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Solomon Maphosa elected new SID president

Solomon Maphosa, a Zimbabwean national and longtime administrator in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, has been elected president of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division.

SID president resigns over doctorate questions

Pastor Paul Ratsara, president of the Southern Africa Indian Ocean Division has resigned from his position after claims that he improperly obtained his Doctor of Theology degree.

Paul Ratsara resigns as SID president

Paul Ratsara has resigned as president of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists in what he described as an effort “to refocus the church that I love, back to its God-given mission”.

Record numbers at leadership training

The North New South Wales Conference is treating church members as leaders, and it's making a big difference.

Six newcomers among 13 division presidents

General Conference session delegates elected six new presidents to the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s 13 world divisions and kept seven incumbents on Monday.

Thousands baptised at outreach in Zimbabwe

Thousands of people were baptised across Zimbabwe on Sabbath following one of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s biggest initiatives to share Jesus.

Evangelistic meetings take Zimbabwe by storm

Zimbabwe is abuzz about Jesus as the Seventh-day Adventist Church enters its final week of evangelistic meetings.

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”.

Thousands hear Wilson’s plea for evangelism

Thousands of Seventh-day Adventists heard a clarion call for holiness and dedication to the movement’s core message on Sabbath morning, January 4, as the annual “Generation. Youth. Christ.” event reached its zenith in Orlando, Florida.

Faith the focus of Annual Council opening

One hundred and twenty-five years after the Seventh-day Adventist Church began its focus on righteousness by faith, global leaders of the 17-million member movement gathered to hear calls for consistent, expressive faith in the merits of Jesus.
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