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Oklahoma Conference Elects James Shires as President

On May 25, 2017, the Executive Committee of the Oklahoma Conference of Seventh-day Adventists voted James Shires as president. Shires, formerly prayer ministries coordinator, had recently been elected to serve as executive secretary during the 69th Regular Constituency Session held on April 30, 2017. The selection of Executive Secretary will be decided at the June 27 Executive Committee meeting, along with other vacancies.  James Shires has previously stated that, "The Oklahoma Conference has a dedicated and Spirit-led group of pastors committed to the task of sharing the Three Angels' messages in the context of the everlasting gospel

Solomon Maphosa elected president of Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division

Gideon P. Reyneke replaces Maphosa as the executive secretary of the division.

Adventist Risk Management’s CEO steps down, leaves a legacy of service to the Adventist Church

Robert Kyte will go on to pursue business interests in the U.S. state of Idaho.

Andrews University elects Andrea Luxton to serve as its sixth president

Luxton comes the position with extensive education and leadership experience.

The Adventist Church’s Headquarters Dedicates Three New Additions To Its Facility

The gallery, visitor center and library highlight the Bible and Adventist History

The Adventist Church’s Headquarters Dedicates Three New Additions To Its Facility

The gallery, visitor center and library highlight the Bible and Adventist History

Dolores E. Slikkers, Maranatha Co-Founder who shaped Adventist policy, killed in car crash

Slikkers, 85, participated in the GC’s Executive Committee, Andrews board, and the Theology of Ordination Study Committee

Adventist Church sets vote on women’s ordination for next July

Annual Council asks Session to consider letting divisions decide on ordination

Adventist Churchs calendar of special days approved for 2010

Delegates are meeting this week for Annual Council at the Adventist world church headquarters. [photo: Rajmund Dabrowski] Next year's calendar for special emphasis days in the Seventh-day Adventist world church received approval yesterday, offering members and congregations guidelines for promoting the church's values.

Churchs autumn business meetings set for launch

Annual Council delegates voice concerns before voting on an agenda item. This year's meeting is the delegates' final opportunity to expand the agenda for next summer's General Conference Session. [ANN file photo] More than 300 Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders will gather at world church headquarters tomorrow for the Executive Committee's last full meeting before next summer's General Conference Session .
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