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Statement on Umpqua Community College Shooting

The President of The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America Daniel R. Jackson, issued the following statement on October 2, 2015 in response to the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College...

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Ted N.C. Wilson joins Facebook and Twitter

Ted N.C. Wilson joins Facebook and Twitter

Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist world church, launched his own Twitter and Facebook accounts on Thursday in an effort to better communicate the church’s activities directly to...

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Religious freedom takes center stage in Madagascar at Adventist-sponsored festival

Religious freedom takes center stage in Madagascar at Adventist-sponsored festival

More than 17,000 people rallied last week in a sports arena in Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, to pledge their support for religious liberty. The day-long “Festival of Religious Freedom,”...

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Alberto C. Gulfan Jr., long-time Adventist leader in Southeast Asia, passes away

Alberto C. Gulfan Jr., long-time Adventist leader in Southeast Asia, passes away

Known for his passion for evangelism, Alberto C. Gulfan Jr. regularly conducted several evangelistic series per year, sometimes as many as five or six, while maintaining his busy presidential...

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Maranatha builds 4 churches as membership surges in Dominican Republic

Maranatha builds 4 churches as membership surges in Dominican Republic

Four new churches with seating for 600 members opened in the Dominican Republic this month as the Seventh-day Adventist Church races to keep up with surging membership in the Caribbean island nation. ...

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Long-awaited Adventist school set to open in East Timor with 32 students

Long-awaited Adventist school set to open in East Timor with 32 students

For some children, the start of a school year is a dreaded time as they leave behind their summer fun. However, students at the new Timor-Leste Adventist International School (TAIS) in Dili can’t wait...

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