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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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Adventist Heritage Ministry to become part of Ellen White Estate

Adventist Heritage Ministry to become part of Ellen White Estate

Oct 02, 2014

The ministry that manages Adventist historic sites is about to become more integrated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s structure.The...

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In U.S., Southern Adventist University receives Governor's Healthier Workplace Award

In U.S., Southern Adventist University receives Governor's Healthier Workplace Award

Oct 01, 2014

Southern Adventist University received the 2014 Governor’s Healthier Workplace award, part of the state's Healthier Tennessee initiative, for meeting...

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Theology of ordination, Oakwood constituency among agenda items for Annual Council

Theology of ordination, Oakwood constituency among agenda items for Annual Council

Oct 01, 2014

Seventh-day Adventist world church leaders are set to discuss the theology of ordination and the ownership constituency of a university among other...

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Flood kills teacher at Adventist school in India

Flood kills teacher at Adventist school in India

Oct 01, 2014

An Adventist boarding school in northeast India has been devastated by a flash flood that killed one teacher and forced it to close its doors to 900...

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