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Church Leaders Respond to Students' Call for Improved Public Campus Ministries

Church Leaders Respond to Students' Call for Improved Public Campus Ministries

The first step in creating a plan to help Seventh-day Adventist students around the world develop public campus ministries was approved in principle November 14 by the administrative committee of the...

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Australian Health Food Company Announces Appointment of its Youngest-Ever CEO

Australian Health Food Company Announces Appointment of its Youngest-Ever CEO

Sanitarium Health Food Company, the manufacturer of Australia and New Zealand’s top-selling breakfast cereal, has announced the appointment of Kevin Jackson, 32, as the company’s new chief executive...

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Adventist Church Argues Against Religious Intolerance in Canadian Supreme Court

An attempt to prevent graduates of a Christian university from teaching in public schools amounts to religious intolerance, attorney Gerald Chipeur told Canada’s Supreme Court on November 9.  Chipeur,...

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Pastors Are in Short Supply in China, say Adventist Church Leaders

Pastors Are in Short Supply in China, say Adventist Church Leaders

P. D. Chun, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in northern Asia, has reported that providing “well-trained spiritual ministers” to China is one of the greatest challenges for the Adventist...

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Groundbreaking Research Aims to Replace Pills With Potatoes

Groundbreaking Research Aims to Replace Pills With Potatoes

Researchers at Loma Linda University Medical Center are developing strains of tomatoes and potatoes they hope will eventually be used to provide immunization against cholera, rotavirus, and...

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Adventist Church in Euro-Asia Region Reports Growth, Challenges

Michael Kaminski, secretary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Russia and central Asia, reported on October 31 that the church in the region has grown by some 14 percent over the past year,...

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