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Alcohol Abuse Increasing Worldwide, Warns Church Health Official

“Alcohol abuse worldwide is on the increase, with many more people becoming alcohol dependent and larger quantitites of alcohol being consumed,” reports Thomas Neslund, associate health director for t...

Adventist Professor Highlights Horrors of Child Prostitution in Thailand

An estimated 800,000 children below the age of 16 work as prostitutes in Thailand,

Adventist Women Join March Against Gun Violence

Seventh-day Adventist women from around the United States joined more than 700,000 women on Sunday, May 14

Adventist Pastor Freed from Sri Lankan Prison

Seventh-day Adventist pastor Anthony Alexander was released on Monday, May 15

Church in Cuba Celebrates Continued Growth

Thousands of Seventh-day Adventists from all parts of Cuba witnessed a baptism of 300 new members on May 13

Environmental Concerns Need More Church Support, says Antiguan Ambassador

During a meeting at the world headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church on May 10, Hurst pointed to the massive impact that pollution played in threats such as global warming

Antigua's Governor General Calls for Church to Take a Stand on Social Issues

Sir James Carlisle, Governor General of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, has called on the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide to take

Eat Walnuts For a Healthy Heart, New Study Confirms

Using walnuts regularly as part of a regular diet significantly improves the health of the heart and blood (cardio-vascular) system

Technology Will Revolutionize Coverage of Adventist Church's World Session

State-of-the-art satellite, Internet and broadcast technology will make the upcoming Seventh-day Adventist World Session a truly interactive event State-of-the-art satellite, Internet and broadcast technology will make the upcoming Seventh-day Adventist W

Why Teenagers Leave Church: Research Published

More than 1,500 teenagers were randomly selected from Seventh-day Adventist churches throughout the United States and Canada and surveyed every year for ten years.

Smoking: The World's Greatest Potential Health Scourge

Smoking is expected to become the world’s greatest health scourge, according to recent figures released by the World Health Organization (WHO). Currently 1.2 billion people smoke, with 4 million dying...

Toronto Media Anticipate Adventist World Convention

The Toronto media are actively anticipating the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s World Session to be held in the city June 29 to July 8. After making media visits this past week, “the media personnel ar...

Relief Work Continues in Mongolia

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) continues its relief efforts in Mongolia, providing food and other necessities to thousands affected by the severe snowfall in large areas of Mongoli...

Adventists Explore Ethical Challenges of Human Gene Therapy

Human gene therapy has the potential to both heal and harm and should be developed according to Biblical principles of the sanctity of human life, says a statement issued recently by a top Seventh-day...

Greater Jewish-Christian Understanding Forged at Religious Freedom Conference

Academic and religious leaders from Christian and Jewish communities explored the impact of the holocaust on religious freedom, theology and Jewish-Christian relations at a symposium hosted by Andrews...

Judge Rules in Favor of Adventist Trademark

Judge James Lawrence King issued a ruling on April 27 that stops the Eternal Gospel church from identifying itself as a Seventh-day Adventist church

Adventists Speak Out on Vermont "Civil Union" Recognition

Seventh-day Adventist members and leaders in Vermont expressed grave disappointment at the governor's signing of the bill

Smoking Linked to Decline in Intelligence

The study examined more than 650 people aged 65 and over to determine their intellectual powers and record their smoking habits

Hospitals Unveil Sculptures Portraying Assurance and Restoration

Three Seventh-day Adventist hospitals in the greater Denver area unveiled identical sculptures entitled "Eden Restored" during the Easter weekend

Aid in Croatia—Just for Kids

Literal "kids" are a part of the development program to establish a breeding herd of goats that is underway in the areas of Lika, Slavonia and Baranja

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