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Delegates review development of denomination; groundbreaking for replica of first publishing house in Michigan Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN
The Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has embarked on an ambitious and extensive social media and technology evangelistic campaign entitled ‘NOW’ - an acronym which means ‘Network of Online Witnesses.’ The campaign takes advantage of the proliferation of mobile devices and high speed data services, coupled with the reach of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Magazine, cut with penknife, united Sabbatarian Adventists Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN
THE leadership of Northern Caribbean University (NCU) and the membership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica, The Bahamas, Cayman and Turks and Caicos Islands are mourning the loss of an icon, Pastor Kenneth Granville Vaz.
Two lay members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who published articles in Adventist Review magazine in 2012 each received one of the Christian world’s top publishing prizes: Awards of Excellence from the Associated Church Press, an industry group. A total of 11 awards were presented to Adventist Review and Adventist World writers, staff and designers for work published last year, during ACP’s convention awards banquet on April 4, 2013, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Young director was at forefront of church technology Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN
Senior producer of ABC's 'Good Morning America' Sandra Aiken will be one of the main presenters at today's start of the annual Northern Caribbean University (NCU) Communication Symposium under the theme 'Show me the Ginger: Using Media to Help Jamaicans Remain Jamaicanly'.
The renowned neurosurgeon speaks with his church amid media attention ANN staff
The membership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the former West Indies Union Conference – that is, the Jamaica Union Conference (JAMU), and the Atlantic Caribbean Union Mission (ACUM) which comprises the Islands of the Bahamas, Cayman and Turks and Caicos -- are mourning the loss of an Icon, Pastor Kenneth Granville Vaz. Pastor Vaz passed away to his rest on Monday, April 1, 2013 after a long and illustrious life as a servant of God and a friend to man. He was 93 years old.
Omar Booth, a 36-year-old gardener, was on his way to work two weeks ago when he was stopped in his tracks, captivated by the heart-warming singing coming from the big tent at Maverley Park, St Andrew.cc
In visit to Adventist Church HQ, ambassador commends church’s contributions Ansel Oliver/ANN
Religious freedom festival celebrates progress in recent years IAD/ANN staff
The message was clear: Every church must strive to serve the needs of its community by becoming a health, as well as hope, center. This was the resounding theme heard during a four-day health summit which brought more than 220 health professionals and health directors from throughout the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America to Orlando, Florida, from Mar. 20-23, 2013.
The head of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica has called on the Government and the church to look out for the poor and most vulnerable, as the country braces for new taxes which come into effect today.
‘Compassion Weekend’ also sees flash mob in Times Square; prayer for passers-by Kimi-Roux James/ANN staff
Twenty-one year-old Ranique Topaz Spence, a Medical Technology student at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) is a 2013 recipient of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Women’s Ministries Scholarship.
Gripping the hands of Pastor Glenville Kerr moments before he baptised her, 58-year-old Audrey Irvin screamed repeatedly for Jesus. "Lord, is long time you been calling me, see me here now Lord, I am right here," she wept briefly, while standing in the pool
THE Good Samaritan Inn in Kingston, which is celebrating its fifth year, is planning to extend its services to the city's poor and indigent by setting up a health clinic and a skills training facility later this year.