Adventist Church unveils Nebuchadnezzar statue to emphasize Bible study

Church leaders in the Dominican Republic hope to find new methods to reach people.

In the Dominican Republic, Adventist radio station is nationally recognized for its daily family program

The “Let’s Restore the Family" program receives the “National Medical Award," for its positive contributions to society.

In the Dominican Republic, a street is named after Adventist Church co-founder Ellen G. White

Ceremony takes place during President's Executive Advisory held in DR this year

Top Adventist leaders build a church in the Dominican Republic

Wilson leads group in taking break from administrative duties to do something practical

In Dominican Republic, ADRA distributes food to families in wake of Hurricane Irene

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is providing emergency food aid to displaced families in the Dominican Republic. The Caribbean island nation suffered widespread flooding and destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene last month.

Dominican Republic, other Adventist administrative regions become self-supporting

The Adventist Church's Inter-Oceanic Mexican Union Conference is home to about 155,000 church members. Three Seventh-day Adventist administrative regions in Inter-America have achieved self-supporting status, granting them ability to choose their own officers and operate without financial aid from their parent administrative region

Tolerance urged at Dominican religious liberty congress

Adventist world church director for Public Affairs and Religious Liberty John Graz speaks at the first Festival of Religious Freedom in Latin America, where broadening freedoms of religion are encouraging religious liberty proponents. [photo: courtesy PARL] Religious liberty proponents from 13 Latin American countries met in Santo Domingo last week to discuss historical and current religious freedom trends in the region
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