Adventist digs included in top 10 biblical archaeology discoveries of 2015

Southern Adventist University makes Christianity Today’s Top 10 list — twice.

Creative outreach projects highlighted at Council on Evangelism & Witness

Outreach restaurant ministering to hundreds; safety conversations with neighbors

New Editor Signals Change at Insight

For the first time, the editor of the church’s weekly youth magazine,  Insight , will be a trained counselor. Omar Miranda came to youth ministry from a career of counseling adolescents and their families

IRLA joins call for pastor’s release from Iranian prison

Move came a day after letter from U.S.

Norwegian Adventist leader says hate must not prevail following attacks

Reidar Kvinge, president of the Adventist Church in Norway, said Friday's national tragedy was "appalling" and urged members and the community not to let hate prevail. [NUC file photo] The Seventh-day Adventist Church's top leader in Norway on Friday said the church and the community must not let hatred prevail following a national tragedy of nearly 100 people killed in a bombing and shooting spree. Separately, the denomination's religious liberty director urged careful dialogue on the incident and cautioned that the ideology of the man who confessed to the acts should be referred to as "extremist" instead of "Christian Fundamentalist," as several news reports had indicated

Teach substance and involve youth

Many Seventh-day Adventists are concerned with keeping youth involved in church. I was in a unique position to observe this at the church's recent General Conference Session -- I operated the exhibit booth for the General Conference's Office of Assessment and Program Effectiveness.

New DVD set aims to provide inter-religious understanding

Ganoune Diop, right, interviews Richard Elofer, president of the Adventist Church in Israel, for the upcoming DVD series "Understanding World Religions and Contemporary Cultures." [photo courtesy Adventist Mission] Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders anticipate that a set of DVDs delving into the history and impact of world religions and contemporary cultures will build trust and understanding between faith communities. Scheduled for release later this month at the church's General Conference Session , the four-DVD set outlines the tenets of the world's major religions and thought groups: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity and Postmodernism.

Caring is an attitude

Did the world have to wait for Earth to shake for all of us to notice the Haitian people engulfed in such a deep, deep need of nearly everything?

Adventist writer honored with lifetime communication award

Celeste Ryan Blyden, board member for the Society of Adventist Communicators, presents the Lifetime Achievement Award to Don Roth at the society's awards banquet October 17 in Newport Beach, California. [photo: Columbia Union Conference] A former correspondent for the Seventh-day Adventist Church during the Vietnam War and retired communications leader received a Lifetime Achievement Award last week. Don Roth, reporter, author and former associate secretary for the Adventist world church, accepted the award during the annual Society of Adventist Communicators convention held October 15 to 17 in Newport Beach, California

Adventist Church moves to strengthen partnerships with health organizations

Jan Paulsen, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, addresses the Global Conference on Health and Lifestyles in Geneva, Tuesday, July 7. Conference organizers are seeking to bolster partnerships with the World Health Organization, which, like the Adventist Church, works to improve health globally. [photo: Ansel Oliver/ANN] The Seventh-day Adventist world church president today called on Adventists to partner with other health organizations in offering primary healthcare globally, a request that urges the denomination's members and institutions to shed individualistic approaches to offering care in communities
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