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Adventist Leaders Appeal for Church Entities to Respect Ordination Vote

Adventist Leaders Appeal for Church Entities to Respect Ordination Vote

General Conference and division leaders re-affirmed the important role of women in the life of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and appealed to all church entities to respect a recent General...

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Everyone called to participate in Church’s new outreach mission

Everyone called to participate in Church’s new outreach mission

When Judith Miranda and her husband visited Malibu, California over 10 years ago, there weren’t any Seventh-day Adventist churches in city limits. Miranda, a full-time registered nurse, decided not to...

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Annual Council returns to its roots for Friday night services

Annual Council returns to its roots for Friday night services

During the 2015 Annual Council meetings, Seventh-day Adventist church leaders and lay delegates, met for Friday evening worship away from Church headquarters in Sliver Spring, Maryland. In an effort...

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Everyone A Sower

Everyone A Sower

Transcript of president Ted N.C. Wilson’s sermon at the 2015 Annual Council in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA on October 10, 2015. We are living in a time of unprecedented change. God has asked His...

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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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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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