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Adventist Health Educator Recognized by Korean Government

Korean Prime Minister Park Tae Joon has awarded Seventh-day Adventist Pastor Philip Bohyun Yun Korea's fourth highest award

Czech Adventist Health Workers Launch Educational CD-ROM

Research shows that lifestyle impacts our health significantly, said the producer of the CD-ROM, Petr Skrla, Ph.D.,

Adventists Subsidize "Bibles for the Pacific Islands" Project

We're keen to make Bibles, in particular, available to those coming into the Church," says Pastor Brad Kemp

Adventist Broadcaster H.M.S. Richards Dies at 70

H. M. S. Richards, Jr., speaker emeritus of the Voice of Prophecy international radio broadcast, died of heart failure on April 11

Ireland: Catholics Aid Adventists in Time of Grief

The tragic death of an Adventist teenager brought an offer of aid from the Catholic Church to the Seventh-day Adventist

USA: Many States Not Using Tobacco Settlement Cash to Fund Smoking Prevention Programs

states are using these payments to fund such activities as road-building, water projects, and to reduce their general budget deficits

New York Win for Sabbath-Observers a Step in the Right Direction, says Adventist lawyer

State employees who have religious objections to working on Saturday to work on Sunday instead

Chile: Anti-drug Program Promoted in Six Adventist Schools

A national campaign for the prevention of smoking and drugs began in six Seventh-day Adventist schools

"Increase in Religious Intolerance"-Adventist Religious Liberty Leader Warns United Nations

A growing climate of hostility towards religious minorities in Europe is out of keeping with the democratic ideal of religious freedom

Adventist Company Sponsors Australia's Largest Ever Symposium on Vegetarianism

a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, legumes and whole grains can significantly reduce the risk of obesity and heart disease

Canadian Government Supports Adventist Aid Agency's Landmine Victim Program

"[Landmines] continue to kill and maim men, women and children long after the end of the conflict,"

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Tells Adventist University Students to "Prepare for Leadership"

Pacific Adventist University (PAU) plays a vital role in improving the lot of women in society, said Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta

Adventists Survive Plane Crash on Micronesian Island

Three Seventh-day Adventist leaders were aboard a Boeing 727 aircraft carrying 96 passengers from Guam to the island of Yap that crashed on April 2

Family Tragedy Strikes Adventist Community in Jamaica

In the early morning hours, a father attacked his common-law wife and four children

Turkmen Pastor Faces Bleak Future After Destruction of Church

Pavel Fedotov, 28, told an AFP reporter last week of weeping church members who sang hymns as authorities outside ordered operators of heavy demolition machines to begin tearing down the church

Religious Liberty Expert Condemns Abuses in Saudi Arabia

Rossi addressed the United Nations Commission on Human Rights on March 28

Czech Adventist Health Leader Protests Against

The winner of this contest, which was conducted during this last weekend in Hora svate Kateriny in the region of Krusnohorsko, drank 35 bottles of beer

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Russian Religious Freedom Expert Shares Concerns at Adventist World Headquarters

Asked about the prospects for religious freedom in Russia, Krasikov pointed to recent changes in the country's leadership

Adventist Communicators Receive Awards at Inter-faith Convention

A CD-ROM produced by Duerksen, which utilizes a high-tech combination of sound, graphics and video footage

New Mexico's Religious Freedom Bill is Part of a Nationwide Trend, says Adventist Leader

A bill protecting freedom of religion is one step closer to becoming law in New Mexico

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