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UN event boosts visibility of religious freedom NGO

UN event boosts visibility of religious freedom NGO

The Adventist-affiliated group AIDLR got a welcomed boost in visibility this month by organizing its first event at the United Nations office in Geneva, organizers said.AIDLR, or International...

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A division territory’s self-evaluation comes amid other changes

A division territory’s self-evaluation comes amid other changes

Officials of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division (NAD) held a large meeting last month to examine ways of doing mission more effectively in their territory, the biggest...

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With goal of repositioning its media, Adventist Church overhauls North American publishing operations

With goal of repositioning its media, Adventist Church overhauls North American publishing operations

The Review and Herald and the Pacific Press publishing houses have approved the biggest restructuring in Adventist publishing’s 153-year history, embracing a plan that Adventist leaders hope will...

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Highlights of publishing restructuring plan in North America

The restructuring plan approved on June 17 by the constituencies of Pacific Press Publishing Association (PPPA) and the Review and Herald Publishing Association (RHPA) call for the following: PPPA...

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Five strengths of each publishing house

In recent months, Seventh-day Adventist leaders have weighed the benefits of basing the North American Division’s publishing operations at Pacific Press (PPPA) in Nampa, Idaho, or at Review and Herald...

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How publishing plan aligns with Ellen White's advice

A plan to overhaul the Seventh-day Adventist Church's publishing operations in North America was approved on June 17. The plan contains the following explanation on how the restructuring is in line...

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