Researchers from Loma Linda University Health receive a $6.3 million grant from prominent biomedical research institute

Thanks to the funding of the National Institutes of Health, the team's results could ultimately translate into the importance of improving perinatal care and decreasing chronic disease later in life.

In the Dominican Republic, Adventist radio station is nationally recognized for its daily family program

The “Let’s Restore the Family" program receives the “National Medical Award," for its positive contributions to society.

Adventist seminar addresses national domestic violence in Bangladesh

More than 300 participate in 'enditnow' initiative.

La Sierra University Enactus team places second in nation at U.S. competition

University representatives celebrate the team's accomplishment

Adventist Church launches religious freedom group in Jamaica

Religious liberty on minds of many Jamaicans after government passed flexi-work week law

In Jamaica, two Adventists receive national honors

Sewell, Marshall awarded during Presentation of National Honours & Awards

Obama’s mental health initiative receives faith, community support

Adventist Church among organizations committing to raise awareness, understanding Jun 6, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America joined dozens of private sector organizations this week in pledging support for U.S.

In Brazil’s capital, Adventist prayer walk brings thousands to congress building

Event also launches evangelism series for region Mar 15, 2013 Brasília, Brazil Liane Prestes Moving – literally – to bring hope to the big cities of the South American Division, a group of 7,000 Seventh-day Adventists and friends gathered in the Brazilian capital for a March 10 prayer walk. Gathering in front of the Cathedral of Brasília, the group walked approximately 600 meters to reach the National Congress building
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