This week on ANN: Brazil’s biggest Adventist gathering brings thirty-five thousand young people to Sao Paulo, another Adventist is the victim of sectarian violence in Central African Republic, and Adventist humanitarians fight chronic malnutrition in rural Zimbabwe.
This week on ANN: freedom for an Adventist pastor who spent almost two years in prison, a refuge for vulnerable community members in London, and a leading think tank on religious liberty explores freedom of belief in an increasingly diverse society.
This week on ANN: one of the fastest-growing Christian denominations in the world hits a new milestone, a new satellite contract brings Adventist television to the Middle East and Adventist President Ted Wilson urges young people to demonstrate genuine Christianity.
This week on ANN, how you can get involved in the “Year of Creation," a new art gallery at Adventist world church headquarters, and an invitation to share a “Whole Life” in the New Year.
This week on ANN: holiday greetings from our regular contributors, a behind-the-scenes look at ANN, and connecting a global community that shares what one of our anchors calls “the same language of faith.”
This week on ANN: support for a Muslim woman in a workplace religious freedom case, marking one year of evangelism in New York City, and an Adventist family is determined to find Teleka Patrick, who went missing earlier this month.
This week on ANN: remembering the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, the first Adventist college established outside of North America celebrates a milestone, and changing lives, one gift at a time.
This week on ANN: encouragement for Adventists imprisoned on false charges, fighting heart disease in Albania, and the Adventist Church in Cyprus celebrates one hundred years.
This week on ANN: Adventist Church headquarters contributes to ongoing relief efforts in the Philippines, church researchers discuss troubling trends in membership retention, and Adventist Church President Ted Wilson calls for greater involvement.