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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 & 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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Week’s Links

SDA Women (Ordination+) Danish Union suspends all ministerial ordination until 2015 (ANN) Awaiting a GC Vote, the Danish Union Halts All Ordinations (Alexander Carpenter, Spectrum) Another Union Conference Takes a Stand for Ordination Without Gender Discrimination (Adventist Today) The Creation … Continue reading

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AToday: Cindy Tutsch–The Great Divide

Cindy Tutsch has posted a very meaningful reflection on women in ministry–The Great Divide. Excerpt: Our elderly brother approached my [female pastor] friend after the committee adjourned. “I apologize to you for this great injury the Church has done you … Continue reading

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The One Project: Dilys Brooks–Community

Today I watched the video of Dilys Brooks speaking at The One Project: Seattle (also available via the website). She spoke about many important topics, and below are just a few of the lines that stood out to me. I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Spectrum: Videos on Ordination & Women in Ministry

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Review: Adventist Women + Equality = Unity

David Hamstra, an Adventist pastor in Canada, first posted the following reflection on his blog, apokalupto. – – – Spectrum is rolling out a new video series documenting stories of Adventist pastors who have been ordained—pastors who happen to be … Continue reading

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