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Church considers 29th Fundamental Belief

Church leaders are expected to propose a 29th Fundamental Belief on education during a three-day conference that opened on Wednesday evening at the world Church’s headquarters.

Adventist Church responds to mass shooting

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America has made a statement on the Orlando mass shooting tragedy, in which 50 people were killed and another 53 injured.

Adventist woman shot in California speaks out

A Seventh-day Adventist believer who miraculously escaped a mass shooting in southern California with nonlife-threatening head, arm, and leg injuries says she hopes the tragedy will somehow alert people that Jesus is coming soon.

Church leaders observe moment of silence

European leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church stood in a minute of silence and solidarity with the people of France following the November 13 nighttime attacks that killed at least 129 people in Paris.

Adventist mother among US shooting victims

A Seventh-day Adventist mother was among those killed in a shooting rampage that targeted Christians at a community college in the US state of Oregon, her pastor said on Friday.

Divisions not given ordination freedom

Delegates turned down a motion that would have allowed each division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to decide for itself whether to ordain women to the gospel ministry in its territory.

Former Adventist Media CEO passes away

Warren Judd, former CEO of the Adventist Media Center in California, passed away at his home this morning.

Lawsuit against La Sierra University dismissed

A lawsuit brought against La Sierra University, the Pacific Union Conference, and the North American Division (NAD) of Seventh-day Adventists by three university employees has been dismissed.

Annual Council votes Church polity statement

The executive committee of the General Conference have voted on a statement regarding the decision of three Church unions to authorise ordination to the gospel ministry without regard to gender.
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