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Published:
April 21, 2019

Darrell Patterson’s religious discrimination case against Walgreens continues to gain interest and support. He was fired by Walgreens in 2011 because he refused to work at a call center on the Sabbath.

Published:
April 17, 2019

In this week’s news round-up, a South African Adventist wins Sabbath observance case, a new SDA faction in Kenya is created, Barshell University College in Liberia is accused of operating without accreditation, Kenyan Adventists protest famine aid that included alcohol, and an Adventist student in Bangladesh becomes the first allowed an alternate exam time by education board.

Published:
April 16, 2019

On Sunday, April 14, 2019, the Executive Committee of the North German Union of Seventh-day Adventists unanimously passed two motions which will be forwarded to General Conference leadership, with the request they be voted on at the 2019 Annual Council in October. 

Published:
April 16, 2019

If indeed milk and dairy products cause cancer, because they contain casein, it seems logical that people who ingest more of them should be at a higher risk of developing cancer. Below I have included conclusions from several meta-analyses along with research findings on members of the Seventh-day Adventists (SDA) to see whether this is the case.

Published:
April 14, 2019

Successful program brings sickle cell disease treatment to the Inland Empire.

Published:
April 13, 2019

The film festival celebrates young Christian filmmakers; and encourages professional and student filmmakers to dialogue, brainstorm, and network.

Published:
April 11, 2019

For the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Treasurer Juan Prestol-Puesan, the total gross amount of tithe in 2018, a record-breaking $2.5 billion, was thus, the church’s biggest story of the year. Tithe went up $89 million, or 3.6%, he told the Church’s Executive Committee at their Spring Meeting. The increase in the United States was particularly dramatic. It went from $1.022 billion to $1.077 billion. Mission offerings worldwide were also up to $88.3 million, although where the increase occurred was the reverse of the tithe story. The U.S. mission offerings were flat, but they went up in the rest of the world.

Published:
April 10, 2019

The North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has contracted with David Sedlacek and Nancy Carbonell, researchers from Andrews University and Rene’ Drumm, researcher from the University of Southern Mississippi to conduct a groundbreaking study of the Seventh-day Adventist parents of LGBT+ children who have come out to them. Your participation in this important study is being solicited and greatly appreciated.

Published:
April 9, 2019

In this week’s news round-up, students at Skyview Learning SDA Academy in Nebraska help flood victims, Pacific Union College student Sam Delaware is a finalist in Sony’s photography competition, DeVon Franklin discusses his latest movie and more, and Emanuel Seventh-day Adventist Church in Georgia starts a community garden.

Published:
April 8, 2019

In this article we will explore two areas: What were the Egyptian diseases? And what are His commands and prescriptions for us today?

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