Crowds line up for free mega-clinic in the "City of Angels"

Los Angeles’ mayor and seven news trucks are helping publicize the event.

Moscow conference highlights upswing in religious extremism

Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty leader Ganoune Diop addressed the diverse group of public and religious representatives who came together to consider shared international concerns.

Thousands CALLED to the NAD Ministerial Convention in Texas

More than 5,500 people attend the four-day workshop in the city of Austin.

U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral argument on religious signage, content discrimination

Adventist Church filed amicus brief on behalf of petitioner

Volunteers Sought to Treat 5,000 Patients in San Antonio

Dentists and optometrists are especially needed for the church’s “Mission to the Cities” program.

UN event boosts visibility of religious freedom NGO

International Association for the Defense of Religious Liberty looks back at the results of its first panel discussion at the UN’s Geneva office

Creative acts of service mark second annual Global Youth Day

Adventist Youth skip hearing sermon to ‘Be the sermon’

In Ukraine, Adventists share message of hope amid political crisis

Church services have continued in Kiev’s 25 Adventist congregations

First religious liberty festival in Jerusalem draws hundreds

From left: Eugene Hsu, an Adventist world church vice president; John Graz, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty director; and Richard Elofer, president of the Adventist Church in Israel. [photo: courtesy Israel Field] Hundreds of religious liberty proponents from Israel and the Palestinian Territories gathered in Jerusalem Sunday for the symbolic city's first festival of religious freedom.
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