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‘Religious liberty is human rights’

‘Religious liberty is human rights’

“These people had been falsely labelled religious bigots and mystics.” Sound familiar. There has been lots of talk about religious freedom in Australia and the Church lately. Many Christians may feel...

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Loma Linda University Health diabetes prevention program merits CDC recognition

Loma Linda University Health diabetes prevention program merits CDC recognition

Loma Linda University Medical Center’s Diabetes Treatment Center was recently awarded the prestigious Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recognition for a quality diabetes prevention...

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Hundreds attend NAD Myanmar Convention in Indiana

Hundreds attend NAD Myanmar Convention in Indiana

During the first weekend of June 2019, almost 600 people from across the U.S. gathered for the bi-annual North American Division’s Myanmar Multilingual Convention held at Timber Ridge Camp in Spencer,...

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My Ministry: More than a mobile soup kitchen

My Ministry: More than a mobile soup kitchen

Are you feeling lonely? You’re not alone. A 2018 survey conducted by the Australian Psychological Society and Swinburne University has found that one in four Australian adults are lonely. One in two...

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In Inter-America, leaders unveil soul-winning plan to baptize more than 200,000 in 12 months

In Inter-America, leaders unveil soul-winning plan to baptize more than 200,000 in 12 months

The Seventh-day Adventist Church leadership in the Inter-American Division (IAD) wants all of its administrators, pastors, lay preachers, Bible instructors, small group leaders and church members to...

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Student leads many to baptism in Gabon

Student leads many to baptism in Gabon

Rorive Vinga introduced a friend to Christ when he was only a boy. Father, a soldier in the Gabonese military, was stationed in the eastern city of Koulamoutou. So, Rorive moved into a new home there...

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The Ten: Bible verses for World Refugee Sabbath

The Ten: Bible verses for World Refugee Sabbath

1. Romans 15:7* Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God. 2. Zechariah 7:9,10 This is what the Lord Almighty said: “Administer true justice; show mercy...

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World Refugee Day Sabbath

World Refugee Day Sabbath

We would rejoice if there were NO World Refugee Sabbath - because there were NO refugees.  Sadly that is not the case, so for the fourth year running, the Trans-European Division, in partnership with...

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U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black Named 2019 Canterbury Medalist

U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black Named 2019 Canterbury Medalist

Barry C. Black, 62nd Chaplain of the U.S. Senate, has been named Becket’s 2019 Canterbury Medalist for his honorable defense of religious liberty for people of all faiths. The Canterbury Medal,...

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God and Genocide

God and Genocide

A quarter of a century has passed since the world stood by, while approximately one million Rwandans were slaughtered by their neighbors and fellow citizens. How can such an outburst of undiluted evil...

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