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The forgotten sign

The world is becoming less peaceful. However, Pastor Travis Manners says there is something more to worry about than violence and terrorism.

Overwhelming kindness

An open letter from NZPUC president Pastor Eddie Tupa'i, following the response in New Zealand and around the world to the Christchurch shooting tragedy.

Prayers and thoughts for London attack victims

The British Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists condemns Wednesday's terrorist attack in London and mourns the tragic and senseless loss of life that resulted.

For the least: a Matthew 25 response to current world crises

30,000 children are dying unnecessarily every day. Yet do we even care?

Beat fear

Nice, Paris, Brussels, Baghdad, Sydney, Istanbul, Baton Rouge. Another day, another attack. We live in a world gripped by fear. But there is an antidote.

Adventists injured in French truck tragedy

Seventh-day Adventist leaders appealed to local church members to assist those affected by a truck attack that killed at least 84 people and injured many others, including seven Adventist believers, in the French city of Nice.

2015: Uncommonly hard to manage

Grexit, the escalation of ISIS, the Paris attacks, the EU refugee crisis, Donald Trump . . . yes, 2015 was quite a year. One can only wonder what's in store for 2016.

Dr Tasker develops SS quarterly

The Great Controversy is a cornerstone message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the theme of this quarter’s Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide.

What climate agreement means for Adventists?

Paris had barely left global headlines for its terrorist attack before taking centre stage again earlier this month. The global climate change summit—“COP21”—brought world leaders and policy-makers together.

Adventist shooting victim in pain but recovering

Amanda Gaspard’s parents provide more details about the San Bernardino killing spree.
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