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  • UPDATED: Ted Wilson calls for prayer as cyclone batters Mozambique March 15, 2019
    Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, appealed to church members worldwide to pray as a fierce cyclone bore down on Mozambique. Cyclone Idai made landfall with winds of up to 105 miles per hour (165 kilometers per hour) late March 14 near Beira, a port of 500,000 people where the Adventist […]
  • Christ and His Mission March 9, 2019
    Leading up to the Andrews University board meetings in Berrien Springs, MI this week, university president Andrea Luxton and Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, engaged in an hour-long conversation featuring questions covering a wide array of topics of interest in the church today. The conversation was part of an afternoon program […]
  • Adventist communicators go bold to support the mission of the Church March 6, 2019
    Seventh-day Adventist communicators closed the 2019 Global Adventist Internet Network (GAiN) Conference in Sweimeh, Jordan, with a pledge to step up and go bold with initiatives to support the mission of the church. The February 28, 2019 wrap-up session for the event, which drew more than 600 information technology (IT) experts, communication directors, television producers, […]
  • Videos released from Sabbatarian Adventist dialogue March 5, 2019
    A series of eight presentations delivered during a recent meetingbetween representatives of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement are now available online, says Dr. Nikolaus Satelmajer, coordinator of the two-day dialogue held in December last year.  Satelmajer, former associate secretary of the Ministerial Association and editor of Ministrymagazine, said news reports of […]
  • Five heart health tips for the working woman March 5, 2019
    Heart disease is the number one killer in women, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Stress is one of the major risk factors responsible for cardiovascular disease. According to the American Institute of Stress, work is the major stress source for American adults.  Purvi Parwani, MD, a Loma Linda University International Heart Institute cardiovascular […]
  • eHuddle reinvigorates passion for evangelism March 5, 2019
    For two and a half days, on Feb. 18-20, 2019, evangelism directors of conferences and unions, church administrators, pastors, innovators, and other leaders gathered at eHuddle in San Diego to share, learn, and dialogue on how the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America can more effectively reach people in a growing, secular culture. More than […]
  • In Venezuela, Church continues to operate amid challenges, death of one church member March 1, 2019
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Venezuela is saddened by the loss of one of its members in La Gran Sabana, in the southeastern part of the country that shares borders with Brazil and Guyana. Zoraida Rodríguez, an active member of her local church in Kumarakapay, was killed on Feb. 22, 2019, during a confrontation between […]
  • Launch of first teen mission film contest by Adventist Mission March 1, 2019
    Following the popular My Story, My Mission film contest for college students comes the #FollowHim film contest exclusively for young people aged 18 years old and younger. Adventist Mission invites youth around the world to creatively express, in one minute or less, what it means to follow Christ in a mission-focused life. This contest is […]
  • ADRA launches “Every Child. Everywhere. In School.” global advocacy campaign March 1, 2019
    The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) announced this week a new global advocacy campaign, “Every Child. Everywhere. In School.” The campaign is an urgent call to leaders around the world that all children, regardless of race, age, nationality, gender, religion or origin, have a right to earn and complete an education, and that being […]
  • Turkish Adventist church regains ownership of historic property in Istanbul March 1, 2019
    Visitors often remember the Taksim Seventh-day Adventist Church in Istanbul, Turkey as a place with panoramic views over the Bosphorus Strait and magnificent metropolitan area. For Adventists in Turkey, the Taksim Adventist Church property, situated near the bustling center of Taksim square, has been a symbolic place because it represents the history of the Adventist […]
  • In Jamaica, six-year-old preacher inspires third baptism in two years February 16, 2019
    His voice, was as clear as crystal, but it was what six-year-old Dakarai Williams said that held thousands of worshipers in rapt attention at the Lord Transform Me Convention held at the Montego Bay Convention Center in Jamaica on Feb. 9, 2019. “Two years ago l was asked to be baptized but l said, I […]
  • How to make Godly decisions February 16, 2019
    What do you do when you have to make a big decision? Paula Cristina Ghibut had a big decision to make. She was 14 and about to finish eighth grade in Romania. She had to decide where to go to high school. The decision was huge. Paula wanted to become an elementary school teacher, and […]
  • Life Health Foods teams up with former Olympian February 15, 2019
    Life Health Foods AU (LHF) has teamed up with former Olympian Stephanie Rice to increase awareness of the benefits of following a plant-based diet and to encourage Australians to eat more plant-based foods. Since partnering with Rice in 2018, LHF brand Vegie Delights has launched a number of marketing campaigns and activities that promote a […]
  • La Sierra University’s Zapara School of Business rolls out MBA in Hawaii February 15, 2019
    This winter, La Sierra University’s Zapara School of Business launched its first out-of-state Master of Business Administration program, offering graduate courses designed for busy health care professionals. The MBA cohort program at Adventist Health Castle medical center in Kailua, Hawaii, officially began instruction on Jan. 7, 2019, following a fast-tracked setup and approval in December […]
  • Korea’s Supreme Court gives historic legal victory to young Adventist student February 14, 2019
    The almost two-year legal ordeal of Han Ji Man, a young Seventh-day Adventist medical student in Korea, ended last month when the country’s Supreme Court upheld his right to take university exams outside of Sabbath hours. Adventists in Korea are celebrating the landmark ruling, issued January 31, which they hope will signal a new era […]