More than 6,700 patients received free care from 3,300 volunteers in Phoenix
Japan Church Leaders Dream Big for 2018 and Beyond
Preliminary plans include outreach initiatives for Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Adventist University in France Issues New Theological Journal
As French-speaking Adventism spreads, ‘Servir’ will foster research, reflection.
Church President in Europe Loses Both Parents on the Same Day
Regional church expressed its condolences to Pastor Raafat Kamal.
Two Ghana Churches Attacked by Armed Robbers
Suspects made away with cash, phones, tablets, and laptops.
Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die
What driverless cars taught me about the Baby of Bethlehem.
Queen of Tonga Attends Inaugural Prayer Breakfast
Event was organized by the women’s ministries department of the Tonga Mission.
Caffeine Impacts Health Negatively, Says Study in Australia
Together with red meat and stress, it accelerates aging and may trigger other diseases.
Fiji President Opens Adventist Youth Congress
George Konrote is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Cyprus Commemoration Captures the Spirit of the Reformation
‘Oldest Bible in Cyprus’ featured; Luther’s co-worker’s descendants present at event.
Adventists Coordinate Medical Center in an Iraq Refugee Camp
“It’s God’s Gift to Have This Team Here to Help Us”
US “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” Impact on Adventist Employees and Organizations
Adventist Church offers timely insights into changes introduced by bill
Dialogue Continues Between Students and Church Leaders in North America
At Oakwood University, candid exchanges foster accountability, belonging.
Throwing Tomatoes at Autoimmune Diseases
Loma Linda researcher is working on edible vaccines based on plants and fruits.
Adventist University Findings on David and Goliath Displayed in Washington
Southern Adventist University research featured at brand-new Museum of the Bible.