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In Hungary, amended religion law recognizes Seventh-day Adventist Church

In Hungary, amended religion law recognizes Seventh-day Adventist Church

Feb 28, 2012

A difficult saga for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Hungary took a new turn this week when the nation’s lawmakers voted to restore the...

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Survey of Adventist ‘opinions, attitudes and spiritual life patterns’ coming to local churches

Survey of Adventist ‘opinions, attitudes and spiritual life patterns’ coming to local churches

Feb 24, 2012

More than 60 percent of Seventh-day Adventists worldwide are women. Less than 40 percent of American Adventists study their Bible once a week....

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Remembrance: Soper edited temperance magazine Listen for 30 years

Remembrance: Soper edited temperance magazine Listen for 30 years

Feb 24, 2012

Francis A. Soper was the longtime editor of Listen magazine, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s temperance outreach that advocated a drug-free...

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Safe churches a priority for Adventist Risk Management

Safe churches a priority for Adventist Risk Management

Feb 21, 2012

A new child protection program from the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s risk management organization is galvanizing the church’s ongoing efforts to...

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The One Project makes Jesus center of theology

The One Project makes Jesus center of theology

Feb 17, 2012

The annual gathering of The One Project has its roots in Japhet De Oliveira’s 2009 cancer diagnosis, which he says was a wake-up call. With the...

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North America retracts “commissioned” ministers as top leader candidates

North America retracts “commissioned” ministers as top leader candidates

Feb 14, 2012

The president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division apologized to the division’s Executive Committee for some inadvertent...

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