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Church Chat: Carson handles spotlight ‘prayerfully, humbly’

Church Chat: Carson handles spotlight ‘prayerfully, humbly’

Apr 05, 2013

When Dr. Ben Carson spoke at February’s National Prayer Breakfast in front of United States President Barack Obama, his critical views on national...

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Adventist university to assist Zambian government in developing teachers

Adventist university to assist Zambian government in developing teachers

Apr 04, 2013

Zambia’s ambassador to the United States commended the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s humanitarian work and educational development during his visit...

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In Southern Mexico, religious liberty continues to grow despite history of intolerance

In Southern Mexico, religious liberty continues to grow despite history of intolerance

Apr 02, 2013

A large-scale festival of religious liberty here in the Southern Mexican state of Chiapas underscores how freedom of conscience continues to improve...

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Thousands of Adventist youth march across Brooklyn Bridge against violence

Thousands of Adventist youth march across Brooklyn Bridge against violence

Mar 29, 2013

More than 3,000 Seventh-day Adventist youth and supporters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York last Saturday in a demonstration calling...

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In Central African Republic, church members mostly under radar amid coup

In Central African Republic, church members mostly under radar amid coup

Mar 26, 2013

Sunday’s mass lootings in the capital of the Central African Republic have not affected Seventh-day Adventist Church operations, but several...

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In the Middle East, Wilson affirms church members’ community service

In the Middle East, Wilson affirms church members’ community service

Mar 25, 2013

For Seventh-day Adventist Church President Ted N. C. Wilson, last week’s pastoral visit to the Middle East was an opportunity to affirm members and...

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