Seventh-day Adventist Pastor Pavel Fedotov was arrested on October 21 during church services and detained for three days for holding "illegal religious meetings"
There is a widespread reluctance in the Christian community to face up to the issue of HIV/AIDS, say Adventist health professionals
In his keynote address, Don Schneider, president of the Adventist Church in North America, cautioned that the business issues should not obscure the fundamental mission of the church
G. Boakye-Dankwa, an Adventist Church leader in the region, says that hundreds of thousands of the city's residents crowded into the downtown area and gun shots and grenades could be heard in the streets
Looking toward a new Africa, President Mbeki said that Africans are tired of military coups, corruption, poverty, and abuse of power
Don Schneider, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, received a check symbolizing the one billionth dollar raised over the past 25 years
Feelings of nostalgia found abundant expressions among Seventh-day Adventists in the 170-member congregation in the Ukrainian village of Pozharky
Neil Watts, president of the Adventist Church in the Western Pacific area, welcomed the October 15 signing, which took place in Townsville, Australia
Michael Ryan, director of the Adventist Church's Global Mission initiative, says that "Global Mission pioneers" have been the major force in establishing new congregations
There has been no relief for Christians in the East Indonesian Maluku Islands, who continue to face gunfire in the streets, destruction of churches and homes, and economic hardship
A tougher drunk-driving law, aimed at reducing the number of alcohol-related traffic fatalities, was signed by President Bill Clinton on October 23
The government of Turkmenistan has been cited by the United Nations, the U.S. State Department, and many religious and civil rights groups for its ongoing repression of religious minorities.
The document, which aims to protect the personal, political, and social rights of the citizens of the European Union, was approved in draft form
"This is the first of many AWR program partner studios that will provide audio-on-demand on the Internet for countries in the 10/40 Window," said Don Jacobsen