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South Pacific: visit from Adventist president affirms identity of church

South Pacific: visit from Adventist president affirms identity of church

Feb 01, 2011

At the request of Papua New Guinea's prime minister last week, the Seventh-day Adventist world church president led a Bible study and prayed with the...

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In Egypt, Adventist schools suspended this week, but church operations not affected

Jan 31, 2011

Two Seventh-day Adventist-run schools in Egypt have suspended classes this week due to ongoing national protests. Otherwise, Adventist operations are...

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European financial woes reflected in Adventist Church operations

European financial woes reflected in Adventist Church operations

Jan 26, 2011

With unemployed members and decreased tithes, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Europe has been struggling to contend with the global financial...

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Loma Linda's longtime spokesman Weismeyer dies at 67

Loma Linda's longtime spokesman Weismeyer dies at 67

Jan 25, 2011

Richard W. Weismeyer, 67, the longtime Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center spokesman, who met U.S. presidents, foreign heads of...

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In Azerbaijan, Adventists questioned, accused of illegal worship, evangelism

Jan 20, 2011

Tensions between Seventh-day Adventists and government authorities in Azerbaijan increased last month when officials interrupted a church worship...

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Adventist 2011 world budget highlights mission, administrative support

Adventist 2011 world budget highlights mission, administrative support

Jan 18, 2011

Continuing tradition, the two largest components of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's world budget this year will fund appropriations for...

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