Thursday, October 22, 2020
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The twin towers

9/11 and 11/9. Jarrod Stackelroth shares some thoughts on perhaps the two most defining days in recent American history.

Candidates challenged on foreign aid cuts

On the eve of Australia’s Federal Election, candidates for the Sydney seat of Bradfield have been challenged to take a stand against cuts to the nation's foreign aid program.

Church leaders talk re-elections, ordination

Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders spent the second day of Annual Council addressing two major issues relating to next year’s General Conference Session.

Ordination headlines Annual Council agenda

Seventh-day Adventist world church leaders are set to discuss the theology of ordination and the ownership constituency of a university among other agenda items later this month at the 2014 Annual Council.

Grassroots

Constitutions, delegates, executive committees, constituencies. Boring? No way. Well not really!

To vote or not to vote?

As an Adventist, what should I do? Hold my nose and vote for the party closest to my views on everything from abortion to asylum seekers, the economy to education? Or, because there is no perfect party, should I just not vote at all?

Adventist congressman defeated

One of the results on this week's election was the defeat of Congressman Roscoe Bartlett, one of only two Adventists in the 441 member United States Congress.

PNG Adventist school attacked

Four students and a staff member have been injured in an attack on an Adventist school in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
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