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Thousands of Adventists respond to the Zika virus in Brazil

Members of all ages are mobilizing resources to act against a virus that the World Health Organization has declared a "global public health emergency."

2014 Adventist Pathfinder Camporee off to an energetic start, if a bit of a wet one

More than 46,000 people arriving in U.S.

Adventist Church recommends staff, members not travel to and from West Africa

An Adventist is one of more than 930 victims of Ebola outbreak

Wilson thanks Jordan for renewing Church’s registration

Adventist Church president wraps up extended trip to five countries with stop in Middle East

Wilson thanks Jordan for renewing Church’s registration

Adventist Church president wraps up extended trip to five countries with stop in Middle East

Joint statement from Russian, Ukrainian Adventist leaders urges peacekeeping, prayer

Dispute over Crimea heightens tension in Eastern Europe

In Kenya, court’s interim order gives Adventist students Sabbath off

Some Adventist students were required to take exams on Saturdays Jun 3, 2013 Nairobi, Kenya ANN staff Kenya’s High Court has issued an interim order for public schools to exempt Seventh-day Adventist students from attending classes on Saturday, the day Adventists observe as the biblical Sabbath. A union in the East-Central Africa Division has received a interim favorable ruling that exempts Adventist from attending classes and exams on Saturdays.

Adventist Church to establish work in three new countries

Mike Ryan, Adventist Mission Committee chair and world church vice president, said last week the denomination will establish work in three previously un-entered territories. [photo: Ansel Oliver] The Seventh-day Adventist Church will establish outreach programs in three countries where the denomination previously had no established work
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