This week on ANN, the church in Jamaica celebrates religious freedom … a church in New York holds a forum to discuss racial tensions in the United States … and a panel discusses whether the Adventist Church can remain distinctive—even as it grows. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, top leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church build a church in the Dominican Republic … also in the Dominican Republic, a street is named after the denomination’s co-founder … and the Church’s Inter-American region launches its “Year of the Pastor” with a territory-wide ordination service. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, the Seventh-day Adventist Church offers condolences to Paris in light of recent terrorist attacks … thousands of youth receive spiritual renewal during Australia’s largest pathfinder camporee … and thousands of students in Kenya are encouraged to be used by God to make a difference. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, the Seventh-day Adventist Church appoints an Ebola Response Coordinator… passionate youth share the gospel to thousands of homes in the U.S. state of Arizona… and the denomination submits a “friend of the court” brief for a freedom of religious speech case that will be argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, understand the history behind General Conference Session… learn important facts about the Church’s large-scale meeting that’s held every five years… and see how a city is selected to host Session meetings. All this and more coming, coming up.
This week, learn the about future plans for ANN Video. ANN Anchors share their favorite moments while filming the news… and see the top news stories from 2014. All this and more, coming up.
ANCHOR A This week on ANN, Loma Linda University Health breaks ground on a campus expansion and announces a landmark donation… The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ghana joins a campaign on Ebola prevention and sanitation awareness… and Adventists in Georgia celebrate 110 years of Adventism in the nation. These stories and more, coming up.
This week on ANN, humanitarians mobilize their resources in response to Typhoon Hagupit in the Philippines… students from two Adventist Universities in the United States take a stand for racial equality… and a volcano eruption on the island nation of Cape Verde destroys an Adventist church and its surrounding community.
This week on ANN, a co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church is named one of the most significant Americans of all time. The President of Uganda commends Adventists in the nation for their honesty and service ... and in response to a local massacre in Kenya, Church President Ted Wilson offers condolences to the victims’ families.
This week on ANN, a proposed law draft in Egypt classifies the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a non-Christian denomination. The Second Lady of the United States acknowledges the work of ADRA in Ukraine, and ten Adventist members in Kenya die during a massacre in the region.