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U.S. Supreme Court ruling is First Amendment defense, Adventist legal counselors say

U.S. Supreme Court ruling is First Amendment defense, Adventist legal counselors say

Jan 13, 2012

Seventh-day Adventist Church legal counselors say a ruling this week by the United States Supreme Court further shields churches from government...

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Baird honored with lifetime achievement award for anti-tobacco work

Baird honored with lifetime achievement award for anti-tobacco work

Jan 10, 2012

Long since retired, Denis Baird, now 92, was working as a full-time Seventh-day Adventist minister and in 1975 launched what is now South Africa’s...

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Human rights champion Amor was 'great defender of religious freedom'

Human rights champion Amor was 'great defender of religious freedom'

Jan 10, 2012

Religious liberty advocates are calling the death of Tunisian human rights lawyer Abdelfattah Amor a great loss for the international religious...

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Reintroduced law again jeopardizing status of some churches in Hungary

Reintroduced law again jeopardizing status of some churches in Hungary

Jan 09, 2012

The saga of securing official church status in Hungary continues, despite what religious liberty advocates called encouraging news late last year...

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World budget funds mission, administrative support outside North America

World budget funds mission, administrative support outside North America

Jan 03, 2012

The budget of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s world headquarters this year will fund mission work and administrative support outside of North...

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In Ecuador, ADRA assisting indigenous families living near volcano

In Ecuador, ADRA assisting indigenous families living near volcano

Jan 03, 2012

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency last month distributed disposable facemasks and eye solution to an estimated 4,500 families living near...

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