Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Risk and reward

In Western Christianity, we no longer have to worry about being thrown to the lions or burned at the stake. However, there is a new danger we should all be worried about.

Why Rome?

Conspiracy theorists and fringe "fake news" press have questioned why the Seventh-day Adventist Church would hold its Fourth International Bible Conference in Rome. Well, why not?

Strings of hope

Before he became the violin virtuoso, Jaime Jorge was a small boy being threatened with death in Communist Cuba.

Adventist jailed for profession of faith

A Seventh-day Adventist believer has been jailed for two years in Kazakhstan for “inciting religious hatred” with a profession of faith, a court ruling that has raised concerns about religious freedom in the former Soviet republic.


The social media storm over the "War on Christmas" has begun, with "stupid Christians" being blamed for the swell of negativity.

My ministry—Sewing program

Cing made a living from sewing in Myanmar (formerly Burma). She taught her eight sisters to sew and most of them also made their living that way. They were renowned for their stitching skills and family sewing business.

Unlikely alliance calls for end to persecution

An extraordinarily diverse group of lawmakers from around the world called for greater global efforts to end religious persecution and repression at a Seventh-day Adventist co-sponsored conference in New York.

Be prepared

Christianity is under attack and we are not even awake to it.

My sister?

Nellie Hamura-Oa is the Adventist chaplain at the University of Papua New Guinea. But there is something a lot more interesting about her.

Justice in print and in person

The telling of a young asylum seeker’s journey from Afghanistan at the launch of a justice book has poignantly illustrated the rationale for its publication.
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