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Dreams of Africa

Carole Platt knew she couldn’t change Kenya, but that one day educated children could.

Unexpected death of Victorian pastor

Adventists around the world have responded with shock and sadness at the sudden passing of Pastor Stenio Gungadoo, a recently retired pastor from the Victorian Conference who collapsed on Sabbath, August 20, in the Kenyan city of Kisumu.

10 Adventists killed in Kenyan massacre

At least 10 Seventh-day Adventists were among the 148 people slain when four Islamist militants stormed a Kenyan university last week in an attack against Christians, church leaders said on Wednesday.

Wilson holds first meeting with UN chief

United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon expressed concerns about growing religious intolerance worldwide during a private meeting with Adventist Church leader Dr Ted Wilson, and he invited the Church to work with the UN in helping people.

A picture of God

On August 7, 1998, the United States embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, was bombed. 213 people were killed and more than 4000 injured. Adventist Media Network CEO Neale Schofield and his wife Coralie were in Nairobi that very day.

Kenya’s president praises Adventist Church

Kenya’s president has praised the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a major force in improving the African country and donated $US22,000 toward a new health science building at the Adventist University of Africa.

Top 10 stories of 2014

We countdown the top 10 news stories (based on number of website views) from this past year.

Wilson speaks on Kenyan bus massacre

Seventh-day Adventist Church president Dr Ted Wilson has issued a statement of condolence for families of those killed in a militant attack in Kenya on November 22.

Adventists killed in Kenyan bus massacre

At least eight Adventists were among the 28 bus passengers massacred by a Muslim extremist group in northern Kenya this past Sabbath morning.

Adventist from Kenya wins NYC marathon

November 3, 2013, was a good day for 29-year-old Priscah Jeptoo. Jeptoo, an Adventist marathon runner from Kenya, not only participated in her first New York City Marathon, but finished first, with a time of 2:25:07.
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