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As city outreach push begins, denomination sends international students ANN staff
A decade after the Great Disappointment, the fledgling Advent movement was at another crossroads. But where 1844 had jarred the movement’s doctrinal core, this crisis saw leaders debating more tangible matters.
A growing need to support pastors, refine doctrine and organize for mission Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN
The West African country of Equatorial Guinea last month expelled a Seventh-day Adventist missionary who was serving as president of the denomination’s local mission in the capital city, Malabo.
Agency helped hundreds of families with housing, winter clothing Ansel Oliver/ANN
Authorities claim FM transmitter was illegal satellite rig Mark Kellner, Adventist Review
Equatorial Guinea, one of Africa’s poorest and smallest nations, expelled a Seventh-day Adventist pastor from Spain who was serving as president of the Church’s Mission in the capital city, Malabo.
THEY ARE fresh out of university and several of them may not even have found a job as yet. But they have already found it in themselves to give to those in need. Members of the newly formed Northern Caribbean University (NCU) Alumni Association, North Jamaica Chapter, spent the morning with children at Edge Hill School of Special Education in St Ann's Bay, warming their hearts with love.
More than 500 pack Greenwich Village church for campaign kickoff Mark Kellner, Adventist Review
Pastor Donald Ezekiel Kent, former president of the Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists passed away to his rest on Monday, June 5, 2013 in North Carolina, USA. He was 75 years old.
Top Seventh-day Adventist leaders of the Inter-American Division (IAD) honored champion lay evangelists as well as the longest-active members from across the territory during a special ceremony last week at the IAD Headquarters Office in Miami, Florida. Hundreds of the executive committee members were present.
Adventist Church among organizations committing to raise awareness, understanding Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN
Top news agencies report on study from church’s Loma Linda University Ansel Oliver/ANN
Long-term outreach strategies paying off; reaching a Macedonian pop star Ansel Oliver/ANN
Some Adventist students were required to take exams on Saturdays ANN staff
Supporters and volunteers of the Seventh-day Adventist run Good Samaritan Inn teamed up with the Ministry of Local Government - Poor Relief Department to feed more than two hundred and thirty needy persons who turned up at the Inn on May 23, 2013.
With claims being made that Jamaica has more churches per square mile than any other country in the world, Counselling and Education Psychologists, Tirsah Holder is calling on the church to be a safe haven for the nation’s children and to report cases of child abuse.