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Samuel Green Appointed Part-time Associate Director of Stewardship and PARL for Southwestern Union Conference

Samuel Green Appointed Part-time Associate Director of Stewardship and PARL for Southwestern Union Conference Click on an image to view a larger version of that image. Samuel Green has been appointed to serve part-time as associate director of PARL and Stewardship for the Southwestern Union

Duane McKey Elected GC Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Director

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12 Unique Reasons to Attend the 2015 GC Session

1. See the Parade of Nations:  One of the most anticipated and photographed highlights of each General Conference session, the Parade of Nations usually occurs at the closing ceremonies on the second Saturday evening. It features a colorful presentation of the worldwide church: a pageantry of flags and costumes that underscores the Seventh-day Adventist church’s global reach

Card-writing campaign latest move in effort to release imprisoned Adventists

Church leaders hope to encourage two members detained in Togo since March Dec 7, 2012 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States ANN staff Seventh-day Adventist human rights advocates are encouraging church members worldwide to send Christmas cards to two Adventists imprisoned in the West African country of Togo. Adventist Church leaders are urging members worldwide to send Christmas greeting cards to two church members detained in Togo on what they say are false charges. They say holiday greetings will encourage the men as they spend the holiday season awaiting release.

Commentary: The world lost a great Christian leader with death of John Stott

Our world has lost a great Christian leader in the internationally known and respected Anglican cleric John R. W. Stott, who died on July 27 at age 90

Personal evangelism is the real ‘public’ evangelism

I dislike the term "public evangelism" and I believe we should retire it. The term is a misnomer. Is it "public" because we do it in the open air, public space, in view of all people

Hospitality marks outreach effort in Brazil

Some 600,000 Seventh-day Adventist families in Brazil will share their church's message of hope when they invite their family, friends, coworkers and community members into their homes May 30 for a meal, launching a months-long personal ministry initiative in the region. Homes of Hope, sponsored by the church's South American region, is expected to prep community members for an October regional satellite evangelism series led Mark Finley, a world church general vice president. Participating families receive a DVD featuring a message from Finley and copies of Signs of Hope, a book by Alejandro Bullon, to pass out to their guests
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