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Inter-America: Church certifies dozens of chaplains serving at educational institutions

Dozens of chaplains from educational institutions throughout the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America met to gain certification to better minister to the needs of students across schools and institutions.

White Estate database hacked, stolen copyrighted materials sold online

The website containing all of the writings of Seventh-day Adventist Church co-founder Ellen G. White was hacked and some of its copyrighted documents were offered for sale online, church officials said.

Jamaica: First non-Adventist minister graduates from NCU

n what is termed a historic occasion, Reverend Wayan Wellington of the New Testament Church of God, became the first non-Adventist to graduate from Northern Caribbean University's (NCU) Master of Arts in Religion program earlier this month.

Church officials say Pacific Union vote on ordination preempts study process

Top leadership of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists this evening issued a response to the Pacific Union Conference's vote to ordain ministers without regard to gender, saying the move is a "serious threat" to unity of the world church and p

Adventist Olympian says post-marathon celebration is testament to faith in God

When Seventh-day Adventist long-distance runner Abel Kirui crosses a finish line, he drops to his knees and bows his head, offering a prayer in celebration.

Jamaica: NCU grants Prime Minister Honorary degree for her public service

Prime Minister of Jamaica, The Most Honorable Portia Simpson Miller received a honorary degree from Northern Caribbean University (NCU) during its 2012 Graduation Commencement Exercises on August 12

Adventist Risk Management s anti-abuse message now a global movement

Seventh-day Adventist risk management officers are hoping a grassroots campaign to stop child abuse finds traction among the church's 17-million member global family.

Watch ASI Inter-America’s Annual Convention live from Guatemala

Tune in to Inter-America's 12th Annual Adventist Laymen's Services and Industries (ASI) Convention opening program today beginning at 6:00 p.m. Guatemala Time or 8:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. The program will be streamed live over the internet from Hot

Adventist Church president appeals for unity in television interview

Seventh-day Adventist world church President Ted N.C. Wilson appealed to the world church family to remain united in the face of issues that threaten to create dissension and distraction.

Jamaica: Local police station and post office get makeover from Adventist Churches

What began as one community project for the Grange Hill and Word of Hope Seventh-day Adventist churches could have been counted as two at the end of a community project day, in Montego Bay, Jamaica late last month.

Costa Rica: Adventist sprinter runs for God, forgoes shot at London Olympics

Tracy Joseph has had a passion for running since she was very young. She participated in any sport she could. At 13 while, enrolled at the Adventist School in Limon, Costa Rica

Church leaders issue ‘An Appeal for Oneness in Christ"

Leaders of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists today issued "An Appeal for Oneness in Christ," urging the church's constituent union conferences to shun "unilateralism" in deciding on ordination policy.

Inter-America: Upcoming ASI Convention to be held in Guatemala

Inter-America's 12th Annual Adventist-laymen's Services and Industries (ASI) Convention this year is expected to draw nearly 200 Adventist professionals and church leaders at Hotel Soleil in Antigua, Guatemala, August 15-18, 2012.

For Adventist chaplain at London Olympics, pins are tools of the trade

Six days a week during the Olympics, Richard Daly takes the Underground here to Olympic Park in East London, where more than 100,000 spectators swarm nine game venues.

In London, Olympics outreach impacts community members

Weir's theatrical production underscores church officials' call for members to serve in the community during the Olympics, which has drawn hundreds of thousands of international visitors and extensive media coverage to London.

United States: Columbia Union Votes Gender-Neutral Ordinations

A special July 29 constituency meeting called by the Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists voted a resolution: "That the Columbia Union Conference authorize ordination to the gospel ministry without regard to gender."

Inter-America: Children s Ministries leaders and teachers re-equip and recommit to discipling children

They came from hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist churches and congregations from across the Inter-American Division (IAD) territory with a common purpose: to acquire new skills in order to guide children toward a life of discipleship in Jesus Christ.

Adventist television ministry increasing Africa outreach

A new satellite television channel for speakers of major indigenous African languages is in the works and will likely launch next year as part of Hope Channel, the global television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Mexico: Adventist students to compete in international film festival

In a few days, a team of students from the Adventist-operated Montemorelos University will participate in Guanajuato's 15th International Film Festival (GIFF) competition, in the historic city of Guanajuato, in Mexico.

United States: Oakwood s Aeolians win awards in world choir competition

Student singers from the Seventh-day Adventist Church's Oakwood University, located in Huntsville, Alabama, took home three awards from the world's largest choir competition last week.

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