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In Inter-America, Adventist elders authorized to baptize during historic event

In Inter-America, Adventist elders authorized to baptize during historic event

Oct 02, 2013

Thousands of Seventh-day Adventist elders—or lay pastors—across the church’s Inter-America Division were temporarily authorized to baptize new...

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Decade after HIV/AIDS ministry launched, major reduction of stigma, increased support

Decade after HIV/AIDS ministry launched, major reduction of stigma, increased support

Sep 30, 2013

Ten years ago, Drs. Oscar and Eugenia Giordano held an advisory meeting of Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders in Africa with a mission of...

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Record survey to inform Adventist Church’s next strategic plan

Record survey to inform Adventist Church’s next strategic plan

Sep 25, 2013

Seventh-day Adventist leaders are making initial recommendations for a global strategic plan based on the results of an unprecedented survey of the...

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Husband of Adventist Church member among victims in Nairobi terror attack

Husband of Adventist Church member among victims in Nairobi terror attack

Sep 24, 2013

The husband of an Adventist church member from Nairobi was killed during the terrorist attack in Nairobi’s Westgate Shopping Mall in which more than...

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New audio player offers book collection to blinded veterans

New audio player offers book collection to blinded veterans

Sep 20, 2013

Christian Record Services for the Blind this week launched a new project to support veterans blinded in the line of military duty.   InSight4Vets is...

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Adventist Church files lawsuit against U.S. city for ‘blatant’ religious liberty violation

Adventist Church files lawsuit against U.S. city for ‘blatant’ religious liberty violation

Sep 19, 2013

The Seventh-day Adventist Church last week filed a lawsuit against the city of Las Cruces in the U.S. state of New Mexico over an ordinance church...

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