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Life-saving heart device program recognized for excellence

For the third time, the Loma Linda University Medical Center received the Advanced Certification in Ventricular Assist Device (VAD), further highlighting the hospital’s commitment to excellence in service. The Joint Commission awarded this reaccreditation earlier this year. “The importance of implantable mechanical devices cannot be overstated because they save the lives of heart failure patients who may otherwise die,” said Anees...

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Adventist Community Services Disaster Relief provides help to Hurricane Florence victims

Disaster Relief unit of ACS working with other relief agencies, local government.

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ADCOM refers to Compliance Committees

After Clarification, Two subcommittees activated

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Administrative Committee Continues to Refine Unity Document

Ongoing Discussion Process Leads to Clarification.

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ADRA ready to respond to major storms affecting US, Philippines, and Eastern Caribbean

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is responding to three powerful cyclonic storms that are blasting the US east coast, northern Philippines, and the Lower Antilles in the Caribbean with strong winds and heavy rains, affecting millions and forcing many to evacuate. “Our emergency team has been tracking these storms closely for several days, and has been pre-positioning aid, coordinating with partners, and deploying response teams to be ready to assist communities as quickly as...

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Adventist Heritage tour called a life-changing experience

A six-day tour promises to have an impact on General Conference leaders, university presidents and children around the world.

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Puerto Rico, Pathfinders win national robotic summer program competition

A group of Pathfinders from Puerto Rico won a national robotic summer program after competing against a dozen other groups from the island, earlier last month.  As part of winning the top spot on the island, the seven-member-team of young Seventh-day Adventists took part in the final International Space Station’s event held in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico earlier last month. The winning pathfinder team called Robogen took part in the Zero Robotics Middle School Summer Program which follows a...

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Record recognized with ARPA awards

Adventist Media in Australia wins four awards across two publications

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Summer Gateway program inspires minority high school students to achieve, serve

Local underrepresented minority high school students were inspired to achieve more and serve others after participating in an immersive two-week learning experience through Loma Linda University Health’s Summer Gateway program. Summer Gateway aims to create positive attitudes toward healthcare professions among high school students through presentations, activities and service opportunities.  A variety of LLUH professionals and students volunteered their time to provide lectures and to...

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ADRA deploys relief efforts after super typhoon strikes the Philippines

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) office in the Philippines has deployed an emergency response team to assess the situation and provide aid to some of the communities most affected by Super Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Ompong. Th...

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Indian State of Kerala Sees Worst Flooding in Nearly a Century

Adventist Church in the region rushes to aid victims

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Burundi celebrates unprecedented church growth through Total Member Involvement

43,000 baptized as a result of over 1,000 evangelistic campaigns

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Green suits and worn knees as church leaders kick off heritage tour

General Conference directors to visit historical sites in Adventist Church history

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The life of Daniel in cinematic images

August 30-September 8, saw four media ministries, eight uniquely skilled crew from five countries and four continents; a professional Moroccan production team; the acclaimed Biblical film sets of Ouarzazate, along with 165 local actors and extras who e...

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New Adventist facility in El Salvador to provide shelter for families

A new facility recently completed by a local Seventh-day Adventist Church in El Salvador will provide overnight shelter to parents while they wait for their children during their in-patient care at a nearby hospital in the capital city of San Salvador....

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Norway mission school called ‘bright spot’ in secular Europe

Ted Wilson praises the students for not just “going with the flow”

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How to reduce your risk of developing cancer

Research has shown that you can greatly reduce your chance of developing cancer by the lifestyle choices you make.  Yes, hereditary factors can play a large part, too, and some families are affected by cancer more than others. But overall, a person’s choices will contribute to their health and wellbeing throughout their life. More than 1.7 million people in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and an estimated 600,000 Americans will die from cancer this year,...

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In Jamaica, Adventists challenged to focus on the Church’s mission amid distractions

Adventist Church President in Jamaica Pastor Everett Brown challenged newly installed leaders in the North East Jamaica region to make the community and people their main object of the church’s mission. The challenge was made by the Adventist leader against the background of the recent spate of murders committed against women and children in the country. “To remain relevant and true to mission, the church must identify with the needs of people,” said Brown, as he addressed the new leaders at...

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School of Behavioral Health helping to expand Child Life service in China

A new School of Behavioral Health program offering pediatric nurses from the People’s Republic of China the opportunity to complete training as Child Life Specialists launched in Fall 2017. The new program is an outgrowth of a four-year series of education exchange visits the School of Behavioral Health faculty members and students have made to the Zhejiang University Children’s Hospital (ZUCH), introducing nurses there to the benefits and value of child life services.  Nancy Wu was the...

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Opera singer’s mansion turned into Adventist TV studio in Sweden

Three hundred guests celebrate the miracle story at the opening of LIfeStyleTV’s new headquarters.

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