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Volcanic eruptions cripple mountain communities in North Sumatra

Volcanic eruptions cripple mountain communities in North Sumatra

Jan 30, 2014

Seventh-day Adventist schools in West Indonesia are among institutions serving as shelters in the wake of a series of major volcanic eruptions that...

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TOSC Third Session Concludes with Appeals for “Bridge-building,” Mission Focus

TOSC Third Session Concludes with Appeals for “Bridge-building,” Mission Focus

Jan 29, 2014

More than 40 hours of presentations, discussions, worship, and question-and-answer sessions ended quietly Sabbath evening, January 25, as members of...

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Academic conference in Spain promotes tolerance toward religious minorities

Academic conference in Spain promotes tolerance toward religious minorities

Jan 23, 2014

Religious freedom advocates in Europe are hoping an academic conference in Spain last week could lead to more recognition for the cause of religious...

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Police hold suspect after U.S. Adventist campus was on lockdown

Police hold suspect after U.S. Adventist campus was on lockdown

Jan 23, 2014

A Seventh-day Adventist university campus in the U.S. state of Tennessee was put on lockdown for more than two hours today after campus safety...

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Several Adventists killed during political unrest in Central African Republic

Several Adventists killed during political unrest in Central African Republic

Jan 21, 2014

A Seventh-day Adventist was killed by gunfire in Central African Republic last month, the latest of several Adventist victims of sectarian violence...

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35,000 Youth Attend Adventist Camporee in Brazil

35,000 Youth Attend Adventist Camporee in Brazil

Jan 17, 2014

A record 35,000 young people, mostly Seventh-day Adventists, from 12 nations gathered in Barretos, in the Brazilian state of São Paulo from January 7...

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