This week on Adventist News Network ... young people in Brazil reach Sao Paulo neighborhoods with a message of hope - Displaced Congolese Adventists find support at Rwandan refugee camps - And church leaders in South Africa say Christian education is rooted in Creation.
This week on Adventist News Network ... connecting with tourists and athletes during the Olympic Games - Church leaders in the Mid-Atlantic United States say they will honor requests for ordination, regardless of gender - And a growing Chinese population in the South Pacific finds community through faith.
This week on Adventist News Network... protecting the church’s identity - Young Adventists in Serbia turn to practical ministry - And reaching sub-Saharan Africa with the Adventist message of hope.
This week on Adventist News Network ... young people prepare for a lifetime of religious liberty advocacy - Brazilian Adventists promote Revived by His Word, in one hundred and forty characters or less - And we hear from former athlete and pastor Richard Daly on the upcoming Olympic Games
This week on Adventist News Network ... health outreach in the U.K. meets Olympic enthusiasm - Church leaders call for harmony as questions surround women’s ordination - And a multi-million dollar grant funds development projects in the Solomon Islands
This week on Adventist News Network ... tech professionals in South America share best practices - Sweden recognizes a veteran Adventist musician - And celebrating one hundred years of Adventism in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu
This week on Adventist News Network ... the president of Kenya praises the church’s focus on education - How Europe’s largest community of Adventist believers is reaching their neighbors - And why an upcoming youth conference could change a generation of young people.
Finally this week, Benjamin Baker has our look at Adventist history. We find out about an early Adventist who was arrested for his observance of the seventh-day Sabbath.
This week on Adventist News Network ... the final chapter in a decades-long legal saga in Australia - A top civilian honor for former church President Jan Paulsen - And Babcock University launches the first Adventist medical school in Africa