Friday, November 22, 2019
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Mark Finley talks about the Church

How can God's people navigate through divisions, disagreements and difficult issues?

‘Search for Certainty’ PowerPoint series launched as new church resource

Designed by Graham and Dianne Weir, the presentations are designed to complement the popular Bible study lessons.

Thousands receive free Adventist healthcare

A two-day mega-clinic ended up providing free Seventh-day Adventist healthcare to 3111 people in Spokane, Washington, well above its goal of 3000.

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.

Over 1 million baptised in IAD

More than 1 million people have been baptised across the Caribbean and Central America as part of a five-year initiative that has invigorated local church members to fulfill Jesus’ commission to make disciples of all nations, church leaders said.

Tears and hugs at mass baptism in Nicaragua

Thousands of people, many hugging each other and weeping with joy, thronged around a vast lake for a mass baptism last weekend that concluded the Adventist Church’s first major evangelistic series in Nicaragua.

3052 baptised and 200 pastors ordained

Thousands of people packed a stadium in the Dominican Republic’s capital on Sabbath to celebrate 3052 baptisms and the historic ordination of more than 200 pastors at the close of the Seventh-day Adventist world church's Ten Days of Prayer initiative.

Presidents build church in Dominican Republic

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s 29 top leaders traded their laptops and cell phones for paintbrushes and shovels on Wednesday as they constructed a church building—some for the first time—on the Caribbean island of the Dominican Republic.

Adventist youth visit 100,000 homes

Scores of Adventist young people visited tens of thousands of homes across Phoenix, Arizona, on Friday as they accepted a challenge from their leader, GYC president Natasha Nebblett, to “rattle the world”.
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