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New Adventist distance-learning university expands education options in Inter-America

New Adventist distance-learning university expands education options in Inter-America

May 09, 2012

A new Seventh-day Adventist distance-learning institution inaugurated this week in Inter-America expands the education options of students in the...

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Implications of aging ministers could challenge future staffing

Implications of aging ministers could challenge future staffing

May 08, 2012

A recent review of pastoral demographics in the United States reveals that nearly 50 percent of Seventh-day Adventist ministers will reach retirement...

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Connecting with community focus of Inter-America’s first Urban Ministries Summit

Connecting with community focus of Inter-America’s first Urban Ministries Summit

May 07, 2012

Seventh-day Adventist leadership pledged at the church’s first Urban Ministries Summit in Inter-America to better connect with the more than 36...

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For Adventist radio arm, Armenian stations are inroad to mission

For Adventist radio arm, Armenian stations are inroad to mission

May 04, 2012

Adventist media officials say two new Adventist World Radio FM stations in Armenia will connect with residents of the world’s oldest official...

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Ongoing religious freedom advocacy difficult, but often effective, U.S. official says

Ongoing religious freedom advocacy difficult, but often effective, U.S. official says

Apr 30, 2012

When veteran religious liberty advocate Knox Thames addressed the 7th World Congress for Religious Freedom last week, he held a piece of rubble from...

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In world fields, religious liberty often a struggle

In world fields, religious liberty often a struggle

Apr 26, 2012

It's one thing to lose a job because of your religious beliefs. It's quite another to be deprived of your freedom -- or even your life. Those are...

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