Updated: Adventist leader discusses sexuality at United Nations conference

Ganoune Diop also speaks about the Christian need to treat all people with dignity and respect.

Derek Morris named president of Hope Channel, Inc.

Derek Morris has been named president of Hope Channel Inc., the global Christian television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Morris, who currently serves as editor of Ministry magazine, will now oversee the operations of the Hope Channel network of 43 affiliate channels

Why Adventist Church’s Chinese broadcasts Are flourishing

Some 8 million podcasts are downloaded every day in China.

Haystacks help Pennsylvania Adventist school win $30,000

The Pennsylvania Conference’s Mountain View Christian School in Williamsport received a $30,000 check from the Uncle Ben’s Beginners contest—thanks to a video about haystacks.

Everyone A Sower

2015 Annual Council Sermon

Free Adventist healthcare wins hearts in volatile Mexican community

An Adventist university provides treatment to members of a community that once appropriated its land.

In Egypt, Adventist Church distributes tens of thousands of books at major book fair

Church seeks to clear up local confusion over whether it is a Christian denomination

Suggested revisions to Adventist Church Manual include matters on discipline

Executive Committee sends edits to next July’s GC Session for consideration

Creative outreach projects highlighted at Council on Evangelism & Witness

Outreach restaurant ministering to hundreds; safety conversations with neighbors

In Egypt, mob destroys Adventist Church in Assiut

Attackers not part of wider, organized political movement, church leaders say Aug 15, 2013 Cairo, Egypt ANN staff The burning of a Seventh-day Adventist Church in the city of Assiut during rioting last night was not part of a wider, organized political movement, local church officials said. The Assiut Adventist Church, located approximately 360 kilometers south of Cairo, was attacked by a mob and heavily damaged after it was set on fire. The pastor and his wife hid in their upstairs apartment and were not found by the attackers, who set the building on fire
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