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Adventist leaders say 'Religious freedom divide' is troubling, not surprising

Adventist leaders say 'Religious freedom divide' is troubling, not surprising

Aug 24, 2011

The global religious freedom "forecast" looks grim for the 2.2 billion people around the world who suffer discrimination or persecution...

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Church Chat: New religious study centers director wants to provide more tools for members

Church Chat: New religious study centers director wants to provide more tools for members

Aug 23, 2011

Rick McEdward has coordinated church planting throughout Southeast Asia and in the United States in Texas and his home state of Washington. Now the...

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Euro-Africa religious liberty director dies in swimming accident

Euro-Africa religious liberty director dies in swimming accident

Aug 19, 2011

Karel Nowak, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church's Euro-Africa Division, died while swimming in the...

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Leaders call for involvement in 10th annual Abuse Prevention initiative

Leaders call for involvement in 10th annual Abuse Prevention initiative

Aug 16, 2011

Leaders of seven departments of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are urging members worldwide to participate in the denomination's Abuse Prevention...

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Diop is Adventist Church's new UN liaison

Diop is Adventist Church's new UN liaison

Aug 12, 2011

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has selected Ganoune Diop, a theologian and multi-linguist, as its new voice at the United Nations. Diop, originally...

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In U.S., principal at Tennessee Adventist school found dead; student, 16, in custody

In U.S., principal at Tennessee Adventist school found dead; student, 16, in custody

Aug 10, 2011

The principal of Memphis Junior Academy in the U.S. state of Tennessee was found dead this morning at the school, and police have a 16-year-old male...

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