We expect high ethical and moral behaviour from our public leaders and citizens of our society, and rightly so, but how often do we stop and ask ourselves: Why should we have these expectations? How were these expectations formed within our culture? Where did we learn our ethics and values?
A men’s group from a Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica brought an early Christmas present to a local resident who lived in a dilapidated home that couldn't keep out the rain, the Jamaica Gleaner reported.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency has unveiled a 2014 Christmas catalog packed with goats, cows, stoves, outhouses and bicycle ambulances — holiday gifts that it says can be life-changing for recipients and provide a sustainable source of income to feed a family or send children to school.
The Police are advising members of the public to adopt safe practices and be very vigilant, as we approach the 2014 yuletide season, in order to reduce the risk of being robbed. Citizens can apply these safety measures, among others, throughout the holiday season.
A White scholar welcomes the decision by the Smithsonian magazine to acknowledge White’s influence on religion.
At least eight Adventists were among the 28 bus passengers massacred by Muslim extremists in northern Kenya on Sabbath morning, Nov. 22.
RELIGIOUS freedom is not the kind of issue that many Jamaicans will give a lot of focus. That reality, though, is an indication of our development as a society. For there are a number of countries where people experience discrimination because of their faith.
The Good Samaritan Inn is featured in this month's Adventist Mission Video and will also benefit from this Quarter's 13th Sabbath Offering.