Serving northwest Washington, Radio of Hope – Nine One One, is owned and operated by the Port Townsend Seventh-day Adventist Church. Operating from the Olympic Peninsula, KROH FM is a new listener-supported station broadcasting 24 hours a day via the Internet. Its final transmitter construction is anticipated in July. Safe for every member of the family Radio of Hope features traditional Christian music and programs focusing on “Christ our Righteousness.” LISTEN NOW
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While Ellen White may not have known the modern technology that we have at our fingertips today, her writings are available on an increasing number of devices and platforms. Stefan Serena, Ellen G. White Estate technical coordinator, is working with his team to make White’s writings freely available to pastors and laity alike through their websites, desktop tools and smartphone apps (Android and iOS). They have even released a site with photos of people and places from Ellen White’s time. You can read more about the work of the White Estate at AdventistWorld.org.
While it maybe cold and snowy around the Northwest, now is the time to start thinking about the Vacation Bible School program for your church. This year’s program from the Review and Herald, titled The Investigation Station: The Genesis Factor, is available now. Created by a team of local church VBS leaders, children’s ministries directors, and pastors, the program teaches kids to investigate God’s Word. Featuring Adventist beliefs including God as the Creator, the seventh-day Sabbath, baptism, and heaven, The Investigation Station: The Genesis Factor is designed to connect with community children while engaging Adventist children in learning Bible truths. The program is available in English and Spanish from AdventSource or your local ABC.
The NAD Ministerial Department plans to launch a new digital magazine for Adventist clergy in North America in first quarter 2013. This electronic magazine will be available at no charge for all the pastors in the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist church to download on their iPad, Android, and Kindle Fire tablet devices according to Dave Gemmell, Associate Director of NAD Ministerial.
CALLED will delivery timely text articles, video, audio, and web interactivity. The new delivery system will replace the Pastor’s DVD which has served pastors of the NAD for the past ten years. Gemmell anticipates that CALLED will get pastors the resources they need faster, and more economically. “With 60% of pastors currently owning iPads or other tablets, the time is right to make the move,” says Gemmell. Read more…
GLOW in the Dark – Are you looking for ways to witness on the darkest night of the year? Each year, members in the Upper Columbia Conference (UCC) have been using Halloween as an opportunity to share God’s word with their neighbors by handing out GLOW pamphlets to trick-or-treaters who come to their door. And this year is no different. Visit UCC’s website for more information and to participate in this event.
PraizeVision - Based in Bronx, New York, PraizeVision is a 24-hour Internet streaming network. Under the leadership of CEO Gary Saunders, the Internet service streams “live” church services and events, archived programs, ministries, and radio stations. Join the global family and access programming anywhere in the world.
Radio of Hope: This radio station is available for audio streaming for PCs, laptops, iPhone, & Android. This is a great resource for youth seeking traditional Christian music, solid teaching, and great character-building storytelling. More Info: Visit RadioOfHope.org.
Hymns and Favorites - Transmitting exclusively through the Internet, Hymns and Favorites is a commercial-free ministry of Positive Life Radio, based at Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington. The all-music format offers traditional hymns and inspirational favorites from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s
Adventist Hymnal Software: Seventh-day Adventist Church media teams, or anyone for that matter, can digitally access the SDA Hymnal in English or Spanish and use it during church services. More Info: Visit: DigitalHymnal.org.
LeadOut Ministries: This website is packed with Bible study and ministry resources for children, youth and young adults. The organization was founded by Troy Fitzgerald, Walla Walla University Church Young Adult Pastor. More Info: Visit LeadOutMinistries.com
Living It Highschool Outreach: This highschool outreach website has a resource center to help youth leaders find support for working with public highschool students. There are video testimonies, outreach ideas and more. More Info: Visit LivingItHS.org.
Beginning in Jesus: This “Experiencing Christ Together” Student Edition curriculum contains everything you need to facilitate small groups that want to learn more about Jesus, whether it’s a complete lesson or just some prompts to move your group along. More Info: Vsit YouthSpecialties.com.
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The Clear Word, an easy-to-read paraphrase of the Bible, is now available for your portable reading devices, such as iPad, Kindle, Nook, etc. The eBook edition comes with features such as resizable text, bookmarking, built-in dictionary, searching and much more. Audio editions, read by Lonnie Melashenko, are also available in CD or MP3 formats. Each edition of The Clear Word, print, eBook or audio, is available at AdventistBookCenter.com.