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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America issues a statement on shooting deaths in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas

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Christian Record Services for the Blind joins the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America

The organization's president says the decision "enables Christian Record to be more intentional in its partnership with local churches in North America, Bermuda, and Micronesia."

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America issues statement on San Bernardino mass shooting.

The President of The Seventh-day Adventist® Church in North America, Daniel R. Jackson, issued the following statement on December 3, 2015 in response to the deadly shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California: “The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America is heartbroken that we must once again mourn the loss of innocent lives as the result of gun violence. We extend our deepest condolences and prayers to the families of the 14 people killed, the 21 wounded, and...

Adventist Church in North America expresses condolences for the tragic shooting in Charleston, South Carolina

The division's president, Dan Jackson, calls for open and honest discussion on the realities of racial division in the U.S.

2015 Adventist World Budget funds mission, administrative support

Highlights of headquarters budget of $184 million; full budget upon request

New audio player offers book collection to blinded veterans

Adventist ministry creates solar-powered device to provide encouragement Sep 20, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Rajmund Dabrowski and Doris Burdick/ANN staff Christian Record Services for the Blind this week launched a new project to support veterans blinded in the line of military duty.   InSight4Vets is a pocketsize solar-powered audio player pre-loaded with books that CRSB officials hope will help guide blinded veterans through a difficult adjustment period. MegaVoice is a solar-powered device that holds 100 hours of inSight4Vets digital audio materials. [photos courtesy CRSB] “The audio player is filled with stories about overcoming during the worst possible circumstances, stories of survival, stories of hope and stories of transformation,” said Larry Pitcher, CRSB president.

Upgrades turn up the volume on Adventist radio ministry

Adventist World Radio's Guam station now equipped for greater reach in Asia Sep 10, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff, with reporting by Shelley Nolan Freesland A multi-million dollar upgrade dedicated last week at Adventist World Radio’s flagship studio in Guam will broaden the scope of the radio ministry’s outreach across Asia, administrators say.

Annual ASI convention sees $1.3 million donated for mission projects

Personal revival fuels outreach, Finley says; ASI Evangelism app now available Aug 12, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Mark A. Kellner, Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventist lay members donated and pledged nearly $1.3 million to missionary projects sponsored by Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries (ASI) during the organization’s annual international convention held last week in Orlando, Florida. Adventist world church President Ted N

Global Unity Summit urges cooperation between established Youth Ministries, supporting ministries

Youth leaders pledge to increased ‘trust and openness’ going forward Jul 8, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff Seventh-day Adventist youth leaders say a recent meeting shed light on their working relationship with supporting ministries, which, for years, in some cases was marked by misunderstandings and a measure of tension. Gilbert Cangy, director of Youth Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist world church, leads a Global Unity Summit between church youth directors and leaders of supporting youth ministries in Laurel, Maryland, United States, in May.

Hundreds baptized as first NY13 phase wraps up at Nassau Coliseum

Wilson tells 15,000 Seventh-day Adventists campaign isn’t finished yet Jun 29, 2013 Uniondale, New York, United States Mark A. Kellner, Adventist Review Wearing a dark blue baptismal robe, Tomas Olivera of Peekskill, New York, stepped into the giant pool placed before the platform at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on this afternoon and knew only one thing: he was finally about to be baptized. Tomas Olivera of Peekskill, New York, was the first of several new Seventh-day Adventists to be baptized today by Adventist Church president, Pastor Ted N
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