Washing one another’s feet is a time-honored practice that is supposed to instill in the participants a sense of humbleness, service, gentleness, kindness, meekness, closeness and all that other good stuff. But who knows where that other’s person foot has been? There are things in the world like germs, fungus and flesh-eating bacteria, you know. Here’s how to wash feet with the least amount of human contact.

MANDEVILLE, Jamaica — In a move to boost enrollment for the Adventist university, Jamaica-based Northern Caribbean University has announced that it will be offering bobsledding as a new Read more […]

It’s Halloween! Dreaded by Adventists everywhere for its pagan roots, celebration of the occult and the inevitable explaining to teary-eyed children of why they can not go out and have fun that night. But no need to fear! We’ve come up with some ideas that may help soothe the pain of not getting free candy from strangers.

COLLEGEDALE, Tenn. — Clara and Ed Holder have big plans for their marriage next year. The Collegedale-based couple is planning to move to a country with territory comfortably within the Read more […]

LANSING, Mich. — “Former criminals make amazing pastors,” said Michigan Conference spokesman Dan Giligan this week as the conference launched a 5-year recruitment effort focused on ex-cons. Giligan Read more […]

Thousands of people, some of whom had given away all of their possessions, waited expectantly for Jesus to appear on Oct. 22, 1844. When He didn’t appear, the date became known as the Great Disappointment. But out of the Great Disappointment the seeds of the Seventh-day Adventist Church sprouted. We’re a little late to the celebration (disappointing, we know ::haaaaa::) but in honor of that momentous occasion, we present a list of things that Adventists find disappointing.