WHO Teams Up With Adventists in a Global First

By Joanne Ratsara The World Health Organization and the Seventh-day Adventist Church are kicking off an unprecedented global partnership aimed at reducing infant and maternal mortality rates. This is the first time that the WHO, the public health agency of the United Nations, has partnered with a faith-based organization on ...
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Adventists ‘Most Racially Diverse Religious Group in U.S.’

By Andrew McChesney and Marcos Paseggi, Adventist Review Don’t worry if you happen to walk into a Seventh-day Adventist church in the United States where English is not the first language of choice. Chances are you are worshiping in one of the increasingly typical Adventist congregations across the country. Seventh-day Adventists ...
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ADRA and NHF conduct Health Clinic for the Clifton

The Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA) partnered with the National Health Fund (NHF) to conduct a free, two-day health clinic for the residents of Clifton Community in Portmore, St. Catherine. The clinic was held on Monday July 20 and Tuesday July 21 and over 400 persons benefited. The NHF utilized ...
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Facing Isolation, Adventist Public Officials Form an Association

By Bettina Krause, ANN An international group of Seventh-day Adventists holding high public office has banded together to form a new association aimed at ending the isolation that its members have experienced as Christians in government service. The World Adventist Public Officials Association elected Floyd Morris, Senate president of Jamaica, ...
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Outstanding Work in Religious Liberty Recognized at GC

Photos and story by Phillip Castell In an effort to show appreciation and recognize the outstanding work by Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL) around the world, the department of PARL of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists hosted a special luncheon on July 8, 2015 during the 60th General ...
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Departing Adventists Impress San Antonio Airport Staff

By Andrew McChesney, news editor, Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventists impressed San Antonio’s mayor by providing $20 million in free healthcare to local residents in April, three months before the opening of the 2015 General Conference session. The 65,000 Adventists who attended the July 2-11 session delighted local businesses by spending ...
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San Antonio Mayor Grateful for GC Session and Steps to Christ

By Andrew McChesney, Adventist Review / ANN San Antonio Mayor Ivy R. Taylor thanked Seventh-day Adventists for bringing the free healthcare and the 2015 General Conference session to her city — and said she looked forward to reading a brand-new copy of Steps to Christ. General Conference president Ted N.C. Wilson, ...
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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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