Thursday, October 17, 2019
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IRLA launches chapter in Jamaica

The Seventh-day Adventist Church has opened a Jamaican chapter of its International Religious Liberty Association, which defends the rights of all faiths, at a festival attended by senior government officials and thousands of other people in Kingston.

The race nobody wins

The bright lights of the big city? No thanks. Give me the stars, the silence, and the sounds of the bush.

Policy not politics

“Many deplore the wrongs which they know exist, but consider themselves free from all responsibility in the matter. This cannot be. Every individual exerts an influence in society.”—Ellen White

WATCH: Adventist leaders urge for peace

A statement released by top Adventist Church leaders in Russia, Ukraine and other Eastern European countries invites church members and “all people of good will” to participate in the “ministry of reconciliation” as political turmoil in Ukraine deepens.

GC president on South Pacific tour

Pastor Ted Wilson, president of the Adventist world church, and his wife Nancy Wilson, are visiting Papua New Guinea (PNG), Solomon Islands and Fiji this month, where 75 per cent of the South Pacific Division’s (SPD) membership resides.

With power comes . . .

What if a Seventh-day Adventist became a prime minister or a president? What if an Adventist-dominated political party won an election? It’s more than a hypothetical question.

My story—Florence Stocken

My husband died when he was only 40. I have two sons and a daughter. It has been a real struggle at times, but God has always come through.

Spiritual Game of Thrones

In the Spiritual Game of Thrones there is only one answer: Jesus, All!

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?

Language as a weapon

Today, both major parties in Australia, and much of the media, are misapplying language that defines domestic social constructs in the most devastating manner to the most desperate people on earth.
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