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Adventist Leader Praises Youngest Nobel Laureate

Bruno Vertallier, president of the Inter-European Division, calls Malala Yousafzai a role model for all children. Posted December 10, 2014 (original article can be found here) BY INTER-EUROPEAN DIVISION AND ADVENTIST REVIEW STAFF An Adventist leader in Europe has praised the world’s youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate for her “incredible courage” amid her efforts to […]

John Carter Praises God for 4,800 Baptisms in El Salvador

The evangelist learns from a former vice president that his message about Jesus came at just the right time. Posted December 4, 2014 BY VANIA CHEW, South Pacific Adventist Record, with additional reporting by Adventist Review staff Australian evangelist John Carter praised God for the more than 4,800 people who were baptized during a three-week […]

Ellen G. White Named Among 100 Most Significant Americans

Taken from: A leading scholar on Ellen G. White welcomed a decision by Smithsonian magazine to name the cofounder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as one of the 100 most significant Americans of all times. The magazine places White in a group that includes the likes of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and Helen […]

Barna Research Video on SDA Millennials – Coming Soon

Look for the soon release of a full video report and conversation with Dr. Clint Jenkin about young adults and their experience with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Clint Jenkin, Ph.D. is Vice President of Research for Barna Group, and served as the lead researcher on the 2013 young adult research project commissioned by the North […]

Ebola: Do Your Own Thinking

This blog is taken from the Voice of Prophecy. The application is powerful in respects to our religious and spiritual lives. I would love to trust the CDC,  I really would.  In fact, I hope that the information trickling out of official government channels is accurate.  I hope that the most paranoid among us is […]

Childhood reflection of Halloween

As Halloween approaches, I wanted to share this: When I was little, I would almost beg my mom to let me go trick-or-treating. I wasn’t that I cared about the costumes or home decorations; all I cared about was the candy. But it was to no avail. Until one year, she relented and agreed to […]