Church Governance and Unity to Be Discussed at Annual Council
General Conference Secretariat asks church leaders to consider two documents on the issue.
"Hacksaw Ridge," new film on Desmond Doss, offers Adventists unique, unprecedented opportunity
The film, which depicts Doss's heroic acts that saved 75 soldiers during World War II, will be released in the United States on November 4.
Inter-America officially launches its three new Adventist television channels
The region’s top leader says the channels “will aim to inform, teach and effect changes in people’s lives within their own culture and context.”
On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, Adventist advocate talks peace-building
At an international gathering in Beijing, China, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s top diplomat addressed challenges to human rights and peace.
Church leaders in the Southern Asia-Pacific region join volunteers in ministering to the homeless
In addition to bread, “5 Loaves Ministries” provides clothes, undergarments and hygienic items to the needy.
Health and family seminair in Malaysia exemplifies Total Member Involvement
The five-day event in Serian, Sarawak led nearly 200 residents to Christ.
Training expands for substance abuse prevention program in Southeast Asia
The Adventist Church’s “Youth Alive” ministry equips marginalized youth to make positive life choices.
In Poland, Adventists gear up for release of Mel Gibson’s ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
Young people draw up an eight-point plan to share their faith and the inspiring story of Desmond Doss.
Adventist is appointed as deputy governor of the British Virgin Islands
The position will allow for Rosalie Adams to function as the nation’s acting governor when the governor is away on leave.
Judge refuses to work on Sabbath if appointed as Kenya’s chief justice
When interviewed for the position, David Maraga said it would be "very difficult" to hear a case on Saturday.