This week on ANN, more than 6,000 people are given free health care through an Adventist outreach initiative… Church leaders pray over three physical additions to the headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church ... and humanitarians in Nigeria continue their efforts to assist victims of local militant extremists. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, humanitarians rally to assists thousands affected by a landslide in Peru, and flooding in Chile… the Seventh-day Adventist Church prepares to give 10 million dollars of free health care services in the U.S. state of Texas.... and Canadian University College takes on a new name. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, two members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church are detained in Bangladesh … the Seventh-day Adventist Church offers condolences after plane crash in France… and thousands of youth throughout the world share God’s love through acts of Compassion. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, Adventist humanitarians take action in Vanuatu as the island nation recovers from a tropical cyclone… a fire kills three students in a Kenyan Adventist Academy... and Seventh-day Adventist Church President Ted Wilson participates in massive evangelism campaigns throughout Inter America. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, representatives from Oakwood University participated in the 50th anniversary celebration of the historic March in Selma Alabama… the Seventh-day Adventist Church expresses concerns over religious rights that may be affected by a U.S. Supreme Court Case on same-sex marriage… and newly released data reveals that the denomination is growing at its fastest rate in history. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, Adventists and Muslims in Ghana come to a resolution after a land dispute led to the burning of an Adventist Church.… the Seventh-day Adventist Church prepares to open a Medical School in the Philippines… and the Church in the Northern-Asia Pacific region hosts its first conference for youth ministry leaders. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, Adventists host a booth at the largest book fair in Egypt… the President of Kenya pledges funds towards a new building for an Adventist university… and in the United States, President Obama’s administration names a professor from Oakwood University a “Champion of Change.” These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, the denomination’s tech professionals share practical tips for evangelism during the Church’s annual communication and technology conference … Seventh-day Adventist Church President Ted Wilson pledges funds to help completely restore a damaged high school in northeast India.… and Elder Ted Wilson also encourages members in the Church’s East-Central Africa territory.
This is ANN, a service of the Seventh-day Adventist world church. Thanks so much for joining us this week for our special GAiN edition. The Communication Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church this week began its annual technology conference known as GAiN. The Global Adventist Internet Network is an international meeting of communicators, I-T professionals and media creators that facilitates the collaboration of ministry and technology. Past locations for the conference have included Dubai, Montego Bay Jamaica, and Hong Kong. This year’s conference is taking place online. GAiN 2015 started February 11 and will end on February 15.
This week on ANN, an Adventist University in India celebrates its 100th Anniversary… Adventist humanitarians launch a project to combat food insecurity in Madagascar … and productions for Hope Channel's Project Hope in Papua New Guinea set a new record. These stories and more, coming up.