Daniel Weber, Jeri Lyn Rogge | Comments

April 28, 2016 – Lincoln, NE — The North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (NAD), in a specially-called NAD Executive Committee meeting, has voted to receive governance of Christian Record Services for the Blind, based in Lincoln, Nebraska, a former Seventh-day Adventist World Church institution. The transfer of governance affirms a larger restructuring plan that was implemented in January of this year by action of the Christian Record Board of Directors.

Pam Dietrich | Comments

Decision Not to Give Infant a Heart Generates Controversy.  Washington Post opinion piece about an infant taken off the heart-transplant list at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital prompted a letter to the editor from Loma Linda’s executive director for public affairs. In the opinion article, Chairman of the Special Olympics Timothy P.

Jared Wright | Comments

An article published in a South African newspaper concerning the qualifications of two top Seventh-day Adventist leaders has created waves from the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division all the way to the General Conference in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Jared Wright | Comments

SILVER SPRING - The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has announced the first change to the denomination’s corporate identity in over two decades. General Conference Communications Director Williams Costa, Jr.

Bonnie Dwyer | Comments

Dark clouds squeezed out big fat raindrops for the opening of Spring Meeting at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists headquarters.  Division officers from around the world and newly appointed Executive Committee members were gathered to assess the numbers crunched from tithe and year-end giving, dividends on investments, a

Jared Wright | Comments

Loma Linda University Clinical Psychology student Alex Larson is looking for participants who can help provide data about Adventist views on religious disaffiliation. Larson describes the research project this way:

Jared Wright | Comments

In a sense, Patricia Marruffo’s Sabbath-afternoon ordination service on March 26 was business as usual for Southeastern California Conference where she serves as Pastor for Children and Families at the Azure Hills Church. Southeastern, after all, has been ordaining qualified women to pastoral ministry since March 2012, and long before that issued the same ordained-commissioned credentials to both men and women.



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