Government leaders on the British Virgin Islands celebrate the 40th anniversary of the pathfinder ministry

The nation's minister of education and culture encourage youth to apply the ministry's principles of love and respect to everyday life.

Mourning the Loss of Gayle Tucker – 1955-2016

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Derek Morris named president of Hope Channel, Inc.

Derek Morris has been named president of Hope Channel Inc., the global Christian television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Morris, who currently serves as editor of Ministry magazine, will now oversee the operations of the Hope Channel network of 43 affiliate channels

American Adventist media ministry celebrates 50 Years of global evangelism.

“Amazing Facts” embraces big vision and reflects on small beginnings.

Full list of elected and appointed officials from Annual Council

New directors are elected for the Church’s Planned Giving and Trust Services and Stewardship ministries.

Leaders in Malaysia use Vacation Bible School to enhance adult evangelism

A recent Adventist evangelistic series in Sarawak, Malaysia featured a unique variation on ministry to children. As church leaders in Kampung Simboh prepared for the August 2-8 evangelistic series, the original plan focused on adult programming. However, they soon realized children’s programming was also needed to more fully reach families in the surrounding communities

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...

Adventist tech experts promote gamification for education, ministry

Final day of Church tech conference also highlights IT department on a budget, cryptocurrency

Adventist leaders mark growth of Deaf Ministries

New website can help connect Adventist Deaf community, offer resources for hearing people

In Kenya, court’s interim order gives Adventist students Sabbath off

Some Adventist students were required to take exams on Saturdays Jun 3, 2013 Nairobi, Kenya ANN staff Kenya’s High Court has issued an interim order for public schools to exempt Seventh-day Adventist students from attending classes on Saturday, the day Adventists observe as the biblical Sabbath. A union in the East-Central Africa Division has received a interim favorable ruling that exempts Adventist from attending classes and exams on Saturdays.
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