The history culminating in the organization of the Tullahoma, Tenn. Church on October 29, 1949 is an interesting and extensive one. It went from a small group that began meeting at the old Presbyterian Church in Tullahoma in 1941 to a vibrant congregation of 134 in 2014. On October 25, 2014, a celebration was held […]
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In October, Highland Academy students were on a mission for Bigger and Better. The Bigger and Better game was the beginning of one of the many Highland Academy outreach days. http://customessaysonline.org/ The students were separated into groups and given $1 to begin their assignment. Each student group with a faculty member went into residential neighborhoods, […]
The Martin Memorial church in Centerville, Tenn. has begun a ministry that is growing in the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference. Ana Paula Swingle, formerly a student magabook canvasser, now married with a lovely 7-year-old daughter, sensed the conviction that God wanted her to work again in literature evangelism. Since she didn’t want to work alone, she shared […]
Nashville Area Community Center Changing Lives The Adventist Community Service Center (ACSC) serving the greater Nashville area sponsored an outreach booth at the 2014 Tennessee State Fair. Free blood pressure checks and nutritional counseling was provided along with the distribution of Christ centered literature. Drawings were also held for a Family Bible and a children’s book. […]
The Lord blessed with stunningly beautiful fall weather as, for the second year in a row, the men of the Kentucky-Tennessee and South Central conferences gathered together at Indian Creek Camp for a joint Men’s Ministries Conference. Approximately seventy-five men were in attendance from Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee. Everyone was blessed […]
Fifty-three young people and sponsors participated in the 2nd Annual Youth POWER Event, September 24-27. Participants this year came from Madison and Highland academies and the event was held in Manchester, Ky. The POWER (Prayer, Outreach, Witnessing, Excitement, Revival) Event consisted of working on various community service projects in an area that has been deemed […]
Over 350 people from across the greater Nashville area gathered for the 5th annual Neely’s Bend Fun Run on October 19 at Peeler Park in Madison. The event began with the Madison Campus Pathfinders Color Guard and a Madison Academy Senior, Imara Majors, who sang our National Anthem. The 1 mile and 5/10K races followed. At […]
Going up steps is always harder than coming down. It takes stamina, determination, and a reason to climb! The theme for our annual Young Women’s Retreat (YWR), “Step Up to God’s Calling”, was a challenge to live like Jesus in thought, dress, and relationships. On September 12, fifty seven young women from Highland Academy, Madison […]
“How was your summer?” It’s a common question for summer camp directors and it is one of my favorite questions to answer because it tells me people care what happens at Indian Creek Camp (ICC). So how was the 2014 summer at ICC? It was fantastic! That’s the short answer. The reason why is a […]
Thanks to Andy Wade, Highland Academy (HA) Grounds Manager, and a host of students and staff, HA campus has never looked better. New shrubs around the dorms, manicured grass, and new structures and sidewalks give the campus a well ordered appeal as a Strategic Plan to renovate buildings and grounds begins to take shape at […]