In the Bahamas, former Adventist leader laid to rest in state recognized funeral

Silas N. McKinney served the denomination for more than 41 years.

Press Release: Adventist Church prepares to share its humble beginnings through a major cinematic production

Tell the World will showcase the struggles and triumphs of the denomination’s pioneers.

Philippines approves new Adventist medical school

College of Medicine slated to open in August as denomination’s sixth medical school

2015 Adventist World Budget funds mission, administrative support

Highlights of headquarters budget of $184 million; full budget upon request

Adventist leaders mark growth of Deaf Ministries

New website can help connect Adventist Deaf community, offer resources for hearing people

In Egypt, proposed law draft would classify Adventists as non-Christian

Adventist leaders to address matter with government officials on Sunday

Adventist professor’s devotional series urges appropriate conversation about sex

Reclaim ‘spirituality of sexuality,’ Nixon says at Cape Town summit

Top Adventist health leader calls for compassion, regardless of cause

Dr. Landless surveys medical evidence on causes, incidence of homosexuality

Decade after HIV/AIDS ministry launched, major reduction of stigma, increased support

Now hundreds of care groups in Africa; virus still kills thousands of members a year Sep 30, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Ansel Oliver/ANN Ten years ago, Drs.

In Kyrgyzstan, Adventist Church ordains its first native pastor

Former police officer has already served church as missionary, treasurer Jun 25, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Ansel Oliver/ANN A former police officer in the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan was ordained earlier this month as the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s first pastor from the native population. Talgat S. Kubegenov, on the platform with his wife, was ordained during a mission conference at the Tokmok Adventist Church in Chuy Province on June 14
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