Warren Judd, visionary Adventist media leader, dies

The former CEO of the Adventist Media Center succumbs to cancer.

Chinese Adventist media team wins bronze award in gospel short film competition

11-minute film ‘My Father’ was shot on location in remote village

‘Facts with Hope’ social media campaign offers sharable health tips

12 one-minute videos highlight benefits of healthful living

Adventist leaders host Mormon leaders, highlighting religious freedom commitment

Both denominations view media tools for encouraging faith

North America’s media center recommends its own closure

Board chaired by division president to submit proposal May 1, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff The board of the Simi Valley, California-based Adventist Media Center (AMC), which is operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division, will recommend a proposal to the division that incudes a call for its six media ministries to relocate and a sale of the property.

Review & Herald Publishing officers re-elected, board size trimmed

The Review and Herald Publishing Association, the 162-year-old book and magazine organization owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church world headquarters, is showing signs of progress in the face of years of financial decline, leaders said at a May 19 constituency session. The meeting also saw the revision of the group's bylaws, which will now include a Board of Directors with 30 members, down from 44. Also, top officers were re-elected, including President Mark B

None of the Chilean miners are Adventist — let’s be OK with that

An obscure part of the Copiapó desert, Chile became the focus of a media frenzy last week as the whole world watched in anticipation as, one by one, 33 miners were raised from the depths of the San José mine to be reunited with their families after 10 weeks underground. The word 'miracle' was used in many a news report -- never more so than by the Christian Community.

French-language television network launches in Martinique

French Seventh-day Adventists can now tune in to programming in their mother tongue, with the help of a new Internet broadcast called Télévision de la Famille -- Television for the Family. "This is the contribution of businessmen, businesswomen, professionals to the evangelism in the world," said Tania Francois-Haugrin, who helped launch and oversees the Internet channel.

Caring is an attitude

Did the world have to wait for Earth to shake for all of us to notice the Haitian people engulfed in such a deep, deep need of nearly everything?

Adventists in U.S. slower to adopt new personal technology than public, study reveals

While Seventh-day Adventists in the United States are slower to adopt new personal technology than the public, they are on the "cutting edge" of Internet evangelism, research presented during a global conference on the church's approach to technology suggested this week. While the Adventist Church is making strides in Internet outreach, only one-fourth of Adventist churches in North America have an e-mail account, church researcher Paul Richardson learned during a survey of 6,000 churches.
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