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U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral argument on religious signage, content discrimination

U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral argument on religious signage, content discrimination

Jan 12, 2015

Can a United States city mandate that a sign announcing a religious event must be smaller than a sign promoting a political candidate?That’s the...

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Adventist Church offers condolences after terrorist attack in Paris

Jan 09, 2015

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has sent condolences to France and praised its government for supporting religious freedom after a terrorist attack...

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In Liberia, ADRA distributing $110,000 worth of supplies to Ebola survivors, victims

In Liberia, ADRA distributing $110,000 worth of supplies to Ebola survivors, victims

Jan 08, 2015

The Adventist Development Relief Agency is collaborating with a local church in Monrovia, Liberia, to distribute supplies to some 600 Ebola survivors...

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Adventist Church to begin 10 Days of Prayer

Adventist Church to begin 10 Days of Prayer

Jan 07, 2015

Adventists around the world begin 10 days of prayer on Wednesday for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a...

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2015 Adventist World Budget funds mission, administrative support

2015 Adventist World Budget funds mission, administrative support

Jan 07, 2015

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s 2015 General Conference World Budget funds mission work and administrative support, as well as funding operation...

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W. Augustus Cheatham, former vice president of Loma Linda University, dies of brain cancer

W. Augustus Cheatham, former vice president of Loma Linda University, dies of brain cancer

Jan 05, 2015

W. Augustus Cheatham, an education official in the administration of U.S. President Jimmy Carter who went on to become the longest-serving vice...

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