Pam Dietrich

News Headlines: Tulsa Adventist Church Heavily Damaged by Tornado (And More!)

Tulsa Adventist Church Heavily Damaged by Tornado. The Bethel Seventh-day Adventist Church in north Tulsa, Oklahoma, had its roof torn off by a tornado during their Wednesday night prayer meeting.

Headlines: Chicago Residents Flooded with 600K+ Copies of Great Controversy (And More!)

Chicago Residents Flooded with 600,000+ Copies of The Great Controversy. More than 600,000 copies of The Great Controversy have been mailed out–unsolicited–across Chicago.

News Headlines: Loma Linda University NICU Featured in Honda TV Ad

LLU Children’s Hospital Featured in SoCal Honda TV Ad. Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital’s (LLUCH) neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is featured in a recent Southern California Honda Dealer’s “Random Acts of Helpfulness” advertising campaign. The television and radio commercials are the first to feature a hospital in the campaign. In the SoCal Honda commercial, men and women in blue delivered three van loads of equipment to the NICU.

News Headlines: Loma Linda University Graduate Appointed Florida's Interim Surgeon General (and More!)

Loma Linda University Graduate Appointed Florida's Interim Surgeon General. Florida Governor Rick Scott has appointed Loma Linda University graduate Dr. Celeste Philip as the state's interim Surgeon General. Philip replaces Dr. John Armstrong, who was the Surgeon General since 2012. The Florida State Senate did not appoint Dr.

News Headlines: Washington Adventist Hospital Breaks Ground on White Oak Facility (and more!)

Washington Adventist Hospital Breaks Ground on White Oak Facility. Community leaders joined Adventist Health Care administrators and leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a ceremonial groundbreaking Monday for a new $331 Washington Adventist Hospital location.

News Headlines: Nevada Caucus on Sabbath a Hindrance for Some Adventists, Jews

Nevada Caucus on Sabbath a Hindrance for Some Adventists, Jews. Seventh-day Adventists and religious Jews missed out on the opportunity to participate in Nevada's Democratic primary ele

News Headlines: South Caribbean Conference President Decries Carnival, Affirms Hetero Marriage

South Caribbean Conference President Decries Carnival, Affirms Heterosexual Marriage. Pastor Leslie Moses, president of the South Caribbean Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists, led hundreds of members from over 150 churches in a march to a Morality and Temperance Rally at a large stadium.

News Headlines: Record Keeper Named Among Best Sci-Fi Web Series (And More!)

The Record Keeper Places Sixth in Web-based Competition.The Record Keeper, a web-based film series funded by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists but never officially released, has been named the sixth of nine favorite indie-made, science fiction web series by the website Inverse

News Headlines: Adventist Church in Jamaica Distances Itself From Pastor's Political Endorsement (And More!)

Adventist Church in Jamaica Distances Itself from Pastor’s Political Endorsement. The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica has distanced itself from the remarks of Pastor Michael Harvey, vice-president for spiritual affairs at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) and senior pastor of the NCU church. Harvey spoke out in favor of the People’s National Party (PNP) at a mass rally in St. Andrew.

News Headlines: Arkansas-Louisiana Conference Sues City Over Religious Freedom (and more!)

Arkansas-Louisiana Conference Sues City Over Religious Freedom. The Arkansas-Louisiana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and two church members filed a federal lawsuit against White Hall, Arkansas, because the city requires a group to apply and receive a permit to go door-to-door evangelizing and seeking donations.

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