Robert Folkenberg, former president of Adventist Church passes at 74

Will be remembered for his passion to mission in the US and abroad, leaders say

Adventist youth in Sri Lanka focus on special needs children

One-year-in-mission volunteers learn life lessons during a series of visits to special education schools

Wilson Interview: “It’s A Very Humbling Experience”

Reelected president Ted N. C. Wilson talks about the burdens of his role, getting more sleep, handling disappointments, and what he will focus on in the next five years.

FULL TEXT: 2015 GC Session Secretary’s Report

The Seventh-day Adventist Church began with a handful of Millerite Christians trying to make sense of the Great Disappointment in 1844, when Jesus did not return as expected. This small band of faithful members refused to give up their faith.

In India, Spicer University teaches mission, compassion on 100th birthday

Five days of celebrations include seminars for 500 pastors, meeting between Adventist leader Wilson and community leaders

Mission to urban areas continues with major outreach in Manila

Church president speaks at evangelism series, celebrates birthday by welcoming new church members at baptismal ceremony

Adventist mission pilot Roberts dies in plane accident in Indonesia

Longtime missionary to Africa, Southeast Asia flew thousands of relief flights

‘Go Into Harvest Field,’ Wilson tells North Asia Adventists

Mission Conference highlights work throughout region Sep 2, 2013 Jeju Province, South Korea Mark A. Kellner, Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventists attending morning worship at the 2013 Northern Asia-Pacific Division International Mission Conference were challenged to “go forward into the harvest field” and tell the world about Jesus and His soon coming. A choir from Korea's Voice of Prophecy provided main music for the Sabbath, August 31, worship service at the International Mission Conference in Jeju Island, Republic of Korea

In Serbia, European Adventist youth impact community, strengthen faith

‘Power of One’ congress, 3,000 strong, focuses on practical Christianity, real struggles Aug 6, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States tedMEDIA/ANN staff Seventh-day Adventist young people helped clear the air this week in Novi Sad’s Liberty Square, where they asked passers-by to trade their cigarettes for watermelon and other fresh fruit on a warm summer day.  The “Power of One” Pan-European Youth Congress drew thousands of young people from across Europe to Serbia last week to celebrate Jesus – the center of the Adventist faith. [photos: Corrado Cozzi] Benjamin Zihlman and Reimo Butscher from Switzerland expressed surprise when most of the residents were willing to swap not just their lit cigarettes, but their entire pack of cigarettes.

Multiple viewpoints aired on women’s ordination question

Theology of Ordination Study Committee hears from range of scholars Jul 25, 2013 Linthicum Heights, Maryland, United States Mark A. Kellner, Adventist Review Members of the Theology of Ordination Study Committee rounded out three days of meetings with presentations from a variety of viewpoints on questions related to women’s ordination, a controversial question for the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide. Artur Stele, chairman of the Adventist Church’s Theology of Ordination Study Committee, addresses the group on July 23 near Baltimore, Maryland.
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