Loma Linda University School of Religion Faculty Vote Unanimous Support for Seminary Response to "Unity" Document

In response to the General Conference document, “A Study of Church Governance and Unity,” the Loma Linda University School of Religion faculty today voted their unanimous support to the statement released by the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary on September 30, 2016.

That statement reads as follows:

Adventist Church in Norway Formally Responds to General Conference "Unity" Document

A Statement by the Norwegian Union Conference Leaders, released on the union's website today: The document "A Study of Church Governance and Unity" published recently by the General Conference Secretariat seeks, it claims, to develop unity in the Seventh-day Adventist

Andrews Seminary to General Conference: Further Discussion of "Unity" Document Needed

Members of the faculty of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University have called on the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists to engage the Adventist Church in wider dialogue concerning the recently released "unity" document.

UPDATE: General Conference Considers Taking Over “Rebellious” Unions

A rewrite of the proposal to discipline the unions that have voted to ordain women was requested in the committee known as GCDO—General Conference and Division Officers—after about an hour of discussion

Headlines: British Peace Garden Dedicated by Conscientious Objector's Son and Adventists Leaders (and More!)

British Peace Garden Dedicated by Conscientious Objector's Son and Adventists Leaders. Garth Till, the son of Willie Till, one of 14 Adventists who were imprisoned and

Annual Council Considers Authority Document That Demonizes Many Church Entities

The Secretary’s Office of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (GC) has released a sweeping document on church governance and authority in advance of the 2017 Annual Cou

North Pacific Union Conference Elects John Freedman its Next President

John Freedman has been elected president of the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) by delegates to the union’s regular constituency session held September 25 in Portland, Oregon. Freedman replaces Max Torkelsen II whose retirement became effective at the end of the session. Delegates also re-elected John Loor, Jr. and Mark Remboldt to their respective posts as executive vice president for administration and chief financial officer (CFO). Loor has been NPUC executive secretary since 2010.

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