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United for mission

During its 2016 Annual Council, the 342-member General Conference Executive Committee met at the world headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Silver Spring, Maryland, to hear reports and...

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Syrian refugee kids warm a freezing refugee camp in the Middle East

Syrian refugee kids warm a freezing refugee camp in the Middle East

Twenty-seven Syrian refugee students from the Adventist Learning Center (ALC) in Beirut, Lebanon piled into a tiny rented bus for the one and a half hour to north Lebanon to deliver sacks of clothing...

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Laymen in southeastern India become equipped to minister through small groups

Laymen in southeastern India become equipped to minister through small groups

More than 40 delegates and laymen were encouraged to promote Total Member Involvement through local outreach projects during a training program on the campus of Metas Seventh-day Adventist secondary...

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Record 113,000 evangelistic meetings planned for 2017

Record 113,000 evangelistic meetings planned for 2017

An unprecedented 113,000 evangelistic meetings will be held worldwide in 2017 as the Seventh-day Adventist Church steps up efforts to spread the gospel through Total Member Involvement (TMI).  But...

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Adventists welcome new US International Religious Freedom law

Adventists welcome new US International Religious Freedom law

Legislation signed into law last week by United States President Barack Obama represents a much-needed step forward in the global effort to combat religious persecution, says the Seventh-day Adventist...

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Caleb Adeogun, beloved retired Nigerian Adventist leader, passes at 84

Caleb Adeogun, beloved retired Nigerian Adventist leader, passes at 84

Seventh-day Adventist pastor Caleb Oyelayo Adeogun, 84, the first African elected executive secretary of his home division and the first Nigerian secretary and then president of his country’s union...

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