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12-31-18 North American Division Responds to False Claim

12-12-18 Official Upper Columbia Conference Position on World Church Affirmation Sabbath

Important Links to News and Responses to the Oct. 14, 2018 GC Annual Council Vote

11-8-18 The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America Issues Joint Statement on Thousand Oaks, California, Shooting

10-28-18 NAD Statement on Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
10-22-18 David Prest, Jr.'s, Idaho Conference President, Statement Regarding Annual Council Vote on Unity in Mission

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ADRA’s President urges support for disaster efforts

In the month of March, numerous disasters occurred, including the worst tropical storm on record to affect the southern African regions of Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. During that same month, Nepal and Indonesia were also hardest hit by heavy rain and floods.  With these countries combined, thousands of lives were lost and hundreds of thousands more were displaced and forced to seek refuge in shelters. Ongoing needs assessments are being put in place by ADRA to help all people affected,...

Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

The Steward Department of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church is launching a video series targeted at millennials. The series is part of a broader initiative entitled “GodFirst” which aims to help members understand the principles of tithe and offering. “The act of tithing develops allegiance, commitment, love, and relationship with God”, says Marcos Bomfim, Stewardship Department director, “If you put your treasure with God, your heart will also be there.” A desire to reach out to members...

Book launch shares stories of journeying in the footsteps of Jesus

A mini-road trip of its own marked the launch of a story of a trip through the Holy Land. Of Falafels and Following Jesus tells the story of a tour through Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian territories that the authors—Nathan Brown with Michelle Villis and Brenton Stacey—took in October last year. “I had the idea for this book while visiting Israel in 2015,” said Mr Brown. “I was trying to work out why we take trips like that, and then had a growing interest in how I might be able share some...

Sickle cell patient cured through Children's Hospital's first stem cell transplant

Doctors at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital recently conducted the institution’s first stem cell transplant in a sickle cell disease patient, effectively curing her of the inherited blood disease. The successful procedure offers hope and accessible treatment to those suffering from the disease in the Inland Empire and surrounding regions. Children’s Hospital doctors had worked for nearly a year to build a program focused on helping hematology patients, specifically hemophilia and...