Adventist News Network
In Mexico, Adventists assist in aftermath of latest earthquake
Church leader says master guides and church member volunteers showed the love of God to people in need.
Special message from Pastor Israel Leito on recent natural disasters in Inter-America
President of the Inter-America region urges members to help their community and pray without ceasing
Si Young Kim elected as new president for the North-Asia Pacific region of the Adventist Church
Kim replaces Jairyong Lee after his retirement.
ADRA responds to Hurricane Irma devastation in the Caribbean
The humanitarian agency is also preparing for disaster relief as Hurricane Maria threatens the region.
Hundreds participate in pastor’s summit on abuse
Summit aimed to share information on how to recognize and prevent abuse in the Church.
International Congress motivates youth to go to the ends of the Earth
Event improves youth’s skills and prepares them to be missionaries.
Spanish Volunteers Support ADRA Romania’s Projects.
Church leaders expressed that it was an honor and privilege for me to work together with these volunteers from the different regions.
Adventist Church in Inter-America assesses damage from Hurricane Irma and begins relief effort.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency lends aid throughout the division
Creation exhibit to open at Seventh-day Adventist World Headquarters
Adventists open several displays to highlight Creation Sabbath this October
Portugal, deaf encounter one step more
Deaf people have much to offer to our church if only given an opportunity
Pacific Northwest ACS disaster response prepares to help in Oregon fires
ACS DR also assists in Texas disaster assessment and cleanup after Hurricane Harvey
Coastal towns in Italy experience sudden flooding.
The president of the Italian Union of the Seventh-day Adventist Church expressed condolences in a statement addressed to victims and residents.
Andrews University ranked number one in ethnic diversity
The ranking comes after a decade of significant diversification.
Adventist Church in Mexico still shaken from deadly earthquake
Adventists in the region offer support and prayers for those affected by the earthquake.
FM Radio program goes viral through WhatsApp!
Listeners enjoy the programs practical teaching of Bible truths and sharing God with those around the world.
Adventist World Radio to broaden coverage in Uganda
Leaders applaud local mission for innovation in radio evangelism
Tanzania president attends Sabbath worship
President Mugufuli was impressed by message and the contributions of Adventists in the nation.
A special message from Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
My fellow Seventh-day Adventist Church members around the world,As many of you have worshipped already today and many more will around the world, I am asking you to especially pray for those who have recently experienced devastation and death in the Caribbean from Hurricane Irma. I have prayed for them. Wherever you are pray for God's church and the witness of His people. I am currently on an international trip and have felt strongly impressed to share this...
“God Spoke to Me Through Hurricane Harvey”
Several Adventists affected share what they learned after Texas monster storm.
Hurricane Irma leaves destruction in the Caribbean; Earthquake shakes Mexico
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is coordinating with local offices to bring aid to the regions affected.
Statement from North American Division regarding end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America is concerned about the impact that the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program may have on the lives of 800,000 young men and women in the United States, also known as“dreamers.”
At the center of our response is a continuing appeal for compassion and mercy. Seventh-day Adventists are the most racially-diverse religious group in this country, according to a 2015 Pew Research Center report....
13 year-old preacher leads others to Christ in Tanzania
Boniface Joseph overcomes a difficult life to share his love for Jesus.
Scores of disabled people accept Jesus across Africa
Among them are 42 deaf people baptized in Burundi last Sabbath.
The Adventist Church in North America asks members to give to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
September 9, churches across North America will collect offering for Adventist Community Services to help with flood relief.
Do Millennials care about issues affecting the world today?
A panel discusses the millennial perspective on issues that might be capturing the hearts and minds of today’s young people
Religious liberty congress passes resolutions, honors advocates
IRLA event closes with a renewed commitment to religious freedom for all
Long time Adventist administrator Richard Lesher passes away
Beloved pastor and educator served in many capacities
“If we don’t protect religious freedom, we don’t deserve it”
Panel discusses how the Reformation informs our current quest for freedom.
Recently released film depicts personal journeys of faith
Seventh-day Adventist Church president’s statement on END IT NOW
A Statement for End It Now Sabbath
Religious leaders discuss responses to the global movement of refugees and migrants
Panel emphasis religious groups role in highlighting the need of people around the world.
Threats to religious freedom call for doubling advocacy efforts
IRLA’s 8th World Congress opens with appeals to extend religious freedom to everyone.
Prayers for Barcelona as dozens injured in van attack
A Statement from the Inter-European and Trans-European divisions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Former GC undersecretary Athal Tolhurst passes to his rest at 82
He is remembered as a faithful, committed evangelist and administrator.
Forest fire danger averted at Camp Kalamos, Greece
Church leaders and youth express thanks for answered prayers and concern over community property loss.
Adventist Church in North America responds to hate, violence in Charlottesville, Virginia
The local Adventist churches are working together to help with the healing process.
Statement: North American Division president issues statement on Guam, calls for prayer
On behalf of the entire North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, I would like to let our members and the citizens on the island of Guam know that our concern and prayers are with you. We take solace in the words of Mark 13:7: “When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, do not be alarmed"; and Matthew 28:20:“And remember, I am with you always, even to the end of the age."Please know that the people of the Seventh-day Adventist Church love you....
A Call to Compassion Toward the Immigrant: A Voted Statement
The Hispanic Advisory of the Adventist Church's North American Division underscores its "moral responsibility to care for the disadvantaged."
Called, Chosen, and Committed
Annual lay convention triggers opportunities for mission, service.
In Inter-America, church strengthens special needs ministries during first territory-wide congress for the hearing impaired.
Church leaders say,“the ministry is not about disabilities but about possibilities for those with special needs.”
Prestigious University recognizes Adventist role in Romania
The University Politehnica of Bucharest presents church leader Ted N.C. Wilson with an honorary doctorate.
Ted Wilson goes on mission trip with Martin Luther
The world church president follows in Luther’s footsteps in Germany.
Lebanese teens learn value of community service
Middle East University science camp participants hold a community health expo
Over 1,000 flock to Adventist churches in Cambodia for free medical care
Loma Linda medical team treats patients during five days in Cambodia
Foundation opens center for mothers and children in Korea
Hiranuma&Hayashi Foundation seek to heal people and help them search for true value in life.
Adventist youth volunteers clean a popular zoo in Thailand
Initiative is last in a series of community-focused activities across the region
In St. Maarten, Adventists march for hope in communities affected by crime
Church say,“we want the community to know that as a church we are able to assist.”
Loma Linda University program enhances K-12 science, technology, engineering and math programs
Loma Linda University Health president says EXSEED launched as a contribution to the development of outstanding science educators for the Adventist education program.
Oakwood University choir wins“Choir of the World” title
Choir director Jason Ferdinand named“Outstanding director in Wales.
Tanzania and Uganda on fire with 117,000 baptisms
Total Member Involvement evangelism spreads across Africa.