Adventists Urged to Examine Diet After WHO Calls Meat a Cancer Hazard

By Andrew McChesney, news editor, Adventist Review The World Health Organization has declared red meat and processed meat to be a cancer hazard, confirming statements by Seventh-day Adventist Church cofounder Ellen G. White more than a 120 years ago and recent research by Loma Linda University. The Adventist Church’s top ...
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An Adventist is named president-elect of Fiji

Suva, Fiji | Kent Kingston/Record For the first time, a Seventh-day Adventist has been nominated president of the south pacific nation of Fiji. Major General Jioji Konusi Konrote has most recently been serving as Minister for Employment, Labour Relations and Productivity but will need to leave this position in order ...
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Adventists Under Fire for Sabbath as Religious Freedom Shrinks Worldwide

By Bettina Krause Seventh-day Adventists face challenges observing the Sabbath in nearly every corner of the Earth as religious freedoms grow increasingly restrictive and less stable worldwide, according to a new Adventist Church study. The 2015 Religious Freedom World Report uses the church’s vantage point as a religious minority in ...
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Pastor Gordon Lindsay wants opportunities for St Mary’s youth

PORT MARIA, St Mary: As pastor of the Dover Seventh-day Adventists District of Churches, 26-year-old Gordon Lindsay is responsible for managing seven churches (Dover, Epsom, Enfield, Camberwell, Osborne, Fort George, and Long Road) throughout southeast St Mary. Originally from Plowden, Manchester, in 2011, he relocated to St Mary to work ...
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Adventists promoting healthy lifestyle in St Mary and Portland

PORT MARIA, St Mary: Governor General Sir Patrick Allen has endorsed a pioneering initiative by the Seventh-day Adventist Church that utilises greenhouse farming to create employment and revenue and promote healthy lifestyle in St Mary and Portland. Speaking earlier this week at an agricultural health exhibition in Dover, St Mary, ...
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Adventist Youth extend helping hands to Elderly Woman in Blenheim Town

A 76 years old woman who lived in her kitchen for many years received well needed help from an Adventist Youth group called, Gospel Outreach Ministry and the Blenheim Town Seventh-day Adventist Church members. On Sunday September 27, 2015, members from the Blenheim Town Church, led by Pastor Delroy Bicknell, ...
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Hurricane Joaquin Badly Damages 6 Churches in The Bahamas

By John Garcia and IAD staff A powerful hurricane badly damaged or destroyed at least six Seventh-day Adventist churches in The Bahamas, local church leaders said as they struggled to assess the destruction and account for church members a week after the Caribbean disaster. Hurricane Joaquin flooded buildings and ripped off ...
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Our History

A Brief History of the Jamaica Union Conference and its Five Regions...

After 104 years of existence, the territory of West Indies Union Conference was reorganized during a Ceremony of Separation, which took place at Northern Caribbean University (NCU) on Monday, November 29, 2010...

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