Pam Dietrich

Three Angles Headlines: Vegetarianism May Mean Low Sperm Count

This week in Adventist headlines:

The Washingtonian named Seventh-day Adventist Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Houston, the meanest Democratic Congress member of 2014. Rankings are based on anonymous surveys given to congressional employees who rank their bosses. Read the full story here.

Three Angles Headlines: Carson Presidential Run Imminent; Adventist Hospitals in W. Africa Closed

Adventist neurosurgeon turned political figure Dr. Benjamin Carson now places second in an Iowa straw poll behind 2012 presidential hopeful Mitt Romney. Carson has taken the first steps to running for president of the United States. via The Washington Post.

 

Three Angles News - Adventist Pastor Abducted in Ukraine

1. Ukrainian SDA pastor Sergei Litovchenko was abducted by armed men during a communion service last Sabbath, forced to lock his Horlivka church, and driven away in a car.  His whereabouts are unknown.

Three Angles News - Doctor Writes from Liberia

1. Gillian Seton, the doctor and Loma Linda graduate who has been working at Cooper Adventist Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia, shares her recent struggles combating the Ebola virus.

Three Angles News - Loma Linda Graduates Win on Meaningful Work Metric

1. Graduates of Loma Linda University rank number one among universities in finding their careers meaningful, a

Three Angles News - Napa SDA School Reopened After Earthquake

1. Napa Christian Campus of Education, an Adventist  K-12 SDA school, was severely damaged by the August 24, 2014 6.0 earthquake in California.

Three Angles News - First Adventist Chapel in Europe Bought by Church

1. The first Adventist church in Europe, a small chapel in Tramelan, Switzerland, that was used until the congregation moved to a larger building in 1968, has been purchased by the Inter-European Divison.

Three Angles News - Adventist Hospital in Ebola-plagued Liberia Stays Open

1. Two Loma Linda University graduates are keeping Cooper Adventist Hospital in Liberia operational, while most other hospitals have closed because of the threat of Ebola in that region of West Africa.

Three Angles News Plus - Adventists Win Right Not to Work Sabbath in Portugal

1. Portugal's highest court has ruled that two Adventists have the right to not work Saturday shifts because of their religious beliefs.

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