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World Session to Feature "Windows on Mission"

"The five planned 'Windows on Mission' will focus on how the church thinks, views, and plans in matters of importance to the life and witness of the church," says Paulsen

Oklahoma Passes Religious Liberty Law

Oklahoma became the eleventh state to enact a religious freedom restoration act last week when Governor Keating signed the Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act into law

Indonesians Endure Religious Strife

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders in the area say that the increase in street flighting and stealth raids have caused many church members in the Maluku region to flee

Adventist Church in Indonesia Grows

More than 530 people were baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church

Student from Adventist School Becomes UN's Youngest Goodwill Ambassador

Student from Adventist School Becomes UN's Youngest Goodwill Ambassador

Laura Sweeting, a sixteen-year-old student at Stanborough School in Watford, England, has become the youngest goodwill ambassador for the United Nations

Adventists Act to Help Street Children in Peru

Adventists Act to Help Street Children in Peru

"When you see these children living on the streets, you just have to do something," says Maria-Elena Villasante

Adventists Respond to Crisis in Honiara, Solomon Islands; Staff Evacuated

Twelve of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's expatriate staff based in Honiara in the Solomon Islands, were evacuated on Thursday afternoon, June 8

Stress Drinking: The Double Hit

Both stress and drinking to "compensate" for stress elevate blood pressure, causing heightened health risks

Czech Adventists Re-enact Walk of Sixteenth Century Religious Exiles

Wearing national costume, Daniel Riman and Pavel Kunz walked for ten days, from May 17 to 26

Earthquake Hits Indonesian Islands

The death toll from an earthquake in southwestern Sumatra on June 4, measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale, continues to rise

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