Once every five years Washington Adventist University (WAU) opens its doors to young gymnasts from across the U.S., Canada, and the Dominican Republic for Acrofest. This year they welcomed 22 teams with more than 800 performers to the campus. One team, however, almost didn't make it.
Belinda Cheeseboro, an Andrews University (Mich.) 2015 graduate and who is now working on a Ph.D. in Physics and Astronomy at West Virginia University, participated in research that was recently recognized with a Nobel Prize.
This fall New Jersey Conference’s Lake Nelson School in Piscataway re-opened it’s doors with a new name, Lake Nelson Adventist Academy, and an expanded offering of grades through high school, but not until after overcoming many obstacles.
I remember when my family moved to the New Jersey Conference 30 years ago. My wife, Celita, two sons, Jose Jr. and Josue, and I came after ministering in the Euro-African Division. We carried four nearly empty pieces of luggage, but our hearts were lled with dreams.