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ADRA’s holiday gift catalog features life-changing presents

Christmas presents include animals, clean water, rescuing girls from trafficking

ANN Video Full Episode – November 18, 2011

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ANN Video Full Episode – November 4, 2011

Jamaican Adventists march in support of Enditnow, Fulton College relocation in Fiji, ADRA responds to flooding in Thailand, In Inter-America, ministers connect in first region-wide virtual council, Adventist hospital in Germany earns top reviews, Dedication of Mongolian missionaries, Why do some young adults leave the church?, Take the Gift, Adventist World preview, Missionary serving in Peru, #HowIShareMyFaith, Adventist work in Nepal, The Great Hope, Adventist World Radio podcasts, Power of united prayer, Information about a mini-stroke, New adaptations of Ellen G.

Adventist Church leadership urges focus on prayer, spiritual renewal this Christmas, New Year’s

Amid all the gifts given and gotten during the holiday season, Seventh-day Adventist world church leadership is inviting membership to focus on the gift of God's spirit. The world church's Revival and Reformation initiative is gearing up for several televised events this month, meant to join membership in prayer and seeking spiritual renewal

Adventist president celebrates 75th birthday

Adventist Church President Jan Paulsen celebrates his birthday during morning worship at world church headquarters on January 5. [photo: Rajmund Dabrowski/ANN] As Seventh-day Adventists worldwide gear up for a new decade, their church's president, Jan Paulsen, celebrates his 75th birthday, affording the veteran leader an opportunity to reflect on a different decade -- the more than ten years he's spent at the helm of the 16-million member global Protestant denomination. During those years, Paulsen said he has seen Adventists unite to focus perhaps more deliberately than ever on their mission to spread the church's message of hope.

EndItNow continues to gain international support against violence

Malawian national and regional leaders and thousands of community members participated in a 15-day campaign to end gender-based violence this month. The campaign is part of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's global anti-violence campaign, EndItNow, coordinated by the Women's Ministries Department and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)

Give the gift of a second chance this Christmas, Adventist president says

Christians should be "agents of healing and reconciliation," Seventh-day Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen said during his annual holiday address. The gift of forgiveness and second chances is the hallmark of the Christmas season, he added. During Paulsen and wife Kari's hour-long message, scheduled for broadcast this month on the Hope Channel, the church's official television network, he shared the stories of people whose lives illustrate how second chances can not only impact the future, but also help alleviate the "suffering, separation and scars" of life in a world marred by sin.
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