This week on ANN: Canada’s new ambassador of religious freedom headlines a prominent event in Washington, D.C., rescue efforts continue in the wake of a powerful earthquake in China, and former Adventist Church President Jan Paulsen reflects on dozens of televised conversations with young people.
This week on ANN: Adventist media professionals celebrate films as tools for outreach, promoting healthy living in Brazil, and Adventist television expands in Costa Rica.
This week on ANN: advocating for peace in the Central African Republic, a record-breaking show of support for religious liberty in Mexico, and Adventist young people spread a message of compassion.
This week on ANN: Adventists in Hungary celebrate one hundred years of ministry, a youth conference raises awareness of diversity, and what stewardship means outside of the offering plate.
This week on ANN: An Adventist pastor remains in prison, one year after his arbitrary detainment, a community center is a testament to a growing Adventist university in Lebanon, and millions of young people worldwide join in a sermon, but not the kind you might hear in church.
This week on ANN: Religious liberty advocates respond to anti-Christian violence in Pakistan, a behind-the-scenes look at “The Record Keeper” mini series, and supporting disadvantaged children in Jamaica
This week on ANN: Medical outreach from a team of Australian eye doctors, young people share their faith in the Philippines, and reaching Angola with a message of hope
This week on ANN, rallying support for an American pastor imprisoned in Iran - The Czech Republic compensates Adventists for past property damage - And members worldwide prepare for a day of prayer in May
This week on ANN, an annual conference highlights the significance of Jesus - Technology connects church elders in Inter-America - And remembering the legacy of Morris Venden