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The worldwide refugee crisis is prompting the United States to open its immigration doors to a larger number of people from regions in turmoil.

This dramatic increase will undoubtedly enhance the chances that families fleeing persecution may move into our communities in the near future. How should Seventh-day Adventists respond when refugees from Syria, Burma, Iraq, Honduras, Guatemala and other nations become our neighbors?

Kettering College Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program Approved

Story by Kettering College Staff

Kettering College in Kettering, Ohio, recently gained final approval by the Higher Learning Commission to offer a doctorate in occupational therapy. This is the final action needed for adding the first doctoral program to begin at the college.

Story by Tamaria L. Kulemeka

Allegheny West Conference (AWC) teachers did more than mull over educational theory at their recent in-service session. As a matter of fact, for most of the day, teachers tinkered, measured, programmed, tested and received a crash course in robotics.

En el artículo principal de Visitor de este mes, el escritor Benjamin A. Baker nos presenta la vida de Henry Wright, quien durante 20 años ha pastoreado el Community Praise Center de Potomac Conference en Alexandria, Virginia. Su último día en el púlpito de esta iglesia será el 3 de mayo. Luego, servirá como pastor en la iglesia de Takoma Park, Maryland.