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North American Division President Authors HuffPo Op-Ed on Welcoming Refugees

Daniel R. Jackson, president of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, has authored an opinion piece for the Huffington Post arguing that the United States must open the door to refugees from war-torn countries like Syria. In the piece, "Adventists Respond to the Call to Care for Refugees," Elder Jackson makes the case that Scripture demands justice for strangers and foreigners seeking refuge. 

Remembering Nicholas Culver in Images

Freshman general studies major Nicholas Culver was found unresponsive in Sierra Towers, the men's dormitory on the campus of La Sierra University, on Tuesday, December 8. Paramedics were called, but were unable to revive him. On Tuesday evening, La Sierra University stopped amid finals week to remember Culver in a time of prayer and story sharing.

See La Sierra University Student Nicholas Culver Found Dead on Campus.

UPDATED: La Sierra University Mourns the Loss of Nicholas Culver

RIVERSIDE - Tuesday night of finals week at La Sierra University, there was standing room only inside of Hole Memorial Auditorium in the center of the university campus. Students, faculty and staff gathered to pray, to remember, and to mourn the loss of La Sierra student Nicholas Culver of Rancho Cucamonga, California.

"I Start Each Day with Bible Reading," Ben Carson Says

Seventh-day Adventist retired neurosurgeon and presidential hopeful Ben Carson told Christianity Today that even on the campaign trail, he begins every day with prayer and Bible reading.

Intimate Azure Hills Vigil Creates Space for Mourning, Processing Emotions

GRAND TERRACE - The Azure Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church held an intimate prayer vigil Friday night intended to commemorate those killed in the San Bernardino shooting, and to allow community members to begin a healing process. For organizers of the vigil, that process begins with fully experiencing the complex emotions that accompany a tragedy like this week's Southern California massacre. The service followed a liturgical movement through shock, sadness, anger and hope.

First-Person Accounts from California Communities Torn by Violence

In the two days since Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik shot and killed fourteen people and injured 21 others at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, Seventh-day Adventist communities in neighboring Loma Linda and Redlands have been talking about little else.

I spoke with several people who live and work in and around Loma Linda, which borders San Bernardino, to hear their first-hand accounts of the day of violence that made headlines around the world.

"We Must Again Mourn" - Adventist Community Responds to San Bernardino Tragedy

A day after two shooters identified by law enforcement as Syed Rizwan Farook, 28 and Tashfeen Malik, 27 went on a shooting rampage at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, the Seventh-day Adventist community has responded to the violence at its doorstep.

Live in Loma Linda - On the Ground Reports from Inland Regional Shooting

LOMA LINDA - Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) found itself at the center of a mass shooting story that garnered national news attention Wednesday. We reported live from the Medical Center as the story unfolded.

BREAKING: Spectrum Covering #SanBernardino Shooting Live at LLUMC in Loma Linda

LOMA LINDA - Follow @spectrummag on Twitter for live updates on San Bernardino shooting. Multiple news outlets have reported an active shooter in the vicinity of Loma Linda University. Loma Linda University received an undisclosed number of victims of the shooting incident. Reports have come in of over twenty victims of the shooting, and Loma Linda University Medical Center said through a spokeswoman that they are expecting an influx of shooting victims as those injured in the incident are taken from the scene.

Candy Swartz Becomes First Adventist Woman Pastor to Receive Commissioning in Africa

On Saturday, November 28, Xolisa “Candy” Swartz became the first Seventh-day Adventist woman pastor in Africa to receive a commissioned minister credential. The historic service took place on the campus of Bethel College, Eastern Cape, Cape Conference, during the Cape Conference Constituency 3rd Business Session.

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