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Baptism: before and beyond

Seventh-day Adventists could do better to prepare and care for those who choose to join the church through baptism, a new study shows.

Maranatha co-founder killed in car crash

Dolores E Slikkers, a co-founder of Maranatha Volunteers International and philanthropist who helped shape Seventh-day Adventist Church policy, died in a car crash in her hometown of Holland, Michigan. She was 85.

Andrews theologians vote on headship

The faculty of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University has voted a statement on Biblical concepts of headship, the university said on Friday.

Training school celebrates 100th graduate

The Australian Union Conference (AUC) Training Centre has celebrated its fifth year and graduated its 100th student.

New president for WA Conference

Pastor Terry Johnson has been named president of the Western Australian (WA) Conference. Pastor Johnson takes on the position left by Pastor Glenn Townend, who accepted the role of president of the Trans-Pacific Union Mission in May.

Education for life

Carole Tasker has recently been named associate director for Adventist Education at the South Pacific Division (SPD).

Adventist health program ready for action

Calls by Adventist world leaders for the Church to boost its health emphasis have been welcomed by advocates of the recently refreshed Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP).

Church in PNG mourns loss of Adventist pastor

Dr Aaron Lopa—one of Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) foremost Christian leaders and ministerial trainers—passed away in the early hours of Sabbath morning at Port Moresby General Hospital on April 20. He was 67 years old.

Preaching to the preachers

Avondale College Church was the venue for last month’s Pastors’ Summit, attended by 675 church workers and their spouses.

Andrews Study Bible goes digital

The Andrews Study Bible, a product of Seventh-day Adventist scholars working with Andrews University, is now available in a popular digital format, readily accessible for computers and mobile electronic devices.
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