Ann Stenson underwent an unusual and extremely high-risk pregnancy in 1989, nearly losing her life and her baby. Today her daughter is training […]
Month: November 2017
More than 120 teachers, almost all Seventh-day Adventist church members, came together for a Sabbath of worship and fellowship at the multipurpose hall […]
The Norwegian Publishing House, managed by the Norwegian Union of Seventh-day Adventists, placed God center stage at the Oslo Book Festival, Nov. 10-12, […]
Samuel Saw, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Southern Asia-Pacific Division, grew up without a relationship with his father. The two never spent […]
Loma Linda University Health, an Adventist-managed institution in Loma Linda, California, United States, celebrated its 50-year legacy of providing organ transplantation to inland […]
Two months after Hurricane Maria shut down Puerto Rico, parts of the island are still without power and water, hundreds of buildings and […]
Going back to a church and a community where you once pastored or fellowshipped is always an emotional experience. It’s encouraging to see […]
From Nov. 4-14, the 9th ‘Humanitarian Intervention of International Solidarity with Refugees’ took place through the Adventist Development and Relief (ADRA) project ‘Hope […]
Rick McEdward, president of the Middle East and North Africa Union of the Seventh-day Adventists, strongly condemned the atrocious terrorist attack that took […]
20-minute presentations focus on “health, hope, and happiness.”
Move is part of a plan to tackle the problem of non-communicable diseases.
Students and church members take part in the Beirut Marathon.
Church leaders call to step up efforts to reach those with hearing disabilities.
Although we do not want to be perceived as alarmists, it is obvious that we are living in the last days of Earth’s history.
After a quarter of a century, Adventists in Tirana have their place of worship.