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A new networking association is formed for Christ’s “unusual ambassadors”

A new networking association is formed for Christ’s “unusual ambassadors”

It can be an isolating experience for Seventh-day Adventist Church members who hold high public office: this was one of the key messages to emerge from a unique gathering of Adventist public officials...

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Six flag unity in San Antonio

Six flag unity in San Antonio

On the day that Serbia's Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, was chased away by stone-throwing protesters at a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia and Herzegovina,...

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San Antonio Mayor Grateful for GC Session and 'Steps to Christ'

San Antonio Mayor Grateful for GC Session and 'Steps to Christ'

San Antonio Mayor Ivy R. Taylor thanked Seventh-day Adventists for bringing the free healthcare and the 2015 General Conference session to her city — and said she looked forward to reading a brand-new...

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Wilson Calls for Unity in Adventist Mission

Wilson Calls for Unity in Adventist Mission

Ted N.C. Wilson, speaking in his first sermon after his re-election as General Conference president, urged Adventists to press ahead in unity in proclaiming Jesus’ soon return. Wilson drew from...

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FULL TEXT “Cross the Jordan. Don’t Retreat”

FULL TEXT “Cross the Jordan. Don’t Retreat”

The following is a transcript of the Sabbath sermon that Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson gave at the 2015 General Conference session in San Antonio, Texas, on July 11, 2015. Read a report...

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GC President Says Ordination Vote Doesn’t Change Current Policy

GC President Says Ordination Vote Doesn’t Change Current Policy

General Conference president Ted N.C. Wilson said Friday that a vote this week on the issue of women’s ordination meant “we maintain the current policy.”  Wilson told delegates at the General...

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