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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

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New Officers Elected at Southwest Region Conference Constituency Meeting

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Duane McKey Elected GC Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Director

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Texas Conference Holds Quadrennial Constituency Session

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Three-day Mega Clinic Provides More Than $20 Million in Health Care Services to 6,192 San Antonio Residents

Click on an image to view a larger version of that image. Thousands lined up outside the Alamodome for free medical care each morning of the mega clinic, April 8-10, 2015

Three-day Mega Clinic Provides More Than $20 Million in Health Care Services to 6,192 San Antonio Residents

Click on an image to view a larger version of that image. Thousands lined up outside the Alamodome for free medical care each morning of the mega clinic, April 8-10, 2015.

Outreach Training in San Antonio

Click on an image to view a larger version of that image. Don Macintosh of Weimar College Mark Finley sharing a message on Sabbath Dr. Lela and Dr.

Health Impact Day 2015

April 18, 2015 has been designated Health Impact Day throughout the Adventist Church worldwide, when millions of copies of the 2015 missionary book, Health & Wellness: Secrets That Will Change Your Life, will be distributed. In the following article by Peter Landless, M.D., director of the Health Ministries Department at the General Conference, you’ll find numerous ideas for sharing the gift of health and wellness in your community in conjunction with Health Impact Day or throughout the year.

Preparing for GC 2015: About San Antonio

What to See The Alamo Founded in 1718 as the first of five Catholic missions in San Antonio by Franciscan priests of Spain, the Alamo has been established as an iconic representation of liberty and freedom after the Texas Revolution in 1836. Now a touring exhibit, the Alamo is open to the public daily. The Riverwalk With 15 miles of walkways along the San Antonio River, the Riverwalk is the largest urban ecosystem in the nation
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