This week on ANN...Adventists respond to 4 earthquakes that struck 3 nations over the span of a week....members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Rwanda commemorate the 22nd anniversary of the Tutsi mass genocide...and...an Adventist law student from the South Pacific is recognized by Queen Elizabeth the second. These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN...a familiar face among Hope Channel viewers is elected to serve as the network's president...Seventh-day Adventist Church executive leaders elect a new president for the Church's Middle East and North Africa territory...and...an Adventist health ministry is given responsibility for the medical care at a new refugee camp in Greece.These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN...Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders in Côte d'Ivoire host a peace summit in the aftermath of a recent terrorist attack...an Adventist hospital in Haiti celebrates its 35th anniversary, and opens a state-of-the-art facility...and...Church leaders from the denomination's Euro Asia region participate in an international summit to address the spread of HIV and AIDS.These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN...Seventh-day Adventist leaders offer condolences to families affected by the Easter Sunday attack in Pakistan...leaders of the Adventist Church in Cuba remain optimistic for the nation's favorable treatment of the Church, in light of the visit of U.S. President Barack Obama...and...learn practical ways to beat diabetes in honor of World Health Day.These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN, Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders express condolences to families who were affected by two terrorist attacks in Brussels. Executive leaders of the denomination elect a president for the Church's Southern Asia-Pacific region, and thousands of Adventist youth of all ages skip church to "Be the sermon," during an annual initiative.
This week on ANN, church members respond to devastating flooding in São Paulo, Brazil. Cyclists raise money to support an Adventist humanitarian effort for Syrian refugee children, and a church in the U.S. state of Ohio opens its doors to three mothers who advocate for better police relations toward African Americans in the nation.
This week on ANN...more than 200-thousand Adventist youth mobilize to help reduce the spread of the Zika Virus in Brazil ... a new president is elected for a flagship Seventh-day Adventist educational institution in the United States...and...Southern Adventist University responds to racially charged anonymous comments posted on a social media app during a worship service on campus. These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN, we're taking a look back over the years to see how Adventist communication and technology experts discussed ways to use their skills for the church. See a recap of last week's Global Adventist Internet Network conference, and the church's Chief Information Officer explains why it's important for Adventist tech professionals do collaborate.
This week on ANN...Adventist humanitarians assist residents in Fiji in the awake of the worst storm ever recorded in the nation's history...a professor from Andrews University contributes to a scientific discovery that proves Einstein's theory of relativity...and...doctors from Loma Linda University Children's Hospital perform an unprecedented surgery on a 2-year-old dog-bite victim. These stories and more coming up.
This week on ANN...the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Barvaria responds to a fatal train crash...the denomination's liaison to the United Nations expresses condolences for the death of former UN secretary-general, Boutros Boutros-Ghali...and...Adventist humanitarians serve more than 700 people through a free dental clinic. These stories and more coming up.