Adventist News Network

At the African Union, an Adventist Leader Speaks for Human Dignity
February 9, 2016 - The African Union Prayer Breakfast provides spiritual encouragement to political leaders grappling with immense social and economic challenges. ... read more
Why Adventist Church’s Chinese broadcasts Are flourishing
February 9, 2016 - Some 8 million podcasts are downloaded every day in China. ... read more
Adventists in Kenya inaugurate a brand new union office headquarters
February 9, 2016 - Kenyan president praises contribution of the Adventist Church in the areas of health and education. ... read more
In Iraq, Adventist Church Leader Prays for New Church
February 7, 2016 - Ted N.C. Wilson encourages the small congregation in Erbil to remain faithful. ... read more
Appeal hearing delayed for jailed Pakistani Adventist after lawyers threatened
February 5, 2016 - Lawyers for a Seventh-day Adventist man, currently serving a life sentence under Pakistan’s controversial blasphemy laws, were reportedly threatened by gunmen last week while traveling to an appeals hearing in the High Court of Lahore. According to ACI Prensa news agency, the two lawyers were detained on the road between Kasur and Lahore by armed men, who warned of violence if the lawyers persisted in their defense of 31-year-old Sajjad Masih Gill. Masih, an Adventist Church member, was... ... read more
In St. Thomas, a new café run by the Adventist Church is attracting dozens of people
February 4, 2016 - Members are serving up prayer in one of the island's most popular shopping malls. ... read more
Message from the Southern Asia-Pacific Division
February 2, 2016 - The Adventist Church in the territory expresses appreciation for the kindness and support it received after the recent passing of two leaders. ... read more
Mexican State Governor pledges support for Adventist efforts in religious liberty and social programs
February 2, 2016 - For Adventist Church leaders, the visit kicked off a weekend-long focus on conscience and religious freedom, and highlighted the church’s work in building a healthier, more peaceful society. ... read more
Loma Linda University Health clinic is the first in U.S. state of California to allow patients to try spinal cord stimulation with a revolutionary trial system
January 28, 2016 - The new wireless trial system, which is incorporated with Bluetooth® wireless technology and Apple™ digital devices, is designed to help chronic pain patients. ... read more
Goalkeeper stuns Brazil’s sporting world by refusing to play on Sabbath
January 28, 2016 - Brazil's player of the year says he chooses God over his career. ... read more
Adventist ministers are accredited to officiate civil marriages in Dominican Republic,
January 25, 2016 - Some 80 Adventist ministers in the Dominican Republic were recently accredited by the Central Electoral Board to officiate civil marriages recognized by the state. The accreditation took place during a ceremony held last week at Ensanche Quisqueya Seventh-day Adventist Church in Santo Domingo. The Central Electoral Board is a government agency of the Dominican Republic that oversees elections and manages the registration and status of its citizens. The accreditation was in response to a law... ... read more
Adventists distribute bottled water in Flint, Michigan, amid water crisis
January 21, 2016 - Adventist Community Services is also assisting with water filters and water-testing kits. ... read more
Protecting Religious Freedom is "good for business," says Adventist Leader
January 21, 2016 - Dwayne Leslie emphasized the important relationship between religious liberties and the corporate sector during the “Religious Freedom and Business: A Way Forward,” event in Washington, D.C. ... read more
Adventist leader in Jamaica encourages politicians to use clean rhetoric during an upcoming election season
January 14, 2016 - The president of the Adventist Church in the Jamaica hopes political leaders stay "clear from personal attack that fuels unethical tensions and embarrassing dispositions between opponents." ... read more
Leonard Asoy, Southern Asia-Pacific Division president, succumbs to rare bone marrow disease
January 12, 2016 - The recently elected leader for the region was 56 years old. ... read more