This week on Adventist News Network ... top church leaders launch a study of ordination - A new workplace religious freedom law protects Sabbath keepers - And an American pastor’s cross-country journey supports underprivileged families
This week on Adventist News Network ... the church's newest university invests in distance learning - Why Adventists in South Sudan are broadcasting from a shipping container - And a new Web series retells a classic Ellen White book for a modern audience
This week on Adventist News Network ... Prisoners in Brazil find hope behind bars - National recognition for Oakwood University’s science program - And a new film preserves a legacy of mission service
This week on Adventist News Network ... European pastors focus on outreach to secular society - An online database of Ellen White’s writings is hacked - And how a new generation of children is learning stewardship principles from a pet dog
This week on Adventist News Network ... the church’s official television network expands in Ukraine - A new community center supports grandmothers raising AIDS orphans in Lesotho - And Adventist conservation efforts in Myanmar are getting national attention
This week on Adventist News Network ... an Olympic runner draws on strength from God - A global movement against child abuse gains momentum - And a new smartphone app keeps Adventists connected as they read through the Bible together.
This week on Adventist News Network ... young people in Brazil reach Sao Paulo neighborhoods with a message of hope - Displaced Congolese Adventists find support at Rwandan refugee camps - And church leaders in South Africa say Christian education is rooted in Creation.
This week on Adventist News Network ... connecting with tourists and athletes during the Olympic Games - Church leaders in the Mid-Atlantic United States say they will honor requests for ordination, regardless of gender - And a growing Chinese population in the South Pacific finds community through faith.