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ANN: Denomination Appoints Ebola Response Coordinator

Ansel Oliver reports for the Adventist News Network: The Adventist Development and Relief Agency has appointed an Ebola Response Coordinator in a move that Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders say will help the global denomination and its numerous entities respond to … Continue reading

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Hoehn: The Smoke of a Thousand Villages

In his latest opinion piece at Adventist Today, Jack Hoehn connects organized religion with social action–The Smoke of a Thousand Villages. Two excerpts: God-lovers—no matter how sincere and how wonderful their solitary walks in the woods with Jesus or their … Continue reading

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ANN Video

The most recent ANN video speaks to a number of social issues. [error: for some reason it won’t embed] (source)

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Week’s Links

SDA VOICES Adventists Join Oklahoma Tornado Relief Effort (Mark Kellner, Adventist Review) Loma Linda’s Earth and Biological Sciences Department Turns 50 (Heather Reifsnyder & Nancy Yuen, Adventist Review) WARS AND RUMORS OF WARS: SYRIA (Planet in Distress) Religious freedom celebration … Continue reading

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AToday Viewpoints Interview Series — Laila Mickelwait (Part 2)

The latest conversation in the Adventist Today Viewpoints Interview Series is now online — Laila Mickelwait, Part 2 (11 June 2013). Here is an excerpt: Jeff: You and your husband are involved with New Reality International. Tell me about this … Continue reading

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Week’s Links

SDA Voices & Issues The Kingdom or Ang Ginharian (Ryan, Where the Road Lies) In Jamaica, visually impaired Adventist appointed senate president (Nigel Coke, ANN) First Blind Person to Serve as Senate President in Jamaica is an Adventist (Adventist Today) New documentary … Continue reading

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The Adventists 2

“The ADVENTISTS 2 is a new documentary film that tells the dramatic story of Seventh-day Adventists and their commitment to medical mission work” (Journey Films).

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Adventist Peacemakers

In chapter 5 of The Promise of Peace, Charles Scriven addresses peacemaking. In these few short pages, Scriven covers a lot of ground–biblical material, early church history, and how Adventists have interacted with both war and injustice. It’s an important … Continue reading

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Who Inspires Whom?

Today’s post is written by Dr. Suranjeen Prasad Pallipamula, an Adventist physician in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India. There are different ways of approaching a problem. Poor health of its citizens is definitely linked to overall development and the policy of the … Continue reading

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Cindy Tutsch on Immigration & Healthcare

In her Adventist Today blog, Cindy Tutsch comments on important social issues. For example: Unless you’re Native American, you or your not-so-distant ancestors immigrated to the United States. But now some of you want to close or drastically tighten our … Continue reading

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