Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Norwegian Union ends ordination practice

The Executive Committee of the Norwegian Union voted on Sunday to discontinue the practice of ordaining pastors.

Rome will name square after Martin Luther

Rome will name a central square after Protestant reformer Martin Luther in response to a request by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and with the support of the Roman Catholic Church.

On reflection

Dr Barry Oliver, newly retired from his role as president of the South Pacific Division, shares his hopes and dreams for our Church family going forward.

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.

Church welcomes back breakaway groups

More than 200 people from the Tafea District of Vanuatu were welcomed back to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in an emotional reconciliation ceremony held at Bethel Adventist church on Tanna island.

Never forget

We tend to regard death as an end. And, for the most part, it is. A final breath, and a life is finished. A person’s story and legacy, however, do not end in death.

Women’s ordination vote set for next July

The Seventh-day Adventist Church as early as next July may decide to take a historic vote on whether to allow women to be ordained ministers.

Wilson says Satan trying to destroy Church

Seventh-day Adventist world Church president, Dr Ted Wilson, said Satan was using every means at his disposal to try to destroy the Adventist Church and neutralise its mission of proclaiming Jesus’ soon coming.

Wilson urges personal ordination study

Seventh-day Adventist Church president, Dr Ted Wilson, appealed to church members worldwide to earnestly read what the Bible says about women’s ordination and to pray that he and other church leaders humbly follow the Holy Spirit’s guidance on the matter.

United

They invented the game. Their league is the most watched in the world. It may be that the game itself is more important to them than religion. But there is one thing the English can’t do to save themselves: win a FIFA World Cup.
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