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1,400 Volunteer for Mass Spring Cleaning in Hollywood

"Our group wanted to help beautify our city," said Bob Wong, youth director

Adventists Support U.N. Call for More Education for Girls

This call for more education, especially for girls who are discriminated against, is one we can identify with

Solar Kitchens for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

Solar kitchens are being built throughout North Korea as result of an agreement between the authorities of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the the Adventist Development and Relief Agency

Adventist Health Leader Slams New "Healthy" Cigarette

Claims that a new brand of cigarette has a lower risk of smoking-associated cancer have drawn criticism from Dr. DeWitt Williams

New Proton Treatment for Breast Cancer to be Developed at Adventist Health Facility

A new treatment for breast cancer is to be developed using proton therapy at Loma Linda University and Medical Center

Adventists Speak Out on Female Genital Mutilation

A Seventh-day Adventist health and ethics committee has issued a statement opposing the widespread practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) and is calling for renewed efforts to eliminate the practice

Free Open Heart Surgery Gives Cambodian Children New Life

Penang Adventist Hospital provided free heart surgery for three Cambodian children last we

New Formula for Financing Adventist Church Mission Voted

A new method of sharing expenses for the operation of the world Church was voted by the Seventh-day Adventist leaders from around the world

Adventist Church President Honored

Pastor Jan Paulsen, world president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is the latest recipient of Pacific Union College's Charles E. Weninger Award for Outstanding Achievement

Stoke Up Hellfire? UK Adventist Leader Says No

A report from evangelical churches in the United Kingdom calling for greater emphasis on the teaching of hell has brought a swift response

Leadership of Adventist Church in North America Clarifies Position on Ordination

The statement refers to the vote of the Southeastern California Conference to issue the same ministerial credentials to both men and women pastors

International Lawyers Convention to Discuss Religious Persecution

Many parts of the world have been suffering from the devastating effects of religious persecution, says Barry W. Bussey, convention organizer

Adventist Scientist Comments on Retraction of Evolutionary "Missing Link" Claim

In its November 1999 issue, National Geographic claimed that a fossil recovered from China portrayed an "Archaeoraptor," a kind of "feathered dinosaur" that supposedly linked dinosaurs to birds

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

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