ANN Video – October 21, 2011

Bibles for Papua New Guinea, Commissioned Ministers Not Allowed to Serve as Conference Presidents, Indianapolis to host 2020 General Conference Session, Supplies for low income Students in Florida, Cayman Islands Mentorship Program, Adventist Review Preview, Meet a Missionary who served in Moscow, #HowToReachBigCities, Unconventional Tithe Methods, Tech Tip about Google Docs, Threats of Third-hand Smoke, Practical Prayer Advice, Equipping Women to Support their Neighbors, iShare, This Week in Adventist History 21 Oct 2011, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN Staff Jump to a specific story in this video: Bibles for Papua New Guinea Commissioned Ministers Not Allowed to Serve as Conference Presidents Indianapolis to host 2020 General Conference Session Supplies for low income Students in Florida Cayman Islands Mentorship Program Adventist Review Preview Meet a Missionary who served in Moscow #HowToReachBigCities Unconventional Tithe Methods Tech Tip about Google Docs Threats of Third-hand Smoke Practical Prayer Advice Equipping Women to Support their Neighbors iShare This Week in Adventist History

ANN Weekly – October 14, 2011

Adventist News Headlines, Great Controversy Project, Annual Council 2011, Mission for the Cities, Adventist Review, Navajo Mission Project, Social Media Highlights, Karel Nowak Tribute, Gracelink iPad App, Family Ministries, Youth Ministries, Children's Ministries, Adventist World Radio 40th Anniversary, This Week in Adventist History. 13 Oct 2011, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN Staff Jump to a specific story in this video: Adventist News Headlines Great Controversy Project - Delbert Baker Annual Council 2011 Mission for the Cities - Ted Wilson Adventist Review - Bill Knott Navajo Mission Project - Andrew King #WhyIAmAdventist - Megan Brauner Karel Nowak Tribute - John Gratz Gracelink iPad App - Falvo Fowler Family Ministries - Willie Oliver Youth Ministries - Gilbert Cangy Children's Ministries - Linda Koh Adventist World Radio 40th Anniversary - Dowell Chow This Week in Adventist History - David Trim

Bus accident shadows Adventist student group’s annual outreach event

Seventh-day Adventist Church officials in East Nigeria are soliciting prayers for the families of four members of the Nigerian Association of Adventist Students, who died in a bus accident August 28.

Outreach is the fuel for revival

Calls for revival coming from our denomination's leadership are gratifying, but we must never forget the importance of outreach.

Next round of tithe analysis reveals increases in Southern Africa, South America

You wouldn't know there's a global recession by the increase in tithe that some countries have experienced lately.

Transcending talk with types of tithe

Over the tenure of our past leadership, I was repeatedly impressed by the strong and succinct conviction of Elder Jan Paulsen as to the importance of new generations. Last year, Paulsen articulated in the October edition of Adventist World, "We must give young adults meaningful roles within the church (p.10)." Paulsen also re-initiated the Let's Talk series that he had conducted around the world for over half a decade. In the afterglow of the 59th General Conference Session, we commence upon the tenure of new leadership for our world church and for many of our divisions

Lutherans apologize for 16th century persecution of Anabaptists

A global Lutheran counsel in Germany officially apologized for its 16th century persecution of Anabaptists -- religious reformers whose descendants include Mennonites and whose beliefs profoundly influenced the founders of Seventh-day Adventism.

Adventists monitoring possible Sunday business-closing law in Europe

Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty proponents are monitoring a proposal from a European Parliament member who wants businesses in Europe to close their doors on Sundays. Parliament member Martin Kastler of Germany is urging for the passage of continent-wide laws similar to those of his home country, which encourage employees to take a day off work to be with their families, the New York Times reported. Though parliamentary rules bar most members, including Kastler, from introducing legislation, a recently enacted citizens petition function would require the 736-member body to draw up such legislation if supporters raise 1 million signatures from across member countries, the Times reported.

Adventist Church ‘not immune to change’

Having finished my supper, I paid the bill at a downtown diner late last night and my passing words to the waiter were "keep the change." On the walk back to my hotel I wondered whether anybody ever responds by saying, "I don't want the change." Some people embrace change eagerly and effectively, others are wary and at times resistant. The leading politicians of the world are currently meeting at the G20 Summit in Toronto, attempting to ease the problems relating to the global financial slump

Adventist NewsLine: June 27

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