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Kari Paulsen, wife of former Seventh-day Adventist World Church President, passes away.

Kari Paulsen, wife of former Seventh-day Adventist World Church President, passes away.

Kari Paulsen, wife of Pastor Jan Paulsen, former president of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, passed away in Norway, January 10. Pastor Paulsen was by her side.   Ted N.C. Wilson said in a...

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Adventist Church still assessing damage after earthquake hits Puerto Rico

Adventist Church still assessing damage after earthquake hits Puerto Rico

Seventh-day Adventist leaders in Puerto Rico are still baffled by a series of earthquakes which began yesterday, and culminated with a 6.4 magnitude tremor early this on January 7. The earthquakes...

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Australian bushfire: trees silhouettes and smoke from bushfires covers the sky and glowing sun barely seen through the smoke. Catastrophic fire danger, NSW, Australia

A special prayer appeal to the Worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church for the Lord’s intervention in stopping the horrific fires in Australia

Please pray for Australia! Our hearts go out to our dear brothers and sisters down under, and to the entire country of Australia as they are experiencing a catastrophic situation with long-burning...

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Man Holding Vape And Cigarette

Electronic cigarettes have alarming risks, expert warns

Both conventional and electronic cigarettes are devices for administering nicotine, which causes one of the largest known chemical dependencies. The electronic cigarette was initially to have an...

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Australian Bushfires update

Australian Bushfires update

As Australia’s bushfire crisis continues, here’s an update on how Adventists have been impacted and what the Church is doing to support fire-impacted communities. Cobargo the worst affected in NSW C...

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Adventist families among those affected by massive flooding in Indonesia

Adventist families among those affected by massive flooding in Indonesia

While the world welcomed the New Year on the evening of December 31, 2019, citizens of Jakarta, Indonesia braced themselves for torrential rains and severe flooding as monsoons and rising rivers...

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Adventist Church in Australia responds to bushfire tragedy

Adventist Church in Australia responds to bushfire tragedy

Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church have expressed their heartfelt sympathies for those impacted by the bushfires currently raging across Australia. Jorge Munoz, president of the Seventh-day...

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Adventist paramedic in Northern Territory receives award

Adventist paramedic in Northern Territory receives award

Katherine Seventh-day Adventist Church attendee Rebekah Tierney was announced as “New Practitioner of the Year” for St John Ambulance Australia (NT) during an awards ceremony at Parliament House in...

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Christmas time

The Gift of Jesus Christ

As we come to the close of another year, I would like to invite you for a moment to consider the most amazing gift of Jesus Christ. While we do not know exactly when He was born, the important thing...

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Is Christmas pagan?

Is Christmas pagan?

Commonly referred to as “The most wonderful time of the year”, Christmas sees an increase in generosity, families and friends gathering together, and Jesus celebrated. Yet some Christians have...

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