Adventist Review News:

Church Leaders Respond to Italian Local Pastor Signing Ecumenical Charter

Inter-European Division leaders affirm the longstanding Adventist position on the issue.

‘The Talking Backpack’ Returns to Help Children and Teens to Be Witnesses

Inter-American Division church region initiative is making a big difference, leaders say.

In the U.S., Northern California Conference Dedicates New Headquarters

Hundreds attend grand opening and dedication ceremony of new offices in Roseville.



Adventist News Network:

Press release from Inter-European Division

On Saturday, 25 January the pastor of a local church congregation in Italy signed a joint declaration with other faith groups which, while focused on respectful dialogue among and between different religious denominations, contained some statements which run counter to Seventh-day Adventist principles regarding inter-church relations. The administration of the Inter-European Division (EUD) disapproves the signing of the ecumenical charter, and reaffirms its position concerning the involvement...

Adventist visit with Angolan leader takes national spotlight

Seventh-day Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson sought to meet Angola’s president to thank him for intervening in a horrific case in which six Adventists were falsely accused of kidnapping and extortion. But he and other church leaders say the Holy Spirit blessed the presidential meeting exceedingly abundantly above all that they could ask or think by using it to put a national spotlight on the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the power of prayer, and the importance of claiming God’s Word in...

ADRA preps for hygiene and sanitation efforts in ASIA amidst Coronavirus outbreak.

Since early January, the COVID-19, the official name given for the coronavirus, has been declared a public health emergency of international concern as the virus has now made a wider impact and reach than the SARS outbreak in 2003.  Within two and a half months, there have reportedly been more than 71,000 confirmed cases, with 99 percent of the cases in mainland China, and more than 1,700 deaths worldwide.  The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is working to prepare Asia's citizens for...

On Adventist appeal, Angola reviews Sabbath exams

Angola’s president and parliamentary speaker agreed to consider excusing Seventh-day Adventist students from Sabbath exams in state universities and other public schools at the request of church president Ted N.C. Wilson. A crowd of 35,000 Adventists shouted and clapped with joy when Wilson announced the government’s pledge during a Sabbath sermon in a sports stadium in Angola’s capital, Luanda. Sabbath observance is a major challenge for many Adventist students in the African country. Wilson...




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