Hallie Anderson | Comments

Florida Hospital and Orlando Health will not be billing Pulse Night Club shooting victims. On June 12, 2016, more than 50 people were injured and 49 were killed in a terrorist attack/hate crime at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

Since then, Orlando Regional Medical Center, less than a mile from the nightclub, has treated 44 of the victims. Florida Hospital, one of 46 Adventist Health System campuses, has treated 12.

Jared Wright | Comments

The Canton Seventh-day Adventist Church in North Georgia is raising money to help victims of devastating floods in Louisiana.

Hallie Anderson | Comments

Pacific Union College’s (PUC) Pitcairn Islands Study Center in Angwin, California, has joined King’s College London to study a collection of locks of hair believed to belong to legendary “Mutiny on the

Pam Dietrich | Comments

Western Nigerian Union President Urges Moving Voting Day from Sabbath.  Oyeleke Owolabi, President of the Western Nigeria Union Conference, expressed displeasure that his members are unable to vote because of elections always being held on Saturdays.

Hallie Anderson | Comments

Wildfires have again forced many residents to evacuate their homes in Northern California as the Clayton fire continues to blaze. The fire started on August 13 off highway 29 by Clayton Creek. Cal Fire reports that almost 4,000 acres have burned since, and the fire is 65% contained. Nearly 2,000 fire fighters have worked to put out the blaze.

Pam Dietrich | Comments

Adventist Health System Florida Will Use Palm-scanning Technology for Patients. Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, Florida Hospital DeLand, Shawnee Mission Health, and Chippewa Valley Hospital will be the first Adventist Health facilities to use a biometric identification, palm-scanning technology.

Bonnie Dwyer | Comments

Gracelink, the children’s Sabbath School curriculum developed by the Seventh-day Adventist Church for its children’s ministries worldwide, is being replaced.

Hallie Anderson | Comments

In a video message, Lake Union Conference President Don Livesay has invited members of the conference to join him for “A Journey to Healing and Understanding.” The event, slated for October 1 at the Village Seventh-day Adventist Church in Berrien Springs, Michigan, is an opportunity for union members to share personal experiences with racial tension in the church and a chance for attendees to listen closely.

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