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Remembrance: Nebblett helped develop ADRA, secured early grants

Remembrance: Nebblett helped develop ADRA, secured early grants

Sep 20, 2012

Milton E. Nebblett was a driven force who helped transform local Seventh-day Adventist humanitarian outreach in the early 1980s into a major player...

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Adventist Church launches committee to study theology of ordination

Adventist Church launches committee to study theology of ordination

Sep 19, 2012

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders yesterday voted to establish a Theology of Ordination Study Committee, with a goal of delivering a report to the...

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ADRA providing maternal care, healthcare training in China’s Tibetan Plateau

ADRA providing maternal care, healthcare training in China’s Tibetan Plateau

Sep 18, 2012

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency International is helping to improve prenatal and infant health across the Tibetan Plateau in Western...

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In U.S., workplace religious freedom legislation finds traction at local level

In U.S., workplace religious freedom legislation finds traction at local level

Sep 13, 2012

Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty advocates say a new bill banning workplace religious discrimination in the U.S. state of California offers...

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Six months away, Youth Ministries planning now for world service day

Six months away, Youth Ministries planning now for world service day

Sep 11, 2012

Gilbert Cangy is urging Seventh-day Adventist youth to hear one less sermon next year. The Adventist world church’s Youth Ministries director is...

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In Philippines, Adventist hospital team wins nurse quiz competition

In Philippines, Adventist hospital team wins nurse quiz competition

Sep 07, 2012

The Manila Adventist Medical Center (MAMC) was named Grand Winner of the 2nd Rachell Allen Nurse Quiz Show 2012, an invitational event sponsored by...

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