Adventist Church celebrates 100 years in India’s Kerala state

Church President Wilson encourages members to continue serving society

Flood kills teacher at Adventist school in India

Classes suspended at Academy after flash flood devastates campus

In India, Adventist humanitarians poised to assist flood victims

Early monsoon season strands thousands at Hindu religious sites Jun 25, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff Seventh-day Adventist humanitarians in northern India are monitoring needs and preparing emergency relief in the wake of an unprecedented monsoon season in the region. Flash floods and landslides triggered by 60 hours of nonstop monsoon rains swept through communities in northern India last week.

In northern India, ADRA distributes supplies in wake of widespread flooding

In nearby state, earthquake damages homes, church; Wilson offers encouragement 4 Oct 2011, Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ADRA/ANN staff The humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church is responding in the wake of monsoon rains that have flooded wide stretches of northern India, killing at least 80 people since August. Flood waters collapsed mud huts and stranded hundreds of thousands of people in recent days

Adventist health publication in India turns 100

The staff of the oldest health magazine still in print in India celebrated 100 years of publication earlier this month, releasing a centennial issue with the endorsement of the city mayor, Shri Mohansingh. Mayor Shri Mohansingh of Pune, India, holds a copy of the oldest health magazine in the country

Ward o Scripture gets local rewrite in Scotland

Scottish church president Llew Edwards displays the handwritten Scottish Adventist Bible, comprised of passages written in the vernacular of local church members. [photos: Victor Hulbert/BUC News/ANN] In a project meant to sharpen the Bible's message, Scottish Seventh-day Adventists are following in the footsteps -- more accurately, the pen strokes -- of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

German church Twitters sermons live during service

A group of Adventists in Germany spend their Sabbath mornings on Twitter, but instead of zoning out in church they are posting the sermon 140 characters at a time.

Former Adventist Church president for West Indies region knighted by Queen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II knighted governor-general of Jamaica Sir Patrick Allen when he was presented his credentials during a private audience in Buckingham Palace. Allen, former church president for the West Indies region, was made a knight commander of the Order of St. Michael and St

Nigerias Adventist university commended for exemplary educational standards

During his first visit to Nigeria in a decade, Seventh-day Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen spoke about the church's commitment to education and life governed by integrity in his address at Babcock University graduation Sunday. Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen speaks during Sabbath church services at Babcock University, where he once served as principal. [photos: Rajmund Dabrowski/ANN] Once a missionary to Ghana and Nigeria in the 1960s, Paulsen participated in the 50th anniversary celebrations of Babcock University, where he once served as principal

ADRA aids survivors of cyclone in Bangladesh, India

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is passing out food and supplies to survivors of a cyclone that hit the southwestern coast of Bangladesh late last month.
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