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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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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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Remembrance: Persuasive bookseller Ramirez, 93, was first Hispanic GC director

Remembrance: Persuasive bookseller Ramirez, 93, was first Hispanic GC director

Feb 14, 2012

Louis A. Ramirez was such a bold and effective salesman that he could sell religious literature to other Christian ministers who had denounced...

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Church Chat: Mission volunteers needed

Church Chat: Mission volunteers needed

Feb 07, 2012

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division still sends more overseas volunteers than any of the denomination’s 12 other world...

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Former Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen receives civilian honor

Former Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen receives civilian honor

Feb 03, 2012

Former world church President Jan Paulsen’s home country of Norway is recognizing the veteran church administrator for his “service for the good of...

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