There’s a burning bush in Page, Arizona. Right on the corner of South Lake Powell Boulevard and Coppermine Road. You might not recognize it immediately as a burning bush, because it is disguised as an Adventist church. The site of the All Nations Adventist Church was once not very attractive, an irritation to the city and an embarrassment the people who worship there. But that was before an intensive campaign to beautify and create an attractive place that would reflect God’s love.
Lead by Pastor James Crosby and his wife, Nancy, over the last couple years the weeds have disappeared and new trees, a vegetable and flower garden, and a shade and picnic area have sprung up in their place, making it one of the most improved areas in Page. It’s become a place that attracts attention to what God is doing—like a burning bush!
Read more about this wonderful story at lakepowellchronicle.com/article/page-all-nations-church-receives-community-beautification-award
Association of Adventist Women to Host Interfaith Conference on Sexual Abuse
The Association of Adventist Women is the oldest, continuously operating organization of Adventist women. Founded in 1982, it is much appreciated and valued for its advocacy for women in church leadership, recognition of the achievements of Adventist women around the globe, and its annual conferences which engage our communities in thoughtful and important discussions impacting women and all of us.
The 2018 AAW Conference is called “Unveiling: Women, Faith, and Sexual Abuse.” It will be a conversation across several faith traditions about a topic that has affected and continues to affect women of faith.
Learn more about this upcoming event at associationofadventistwomen.com/conferences?fbclid=IwAR1o1qCHKP7yHdHJ2uJDrPW9jzJ7SJGdVio3v_uVKqNxXDRGfncEckotSM4