A Couple with a Combined Age of 207 Years Are Baptized in Zambia

healthily. As we live in the last days, the church members in Ndola are on fire for Jesus as they champion the church’s strategic plan, “I Will Go!” “As has just been said: ‘Today, if you hear His voice

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The Adventist Church and its agency, ADRA, make public appeal to help out of school children worldwide

One million signatures needed to ensure 262 million young people not in school receive quality and equitable education.

Church have long supported social justice issues, including working with faith-based communities to champion support for refugees, migrants and displaced persons during World Refugee Day and World Refugee

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One million signatures being petitioned so all children in the world can be in school

advocate on different social justice issues, including working with faith- based communities to champion support for refugees, migrants and displaced persons during World Refugee Day and World Refugee

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Church Leaders Urged to Model Healthy Lifestyles

Ted Wilson takes aim at meat and caffeine as Global Leadership Summit attendees celebrate benefits of vegan diet and exercise.

Pounds’ Elie Weick-Dido, president of the West-Central Africa Division, said he used to be a champion cyclist but had neglected to exercise during his studies to become a pastor and then as a church

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Religious Liberty Advocates Called to Reach out Beyond Comfort Zones

Annual dinner speakers call for increased bridge building.

Rights of Minorities and Religious Freedom The keynote speaker for the 2018 event, themed “Championing Freedom of Conscience for All,” was Turkish advocate, scholar, and author Aykan Erdemir. Harva [...] religious freedom. “The Seventh-day Adventist Church has had a long and distinguished tradition of championing religious freedom for all, not just church members,” explained Adventist Church’s Legislative Affairs

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International Bible Conference Convenes in Rome with Emphasis on Eschatology

More than 360 Seventh-day Adventist theologians, college and university professors and church administrators have convened in Rome, Italy from June 11-21.

current state of affairs.” By contrast the modern worldview, rooted in science, reason and progress champions a natural and evolutionary process which leaves God and his actions out of the picture, said Hasel

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GC's Special Needs Ministries Focuses on Possibilities

Interview with Larry Evans, Assistant to the General Conference President for the Deaf and Special Needs Ministries.

body moves very awkwardly and in ways that frustrate him. Yet, I’ve learned he is a national chess champion and capable of playing multiple chess games at the same time. What have I learned? I’ve learned

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As we mark World Refugee Day (June 20) in 2017, more than 65 million people continue to be displaced globally.

Relief Agency (ADRA), which serves as the humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, has championed the rights and wellbeing of people displaced by conflict and persecution—men, women and children

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In the Face of Financial Challenges, the Adventist Church Refocuses on Stewardship

Annual Council report says strong US dollar still impacting Church’s budget and tithe.

cooperation from local pastors. Prestol-Puesán praised the fervor of the stewardship group and championed their commitment to systematic giving. He appealed to church members to return their tithes and

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