Adventist Risk Management veteran Tim Northrop named as new ARM President, CEO

The Board of Adventist Risk Management, Inc. has named Tim Northrop as the new President, CEO for the company and its affiliated Gencon Insurance companies

Adventist Risk Management’s "Seven" campaign transitions to "enditnow"

August 22 is "enditnow" day.

Church Chat: Managing cyber threats and other church risk

Kyte on emerging markets and managing organizational change Jan 31, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Ansel Oliver/ANN South America will soon be the biggest region of growth for Adventist Risk Management operations, and more emerging markets should follow, the company’s CEO says. ARM President Bob Kyte is also urging those in developed regions to keep their policies current and protect the church against a new threat: cyber theft. ARM CEO Bob Kyte says church organizations need cyber liability coverage.

Updating Adventist property listings is ‘ethical issue,’ church risk management field rep says

The Seventh-day Adventist Church's risk management and insurance organization is on a mission to ensure church-owned properties throughout North America are valued by current standards.

Local pastors shape the church, Adventist president says during webinar

Local pastors are an "enormous creative force" in shaping the church and defining its values, Seventh-day Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen said during an online seminar last week. Paulsen fielded questions from nearly 100 pastors in North America during the hour-long webinar, a more convenient and cost-effective outgrowth of the world church leader's Pastors: In Conversation telecast series.

In the U.S., new ruling prohibits use of some wireless microphones

The United States' communication authority this year announced that radio devices operating in the 700-megahertz frequency range are prohibited for personal use starting June 12. Personal wireless devices operating in the 700 MHz frequency will be prohibited in the U.S.

Adventists to participate in Edinburgh World Missionary Conference

Ganoune Diop will co-chair the Foundations for Mission session during the Edinburgh 2010 World Mission Conference.

In between votes, what else to do at General Conference Session

Delegates and guests attending the Seventh-day Adventist Church's World Session  next month can expect more than business meetings during the 11-day event. With numerous world church-sponsored and local Adventist-run events to choose from, General Conference attendees can make the most of lunch breaks and after-hours during the church's 59th business session

Norwegian ambassador, Paulsen meet at church headquarters

Norwegian Ambassador to the United States, Wegger Christian Strommen, addresses Adventist Church leaders during an April 26 protocol visit at the church's world headquarters. [photo: George Johnson] The ambassador of Norway to the United States Wegger Christian Strommen, in a visit to the Seventh-day Adventist Church headquarters last month, praised Seventh-day Adventists for their worldwide humanitarian work and denominational unity

Adventist Review magazine garners four top awards from Associated Church Press

Adventist Review associate editor Roy Adams, left, and online editor Carlos Medley, right, flank veteran National Public Radio correspondent Cokie Roberts, who was a keynote speaker at the 2010 Associated Church Press convention in Arlington, Virginia.
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