Eight Pastors Ordained in Central Jamaica Conference

Written by: Kimarley Walker Eight Pastors were ordained to the gospel ministry during an ordination service held at the Portmore Church on Sabbath September 5, 2015. The newly ordained Pastors include: Donald Francis, Race Course District, Christopher Mighty, Kitson Town District, Donald Valentine, Royal Flat District, Adrian Case, Bog Walk ...
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NCU alumni association formally inaugurated

The Northern Caribbean University (NCU) Alumni Association Cayman Chapter was formally inaugurated on 12 September, with 50 members inducted at the ceremony. NCU, located in Mandeville, Jamaica, is a liberal arts university owned jointly by the Adventist churches in Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, and The Turks and Caicos ...
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Seniors glow at their Convention

Written by: Fabia Phillips-Lawrence | It was a golden day for several seniors who led out and participated in the memorable Senior Citizens Convention and Grandparents Day held at the Hagley Park SDA church on September 19, 2015. Two delegates from each Adventist church across East Jamaica Conference were present ...
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More Than a Historic Visit

By Marcos Blanco, editorial director, Asociación Casa Editora Sudamericana, the Argentinian Seventh-day Adventist publishing house in Buenos Aires As an Argentinian and fellow countryman of the former archbishop of Buenos Aires, I had a hunch that Pope Francis would write history before long. The pope is a charismatic leader who has fascinated ...
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An unlikely alliance of global lawmakers call to end religious persecution

September 22, 2015 | Bettina Krause An extraordinarily diverse group of lawmakers from around the world met in New York City last week to call for greater global efforts to end religious persecution and repression. The “International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion or Belief” produced an unlikely alliance of political ...
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6 Biblical Lessons in Business Ethics From the General Motors Affair

General Motors agreed this week to pay $900 million in fines to settle U.S. government charges that it concealed an ignition-switch defect linked to at least 169 deaths. The car giant also set aside $575 million to settle a slew of civil lawsuits, bringing to $5.3 billion “the amount GM ...
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Armed Attackers Kill 7 Adventists in Cameroon

By Andrew McChesney, news editor, Adventist Review Seven Seventh-day Adventist believers have been killed in a nighttime attack in northern Cameroon, marking the most serious loss of life that the church has sustained since Boko Haram militants embarked on a violent campaign to establish a strict Muslim state in Africa ...
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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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