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Adventist president explores clash between secularism and religious belief

Adventist president explores clash between secularism and religious belief

Apr 26, 2012

Seventh-day Adventist world church President Ted N. C. Wilson today challenged believers to grasp the opportunities for open discourse that a secular...

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World religious freedom congress opens with call to avoid secular society’s lead

World religious freedom congress opens with call to avoid secular society’s lead

Apr 24, 2012

Addressing nearly 900 delegates and guests at the Seventh World Congress of the International Religious Liberty Association, Denton Lotz, a noted...

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Mission to Cities, Revived by His Word initiatives highlight Spring Meeting opening

Mission to Cities, Revived by His Word initiatives highlight Spring Meeting opening

Apr 17, 2012

Top regional Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders today identified 24 cities that will receive targeted outreach efforts, the next step of a plan...

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In Guatemala, major evangelism push yields thousands of new members

In Guatemala, major evangelism push yields thousands of new members

Apr 12, 2012

The Central American country of Guatemala has been playing host to big evangelism efforts by both training evangelists and holding local campaigns,...

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World religious freedom congress to help advocates identify emerging threats

World religious freedom congress to help advocates identify emerging threats

Apr 10, 2012

Organizers of this month’s 7th World Congress for Religious Freedom say they’re focused on helping religious liberty advocates stay ahead of the...

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Remembrance: Retzer, 90, was Sabbath School director, South America missionary

Remembrance: Retzer, 90, was Sabbath School director, South America missionary

Apr 10, 2012

Fernon Retzer, Sabbath School Department director at the Seventh-day Adventist Church world headquarters in the 1970s and a missionary in South...

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