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Tithes & Offerings; AB Virtual Camp Meeting 2020; Youth Camp Meeting; MANS 2020 Graduation; NAD Conversation on Racism & Adventism; WillsNow Ends July 2; NAD Day of Prayer (June 27); AB Conference Youth Department Addresses Racism & Social Justice (June 28 & July 4); Special COVID Offering (July 11); Should We Protest?; ABC Summer Food and Book Sales; It Is Written Message for the Week; Interview with the Jackson's; Burman Job Opportunity; GC Strategic Focus for 2020-2025; Return Tithe Online;
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Alberta Conference Virtual Camp Meeting
(July 17-25) 

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Mamawi Atosketan Native School celebrates six graduates

Grad ceremony held on June 16 for Indigenous school north of Ponoka

On June 16, 2020 Mamawi Atosketan Native School (MANS) said farewell to six graduates, three of whom are the first in their families to graduate from high school.

The graduating students are Evan Louis, Tessa Potts Jade Rabbit, Taleisha Roan and Shaneek Roasting. Rabbit plans to enter Burman University’s pre-med program this fall, and Roasting plans to pursue a degree in business at Burman University.

Louis, Potts and Roasting are the first in their families to graduate from high school. Read the story in the Ponoka News

Watch the Conversation on Racism and Adventism with NAD Leadership

WillsNow Offered by The Alberta Conference Available Until July 2nd

Lawyer-drafted Wills during the COVID-19 Pandemic – The Planned Giving Department teams up with Adventist lawyers in Edmonton, Lacombe and Calgary to ensure a lawyer-drafted will for any member needing one. More details at  or call Planned Giving/Philanthropy director Lynn McDowell at (403) 342-5044 x 233 for information and appointments. 

NAD Day of Prayer for Racial Justice and Equality (June 27)

The leadership of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church is asking its members, churches, ministries, and services to join in a special day of prayer on June 27 for the deep hurt and frustration that racial injustice and inequity have caused in North America. As the conversations on racism in society and in the church continue to grow, we are urging the 1.2 million church members in the territories of Bermuda, Canada, Guam/Micronesia, and the United States to come together and prayerfully seek God’s guidance and leading in our lives, especially in how we relate to one another, and how we can help stop injustice against people of color. As leaders, we want to ask the Holy Spirit to open our hearts and ears so we may understand and listen to our brothers and sisters, specifically in the Black American community, as they share the pain and anger they have experienced over the years. We want to ask for forgiveness, and we want to ask for compassion and strength to have the tough yet necessary conversations so our church can move forward in healing the wounds that run deep in our faith community. By coming to God in prayerful surrender to Him, we can become the church God wants us to be to reach out to those hurting in all our communities.
Resources can be found at
If for some reason you are not able to participate at this time, it will be recorded and be on Facebook live so it will be available any time. Big shout out to Thembie Samantha Tshuma, Master Guide Coordinator, for organizing this live and important discussion! #youthministry #albertaconference #socialjustice #youth

Adventist churches worldwide to collect special offering for Covid-19 response (July 11)

Jun 09, 2020 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Office of Adventist Mission

Adventist churches around the world are being asked to collect a special COVID-19 offering on July 11 to support communities devastated by the pandemic. Funds raised by local churches will be used to help respond within their region of the world.

This means that all COVID-19 Response offerings given by church members will go to their local division and local fields to fund initiatives to help those suffering from this pandemic. Masks. Essential supplies. Counseling . . . Whatever it takes. See more at

Should We Protest Discrimination and Racism?

June 19, 2020

 “But Pastor, is it okay to protest?”

“Did Jesus ever do it? Didn’t He just preach the Gospel and didn’t waste His time doing that?”

“Doesn’t Ellen White say that we cannot involve ourselves in this type of thing?”

“Don’t you think we should stop wasting our precious time in distractions such as these and preach the Three Angels Message?”

“This is all politics.”

These are some questions and comments we have heard during the last few weeks. Actually, some of these, we have heard for years now. They come from colleagues, family members, brothers, and sisters in our churches, and others. Interesting, that as Adventists, with protestant roots, we have to ask the question, if it is OK to protest.

So let’s start with Jesus; after all, He is the one we should always begin with. He is the One Ellen White would have started with. After that, we will deal with the early church and its pioneers, and we will end with our church today. Learn more at

ABC Summer Food Sales 

For a full list of the foods on sale this summer, please click the link below. Please be advised that prices are subject to change.

ABC Summer Book Sales 

For a full list of the books on sale this summer, please click the link below. Please be advised that prices are subject to change.
"Why Not Give God a Chance?" is the next in the It Is Written “Daily Living by Every Word of God” videos.

Ministry, God’s Mission, and People

Dan and Donna Jackson talk about their passion for people as they retire from their official roles in the North American Division.

June 17, 2020 | Columbia, Md. | Daniel Weber

Daniel R. Jackson has served as president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America for 10 years. He and his wife, Donna, an associate director for the NAD’s Ministerial Association, are retiring on July 1, 2020. Dan Weber, NAD communication director, recently sat down with the Jacksons to talk about their ministry, church life, fond memories, and what they hope for the future for the church. Read the conversation at

Burman University Job Opportunities

Burman University invites applications for the following positions:
   Full-time Position in Biology Lab Technologist
   Full-time Communication Coordinator Position
Please visit our website for details.


New Strategic Focus “Reach the World: I Will Go” Rooted in the Great Commission

The plan, based on a biblical and Spirit of Prophecy mandate, covers a wide spectrum of church life.

Jun 19, 2020 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Beth Thomas

In a special live-streamed event July 3-4, the Seventh-day Adventist Church will unveil its strategic focus for 2020-2025. Building on the Reach the World theme begun in 2015, the next five years will see a focus on mission through the Reach the World: I Will Go initiative. The plans are explained at

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