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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'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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
More than 200 Seventh-day Adventist first responders comprising 10 rescue teams from Colombia and Venezuela gathered in Juan Frio, Colombia, to review logistics, sharpen their skills, and network during a three-day training session
"Do not resort to the easy way out, do not seek shortcuts," said the president of the Atlantic Caribbean Union, Dr. Leonard Johnson, as he addressed the citizens of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, residents, and visitors...
A team of students from Northern Caribbean University (NCU) in Jamaica walked away with top honors in the mobile app competition at the Digital Jam 2.0 Marketplace and Job Fair held recently in Kingston Jamaica.
Inter-America: Children s leaders and teachers challenged to seek out children who have left the church
Pastor Israel Leito, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America, urged children's leaders and teachers to actively seek children who have left the church and offer comfort to their parents during his Sabbath address at the Children's M
More than 500 children's leaders and teachers attending Inter-America's Children's Ministries Leadership Convention at Camp Kulaqua in High Springs, Florida, took a break from workshops and seminars last Friday night to slip into white robes and golden be
More than 500 children's leaders and teachers attending Inter-America's Children's Ministries Leadership Convention at Camp Kulaqua in High Springs, Florida, took a break from workshops and seminars
Church leaders and teachers from throughout the 21 unions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America celebrated their successful achievements in working with the many thousands of children in churches throughout the territory.
The church needs to be more welcoming and caring for children with special needs. This was the core message presented by Barbara J. Newman, a church and school consultant from Children's Learning Center Network
"As children's ministries leaders, we need to become strong effective disciplers of children, encourage, empower and equip parents and families to be able to guide children into becoming spiritual giants," said Linda Koh,
Seventh-day Adventist world church leaders embarked upon a literature sharing campaign two years ago that surpassed in scale any literature project to date.
Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist leaders and teachers from throughout Inter-America have been arriving by the dozens to the territory's first ever children's ministries leadership convention which begins tonight at Camp Kulaqua in High Springs, Florida,