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Ted Wilson lays cornerstone for Adventist medical school in Rwanda

The school on the campus of the Adventist University of Central Africa will be denomination’s seventh medical school.

Annual report tracks ‘serious and sustained assault’ on religious freedom

This year’s report by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) adds eight more countries—Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan,Vietnam, Tajikistan, Syria, and Central African Republic—to its list of “countries of particular concern.”

Adventists in Kenya Inaguarate a Brand New Union Office Headquarters

Kenyan president praises contribution of the Adventist Church in the areas of health and education.

Adventist ministers are accredited to officiate civil marriages in Dominican Republic,

Some 80 Adventist ministers in the Dominican Republic were recently accredited by the Central Electoral Board to officiate civil marriages recognized by the state.

Adventists launch first mobile medical and dental clinic in Jamaica

The creation of the clinic is celebrated by medical and national leaders.

A Day in the Life of a Nominating Committee Member

The experience is called a sacrifice but is also a rewarding opportunity to see the Holy Spirit in action.

Mayor of Belize’s Largest City Praises Adventist Education

The mayor meets Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson at the start of Wilson’s six-country tour

Uganda’s president commends Adventists for honesty

Museveni attends fundraising launch for Church’s multipurpose complex

Uganda’s president commends Adventists for honesty, service

Museveni attends fundraising launch for Church’s multipurpose complex

Adventist leaders approve new administrative unit in Central America

South Central American Union Mission to become two unions
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