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Ebola deaths include 16 Adventists in West Africa

Ebola deaths include 16 Adventists in West Africa

Oct 11, 2014

The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa has claimed the lives of 16 Seventh-day Adventists, a church official announced Saturday.“The people are...

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Day two of Annual Council is preamble to next year’s election, women’s ordination vote

Day two of Annual Council is preamble to next year’s election, women’s ordination vote

Oct 10, 2014

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders spent the second day of Annual Council addressing two major issues relating to next year’s General Conference...

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Annual Council opens with focus on healthful living, appeal for diplomacy

Annual Council opens with focus on healthful living, appeal for diplomacy

Oct 09, 2014

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s 2014 Annual Council opened with an appeal for respectful diplomacy over coming discussions as well as a major call...

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Researchers Hopkins, McBride, Randall given Adventist Health Ministries Medal of Distinction

Researchers Hopkins, McBride, Randall given Adventist Health Ministries Medal of Distinction

Oct 09, 2014

Three Seventh-day Adventist health experts were awarded the denomination’s Health Ministries Medal of Distinction for their ongoing research and...

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Adventist volunteers increasingly coming from Latin America

Adventist volunteers increasingly coming from Latin America

Oct 09, 2014

Latin America is becoming a growing supplier of international volunteers to the Seventh-day Adventist world church, a trend that underscores how the...

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SCOTUS grants workplace religious discrimination case supported by Adventists

SCOTUS grants workplace religious discrimination case supported by Adventists

Oct 02, 2014

The Supreme Court of the United States today accepted its first workplace religious freedom case in nearly 30 years, one that Seventh-day Adventists...

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