• Student Scholarships Are Available

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Mar 31 2014

    Grant applications are now availabe for the Frank & Lulu Saunders Scholarship administered by the Dakota Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

    • Grant applicants must hold church membership in the Dakota Conference.
    • Enrollment must be in a post-secondary institution that is listed in the most recent official Seventh-day Adventist Yearbook.
    • Two types of student scholarships are available - Graduate and Undergraduate.
    • Print scholarship applications and mail to the Dakota Conference at 7200 N Washington St, Bismarck, ND 58503.
    • Find applications under the Scholarship tab on the left of the screen.
  • Maranatha Coming to North Dakota

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Mar 31 2014

    Maranatha Coming to North Dakota

    Maranatha will be coming to the Harvey Seventh-day Adventist Church in Harvey, ND May 31, 2014. Maranatha is inviting people from around the Dakota Conference who have participated in Maranatha projects or those who are interested in becoming involved in a Maranatha project to come. Please contact Elder Bill Edwards for additional information.

    Maranatha played a major roll in the construction of the Harvey Adventist church. They are excited to be returning to the Harvey district.

  • Run to Be Held at Campmeeting

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Mar 31 2014

    Dirt Kicker Charity Run


    There will be a charity run Friday, June 13 at 8 a.m. at the Dakota Conference campmeeting. A run/walk 5K (3.1 miles), 10K (6.2 miles) and Half marathon (13.1 miles) will be offered. Please visit website to register and for more information.

    The run will start at Dakota Adventist Academy, make a circle around the academy, through faculty row onto Hwy 1804 for a short distance and east on 156th Ave NW which is a dirt/gravel road. There will be turn-around spots along the route for each run. The route is hilly and challenging but will be run for a good cause.

    All registration proceeds will benefit the Ruth Meiers Hospitality House in Bismarck, ND which helps those that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The charity believes in offering their clients a hand up and not a hand out. Their goal is "to provide the skills and the tools (to clients) to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community."