News Briefs for March 16, 2023
16 March 2023 |
Space for Adventist Gamers and Content Creators: “One Accord The Guild”
One Accord: The Guild (OAG) is a thriving and safe faith-based digital community for gamers and creatives to have fun and grow together spiritually. The group hosts live gaming & Minecraft events, gaming channels and groups, voice chats, live hangouts, and Bible studies. They also host an annual Content Creators Summit, which will be in Tempe, Arizona, this year from April 14-16.
Letter from President-elect John Wesley Taylor V to the Andrews University Community
On March 10, Dr. Taylor wrote a letter to the Andrews community which arrived in the inboxes of students, faculty, and staff on campus. In it, he detailed his vision for the university, as well as his philosophy of service. The full letter can be read at the Andrews Agenda website.
New Adventist Documentary to Be Released Titled “Masters of Joy”
A new documentary film called Masters of Joy will premiere on March 20, 2023, through Hope Channel Inter-America, as well as other Hope Media channels around the world. It is part of the cross-media Happiness project by the Global Adventist Internet Network (GAiN) in Europe. The film has been awarded the Best Feature Documentary by the Boden International Film Festival in Sweden. Find out more at the ANN News site.
RNs at Adventist Lodi Memorial Vote to Join California Nurses Association Union
“The registered nurses’ vote to join CNA is a great win for our hospital and our community,” said Yvonne Knaggs, a registered nurse at Lodi Memorial. “We are patients’ strongest advocates. Nurses from all departments need to be able to speak up because protecting our patients must come first. Building RN power through a strong union is the answer we’ve been looking for.” Read full story at the Sacramento Bee website.
New Book About Relationships Published by AU Communication Professor Couple
Heather Thompson Day and Seth Day, husband and wife and communication professors at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan, United States, recently published I’ll See You Tomorrow, a book about relationships. With 12 years under their belt, three children, and lots of experience and research, the Days decided to share their hard-earned wisdom by co-authoring this exploration of relational dynamics. Read more about the book at the Adventist Review site.