‘leaders’

Should we help the Dunkirk refugees? A Christian response

Waking up at 4:00 a.m. for a long drive and a ferry crossing is a minor inconvenience for Sasha Becejac, one of four leaders at the Newbold Seventh-day Adventist Church in southern England. Every Sunday the team fill a car with volunteers, food, and clothes for the eight-hour round trip to a refugee camp in Dunkirk, France

Adventists in Kenya Inaguarate a Brand New Union Office Headquarters

Kenyan president praises contribution of the Adventist Church in the areas of health and education.

Adventists represented at G20 Interfaith Summit in Turkey

Adventists have unique contributions to make within the international community, says the church’s Public Affairs and Religious Liberty leader.

Regional Conference presidents hold key talks on mission and urban centers

Adventist world church leadership meets with U.S.

Adventist Leaders Appeal for Church Entities to Respect Ordination Vote

The General Conference and division officers also underscore the key role of women in the church.

Adventist leaders prepare to reinforce the Church’s strategic mission during annual meetings

The 2015 Annual Council will bring new appointments and elections for the Church’s ministries.

Adventist seminar addresses national domestic violence in Bangladesh

More than 300 participate in 'enditnow' initiative.

Children’s spiritual celebration attracts more than 900 participants in Indonesia

Adventist children’s ministry leaders in West Java, Indonesia use a variety of activities to encourage a more vibrant relationship with Jesus among children. On August 9, more than 700 children and 200 staff from 25 Adventist churches joined in a one-day Children’s Spiritual Celebration at Indonesian Adventist University (Universitas Advent Indonesia) in Bandung. With a theme of “Christ loves children of different nations”, participants aged 2-14 years old spent the day in age-appropriate...

Children’s spiritual celebration attracts more than 900 participants in Indonesia

Adventist children’s ministry leaders in West Java, Indonesia use a variety of activities to encourage a more vibrant relationship with Jesus among children. On August 9, more than 700 children and 200 staff from 25 Adventist churches joined in a one-day Children’s Spiritual Celebration at Indonesian Adventist University (Universitas Advent Indonesia) in Bandung. With a theme of “Christ loves children of different nations”, participants aged 2-14 years old spent the day in age-appropriate...

Church leaders challenged to prioritize Mental Health during General Conference Week of Prayer

Wholistic Ministry Key in Outreach Efforts
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