Adventist radio mangers in Africa get equipped for excellence during regional training

Adventist leaders celebrate the expansion of Adventist World Radio on the continent.

Why Adventist Church’s Chinese broadcasts Are flourishing

Some 8 million podcasts are downloaded every day in China.

2015 Adventist World Budget funds mission, administrative support

Highlights of headquarters budget of $184 million; full budget upon request

Upgrades turn up the volume on Adventist radio ministry

Adventist World Radio's Guam station now equipped for greater reach in Asia Sep 10, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff, with reporting by Shelley Nolan Freesland A multi-million dollar upgrade dedicated last week at Adventist World Radio’s flagship studio in Guam will broaden the scope of the radio ministry’s outreach across Asia, administrators say.

ANN Video Full Episode – November 4, 2011

Jamaican Adventists march in support of Enditnow, Fulton College relocation in Fiji, ADRA responds to flooding in Thailand, In Inter-America, ministers connect in first region-wide virtual council, Adventist hospital in Germany earns top reviews, Dedication of Mongolian missionaries, Why do some young adults leave the church?, Take the Gift, Adventist World preview, Missionary serving in Peru, #HowIShareMyFaith, Adventist work in Nepal, The Great Hope, Adventist World Radio podcasts, Power of united prayer, Information about a mini-stroke, New adaptations of Ellen G.

Adventist publishing house faces management shift

The Review and Herald Publishing Association, the 161-year-old book-and-magazine publishing arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is reorganizing its management team, officials said April 29, 2010. The moves follow years of mounting financial losses and a desire to see a change in the organization's leadership, the unit's board of directors said.

New smoking ban in Finland expected to pass by summer

The Finnish government took further measures for public health earlier this month by proposing a ban on smoking in private cars with underage occupants and prohibiting stores from displaying tobacco products. The Finnish government recently proposed stricter smoking laws that will likely take effect this summer. The restrictions include no smoking in cars with underage occupants and a ban on displaying tobacco products in stores.

Churchs flagship magazine widens print, online readership with new language editions

The international paper for Seventh-day Adventist Church, Adventist World, is adding new languages in both print and online editions to benefit language groups in Europe and Asia.  Six months after the online launch of a German-language edition, an estimated 25,000 Adventist Church members in Germany and Switzerland will begin receiving monthly print copies of Adventist World in their own language, Adventist Review staff said.

Former Adventist Church president for West Indies region knighted by Queen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II knighted governor-general of Jamaica Sir Patrick Allen when he was presented his credentials during a private audience in Buckingham Palace. Allen, former church president for the West Indies region, was made a knight commander of the Order of St. Michael and St
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