The Adventist Institute of Biblical Culture in Italy celebrates its 75th anniversary

Education leaders for the Seventh-day Adventist church commemorate Villa Aurora's contribution to the nation.

First Mission Board meeting reviews plans to centralize Adventist mission operations

The Seventh-day Adventist world church's newly-formed Mission Board last week reviewed plans to streamline the church's global mission activities, including the processing of church missionaries and volunteers. A previous analysis of the church's mission operations revealed a "fragmented" approach to oversight, often resulting in administrative redundancies. Top church executives approved the board's formation last year in an effort to coordinate the church's global outreach and better manage mission resources

Leaders elect staff for church offices during Annual Council

While top church officers and departmental staff are elected at a General Conference Session, held every five years, the Seventh-day Adventist Church typically elects nominees or reappoints incumbents for additional church offices during the first Annual Council following Session.

Kulakov secretly operated Adventist work in former Soviet Union

Mikhail P. Kulakov Sr., the first president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's Euro-Asia region, and a pioneering Adventist leader who endured imprisonment in the former Soviet Union for his faith, died of brain cancer February 10 at his home in Highland, California. He was 83.

Adventist churches worldwide hold creation emphasis day

Randall Younker, left, director of the Institute of Archeology at Andrews University, and Leonard Brand, chair of Loma Linda University's Department of Earth and Biological Sciences, speak during Sabbath School on Saturday October 24 at Loma Linda University Church. The denomination gathered several of its top scientists and theologians for the first Creation Sabbath
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