied drive requirements. Over the passage of time, this oil wears, and becomes ineffective in performing these functions. At the lube instant-oil-change stop, the driver is presented with a […]
“And they brought unto him also infants, that he would touch them: . . . Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God”—Luke 18:15-16. As Seventh-day Adventist Christians, we have read and heard this text many times. The Bayberry school on Cape Cod experienced […]
Fuel. Every car has the capacity to store and utilize fuel as needed for efficient function. Correspondingly, God’s youth leaders are called to be filled with the Holy Spirit, to walk and talk with Him, so that they can ever flow out to others. They embrace the fact that it is “not by might, nor […]