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Orlando Adventist churches offer free funeral services, counseling after mass shooting

Five local churches in the U.S. state of Florida show compassion in the wake of the nation’s deadliest mass shooting

North American Division Statement on Orlando, Florida Mass Shooting

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Adventist Hospital in Haiti opens new state-of-the-art surgical suite, celebrates 35 years of service

The Adventist Hospital in Haiti, Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti (HAH), celebrated 35 years of providing health care services with the inauguration of a state-of-the-art surgical suite, a new laboratory and the installation of a private multi-med clinic, in Diquini, Carrefour, near Port-au-Prince on Apr. 1, 2016

ANN Weekly – October 21, 2011

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ANN Video – October 21, 2011

Bibles for Papua New Guinea, Commissioned Ministers Not Allowed to Serve as Conference Presidents, Indianapolis to host 2020 General Conference Session, Supplies for low income Students in Florida, Cayman Islands Mentorship Program, Adventist Review Preview, Meet a Missionary who served in Moscow, #HowToReachBigCities, Unconventional Tithe Methods, Tech Tip about Google Docs, Threats of Third-hand Smoke, Practical Prayer Advice, Equipping Women to Support their Neighbors, iShare, This Week in Adventist History 21 Oct 2011, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN Staff Jump to a specific story in this video: Bibles for Papua New Guinea Commissioned Ministers Not Allowed to Serve as Conference Presidents Indianapolis to host 2020 General Conference Session Supplies for low income Students in Florida Cayman Islands Mentorship Program Adventist Review Preview Meet a Missionary who served in Moscow #HowToReachBigCities Unconventional Tithe Methods Tech Tip about Google Docs Threats of Third-hand Smoke Practical Prayer Advice Equipping Women to Support their Neighbors iShare This Week in Adventist History

In North America, Adventist leadership to provide direction for region’s media ministries

Top Seventh-day Adventist Church leadership in North America committed last month to prioritizing the church's media ministries in the region.

Mid-American Adventists respond in wake of Joplin tornado

The Seventh-day Adventist Church's Community Services-Disaster Response for Mid-America is coordinating with federal and local agencies in the wake of a tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri on Sunday. The single deadliest twister to hit the United States since 1950 left 117 dead and leveled homes and businesses, including the southwest Missouri city's hospital. While the Joplin Adventist Church sustained minor roof damage, the structure itself is sound, said Dwight Seek, who pastors the church.

Adventist world church president dismayed by planned Quran burning

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is deeply dismayed by a non-denominational pastor's plan to burn copies of the Quran on September 11. In a statement released today, Adventist world church President Ted N.C. Wilson said the so-called "Burn a Quran Day" is "directly contrary" to the belief that Christians ought to relate to others with mutual respect

Young delegate program in Inter-America grooms Adventists under 30 for church work

Lelis Viera has a message for Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders: "Put us to work." The twenty-year-old Puerto Rican and student at Antillean Adventist University was among three young delegates who attended the church's Inter-American regional year-end meetings in Miami this month and hope opportunities to shape the church's future don't end there. Bernardo Rodriguez (left), Youth Ministries director for the church in Inter-America, with delegates Lelis Viera, Amoy Johnson and Mynor Batz. The three young adults served as temporary members of the region's top leadership committee this month, lending their input in a region where 60 percent of Adventists are between the ages of 16 and 35

Adventists in U.S. slower to adopt new personal technology than public, study reveals

While Seventh-day Adventists in the United States are slower to adopt new personal technology than the public, they are on the "cutting edge" of Internet evangelism, research presented during a global conference on the church's approach to technology suggested this week. While the Adventist Church is making strides in Internet outreach, only one-fourth of Adventist churches in North America have an e-mail account, church researcher Paul Richardson learned during a survey of 6,000 churches.
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