Adventist Instructors Run to Promote Being “Fully Alive”

On Sunday, October 23, 2016 (the day after the anniversary of the Great Disappointment, incidentally), Oliver Glanz, a professor of Old Testament at Andrews Theological Seminary, and Oleg Kostyuk, a PhD student and adjunct professor of New Testament commenced a 100-mile “ultra-run” to kick off the university’s first “Wellness Week”: “Mission Fully Alive”. Glanz explains, […]

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750 Adventists Converge on Tucson, Arizona

The 2017 North American Division (NAD) Adventist Ministries Convention met January 8–11 in Tucson, Arizona. Besides attending the conference meetings, attendees participated in one of three NAD Compassion Ministries outreach opportunities. More than 150 conference participants helped pack meals for Stop Hunger Now. Others worked with Tucson Serve the City project, painting, cleaning, sweeping, and refurbishing two “under-resourced […]

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Adventist Charged as Accessory to Murder Has Died: The Michael and Lindy Chamberlain Story Resurfaces

For many Adventists, Michael and Lindy Chamberlain would have remained almost unknown if their story of being convicted for the murder of their nine-month-old daughter had not been made into a movie in 1988. Ironically, “A Cry In the Dark” starring Meryl Streep thrust Seventh-day Adventism into the international spotlight. Equally ironically, because this movie […]

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Adventist Organization Sues Guam’s Taxation Director

John Camacho, the director of Guam’s Department of Revenue and Taxation, assessed the Guam Seventh-day Adventist Clinic Pharmacy with $12.6 million in unpaid “business privilege taxes”, including $3 million in penalties, between 1991 and 2013. Concurrently he assessed the Guam Adventist Book and Food Center with $350,000 unpaid business taxes and $88,000 in penalties for […]

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