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Ted Wilson encourages members in Israel to help build God’s Church

Despite challenges, leaders say the Church in Israel is “steadfast.”

Jamaican Adventists widen Day of Prayer scope

A growing economic crisis coupled with a spike in crime and violence is motivating Jamaican Seventh-day Adventists to turn an annual day of prayer into community outreach, including home visits and distribution of religious materials. Adrian Cotterell, president for the Adventist church in East Jamaica, prays during the 2008 'Day of Prayer' held at the Andrews Memorial Adventist Church on Saturday, August 2.

Prisoners in Botswana can now watch Adventist Churchs Hope Channel

Botswana Prison Commissioner Lieutenant Colonel Silas Motlalekgosi, left, receives Hope Channel Hardware from Seventh-Day Adventist Church leaders, Friday, July 17. The Adventist Church donated LCD television sets and satellite receiving equipment to accommodate each of the Southern African nation's 23 prisons. [photo courtesy SID] Prisoners in Botswana now have access to the Seventh-day Adventist Church's Hope Channel because of a partnership between the television network and the nation's Ministry of Home and Labour Affairs.

Andrews University provost to lead Pacific Union College

Heather J. Knight was elected president of Adventist-run Pacific Union College (PUC) last week.

Learn English, Adventist world church leaders say

All theology students at Peruvian Union University are required to pass advanced level English courses before receiving their degrees, school administrators say. [photos: Ansel Oliver/ANN] The early Christian church had Greek and Latin; today's Seventh-day Adventist community uses English as it's common language. In many parts of Asia and South America, Adventist employees are attending classes in reading, writing and speaking English to aid working relationships with their counterparts around the world
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