December 19, 2012
Former SPD President Dies
R.R. Frame also headed up the Adventist Media Center.
Israeli Artifacts Displayed at SAU
SAU-Hebrew University findings support Davidic history.
Adventist Pastors Meet to Study Retreat
Ministers from U.S., Canada gather in Maine.
Hope4U Magazine Launches Across Africa
Adventist World-sponsored project to help Pathfinders raise funds.
December 12, 2012
LLU: International Health Conference "Reclaims the Vision"
First-time meeting of global Adventist medical personnel.
Terry Day Named Kettering Health Network President
First woman to head Adventist-owned system.
India: AWR Expands Reach
In a first, Adventist program airs on FM radio in Hyderabad, India.
Card-writing Campaign Latest Move to Help Imprisoned Adventists
Church leaders invite members to send Christmas cards.
November 22, 2012
Accident Kills AFM Worker in Papua New Guinea
John Lello was felling trees at remote mission station.
Wilson Calls for Dec. 1 Day of Fasting and Prayer
World church encouraged to support falsely accused members in Togo.
GC Leaders Affirm Care and Principle on Gay Issues
Church statement on gays, lesbians emphasizes "compassion."
Annual Council Promotes Community, Outreach Initiatives
Programs for preachers' kids, anti-child abuse, and evangelism disclosed.
November 14, 2012
Earthquake Kills Four Adventists in Guatemala
Worst temblor in 36 years.
Wilson Offers Prayers, Support in Hurricane Aftermath
"Superstorm" hit Northeastern U.S., Cuba, Haiti, and Dominican Republic.
Focus Evangelism on Medical Ministry, Wilson Tells Annual Council
Keep church united in difficult times, he says.
World Church Leaders Share Evangelism Updates
In Euro-Asia even children help spread the Adventist message.
Software License Addresses Membership Records
Soft American Computer program expected to standardize record keeping.
Educational, Organizational Matters Top One Agenda
Chinese Union Mission to focus on Hong King, Macau, and mainland China.
November 7, 2012
Growth in "Global South" to Shift Membership, Giving Patterns
Soon overseas tithe will eclipse giving from North America.
Adventist Church Offerings Up
Stable tithe and mission offerings noted.
Former NAD Vice President Dies
Cyril Miller championed Jewish, Muslim outreach.
Adventist Pastor Jailed in Togo
GC delegation seeks Monteiro's freedom.
October 24, 2012
Adventist Pastor Jailed in Togo
GC delegation seeks Monteiro's freedom.
Former GC Publishing Director Brucke Wickwire Dies
He also served in East Asia, Europe.
ADRA Provides Maternal Care Training in China
Birth complications, infant deaths decline.
GC President's First Book Arrives in Stores
Almost Home aims to inspire, Adventists raise funds for mission to cities.
After Debate, Annual Council Votes Statement on Church Polity
Measure responds to ‘Recent Union Actions on Ministerial Ordination’
October 17, 2012
Peru: Adventists Launch Church's Fifth Medical School
First medical school in South America's northwestern region.
Adventists Rally in New York City
Church leaders, lay members prepare for NY13.
Adventist Media Leaders Meet
Communication summit aimed at strengthening church identity.
October 10, 2012
ADRA/Australia Chief to Lead ADRA International
Jonathan Duffy also worked in the Adventist church's health ministry.
NAD "Bible-Experience" Challenge Comes to Maryland
Twenty six teams showed knowledge of the Scriptures.
Bates' Concordance Given to Southern Adventist University
Gift brings historic volume to school.
May 9, 2012
Adventist Media Center Board Asks Ministries for Business Proposals
Option to relocate from Simi Valley can be included.
Mission to Cities, Revived by His Word Highlight Spring Meeting
Church leaders select 24 cities for evangelism.
Former GC Sabbath School Director Fernon Retzer Dies
Was longtime missionary in South America.
April 25, 2012
The Spring Meeting Devotional Messages
From Adventist News Network.
Is the World Church Missing Out on $12 Billion in Tithe
Global tithe report suggests unrealized potential.
Dominican Republic: ADRA Helps on Road Safety
Local unit aids in truck-driver training.
Hungary: Adventist Church Gets Official Nod
Recognition ends months of uncertainty.
April 18, 2012
"Just Claim It" Offers Spiritual Nurture, Service
Thousands gather in North Carolina.
Scholar Defends Bible as "Literary Classic"
Leland Ryken makes case for reader involvement.
Philippines Choir Leader Wins National Honor
Led chorale to World Title in 2011.
Montemorelos Festival Draws Thousands
Conference focuses on 10-40 window.
April 11, 2012
Surveys Sharpen Statistics, Adventist Research Claims
New wave of research aims to prove, or correct, widely held assumptions.
20,000 Adventist Youth Trade Vacation for Service
Evangelism a component of "Mission Caleb" outreach in Peru.
April 5, 2012
Wilson, GC Leaders Visit Adventists in China
Thousands follow the advent message.
March 29, 2012
Wilson Leads Massive Brazilian Outreach
Three million Great Hope books distributed.
Oakwood U. Student Downs at Rock Quarry
Campus community is deeply saddened. .
March 21, 2012
It Is Written Draws Thousands in Las Vegas
Month-long series gained audience: Isle of Man, Fiji, Argentina watched.
AUC Board Plans Evangelism Training Center
Atlantic Union College still seeks return; center is unrelated move.
Remembering Leo R. Van Dolson
The former Adventist Review associate editor died on March 11, 2012.
Adventist Camps for Blind Offer Winter, Summer Experiences
Christian Record Service outreach to provide blind persons with fun--and Jesus.
March 14, 2012
Maryland Church Fire Racks Up $500K in Damage
Two alarm blaze drew 60 firefighters.
Former Listen Editor Francis Soper Dies
Profiled drug-free celebrities in effort to reach youth.
"One Project" Focuses on Relationship With Jesus
Hundreds Meet in Seattle.
Andrews University Professor Elly Economou Dies
Started Hellenic Adventist group; translated Ellen White's books into Greek
March 7, 2012
Wilsons Visit Haiti
GC President sees progress, shares encouragement.
First Hispanic to Lead a GC Department Dies
Louis Ramirez was 93.
Oakwood University Choir Performs in Moscow
First Adventist group to perform at Moscow International Christmas event.
Adventist Risk Management Prioritizes Abuse Prevention
Insurance unit working to shield minors.
February 29, 2012
Adventist School's Efforts Help Jewish Athletes Keep Sabbath
Forth Worth's Burton Adventist Academy helps Houston's Beren school win.
Adventists Monitor Contraception Mandate
Potential curtailing of religious liberty is concern, PARL says.
February 22, 2012
U.S. Surgeon General Lauds Adventists' Health Focus
"Health occurs where we live," Benjamin says.
Longtime Missionary Eric Monnier Dies
Leaves legacy of service on two continents.
Adventist Fund-raising Book to Guide Building Projects
Volume focuses on local church needs.
LLU Eye Specialist Shares Knowledge via YouTube
Dr. Howard Gimbel brings experience to global classroom.
February 16, 2012
Adventists Among Survivors in Italian Cruise Ship Disaster
Family returns to Peruvian Union University.
Loma Linda Flips Over Burgers
Some residents resist the coming of McDonald's.
Missionary Doctors, Adventist Hospital United in Passion for Healing
Newborn arrives close to grandmother's home, thanks to medical cooperation.
AWR Begins Wolof Language Programs
Four nations to be reached in key language.
Florida Conference Sells Headquarters to State
Conference has two years to find new home.
February 9, 2012
Jan Paulsen to Receive Norwegian Honor
Will be a Commander of the Order of Merit.
Nigeria: Religious Conflict Takes Toll on Adventist Church
Open-air meetings curtailed, churches pray for peace.
High Court Ruling Protects Adventist Church
Ruling shields churches from government interference.
Church Honors South African Member
Denis Baird conducted anti-tobacco campaigns.
January 25, 2012
Adventist Logo Approved for Veterans Headstones
Six-year campaign yields results.
Calendar Shift Doesn't Alter Seventh Day, Samoan Church Says
As date line shifts, Adventists to follow weekly cycle.
ADRA Helps Ecuador's Volcano Victims
Masks, eye solution help reduce effects of pollutants.
January 18, 2012
WWU President to Resign
John McVay served for six years as president.
South American Adventists Go as Middle East Missionaries
Brazilian pastors "go forth" to new fields.
Sydney Adventist Hospital Volunteers Mark 25 Years
Operation Open Heart served more than 2,100 patients.
Colombia Outreach Targets Bogota
Two-week campaign yields 1,500 new believers.
January 11, 2012
Virginia Seventh-day Adventists Reach Across Globe to Help Kenya’s Children
"Incubator Project" Gets Start in Smith Mountain Lake Congregation.
Pastors’ Conference Uses Evangelism and Leadership for Successful Ministry
First held in 1977, annual event draws hundreds.
Prayer Accompanies Packing of 1 Million Books for West Africa
The Great Hope is part of 2012 initiative to spread The Great Controversy message.
ADRA Distributes Supplies to Mindanao Flooding Victims
More than 800 killed after tropical storm hits
Herbert Broeckel, 74, Potomac Conference President, Passes to His Rest
Spent 35 years in Potomac; served denomination for 52 years
Norman W. Klam, 66, Former North Pacific Union Treasurer, Passes
Served denominationally for 37 years