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Lee Boothby, Church-state litigator, was first of his kind in Adventist Church
Story by Andrew McChesney/ Adventist Review via Adventist News Network
At the end of the year, Jim Greene, New Jersey Conference executive secretary, is retiring. “After so many years working together, it is not easy to say good bye to somebody like him,” says José H. Cortés, conference president. “Jim has had an outstanding service record of 48.82 years!”
Story by Paolo Macena
Adventists have studied women’s ordination for 130 years. See our interactive timeline here!
Article by Celeste Blyden Ryan/ Image from ANN
Our health systems find creative ways to engage their communities, but their mission remains the same: to treat the whole patient—mind, body and spirit
Story by Taashi Rowe/ Cover Photography by Paul Morigi/AP Images
The Church has Moved Toward a Decision on Women’s Ordination. Will it Culminate at the 2015 GC Session?
Story by Beth Michaels, Photograph by Viviene Martinelli
Healing—It’s in Our DNA
Editorial by Dave Weigley, graphic from istock photos
In the interest of providing a better understanding of the three positions on women’s ordination that emerged from a two-year study by the Theology of Ordination Study Committee, the Adventist Review published the notes that three Adventist theologians used to give 20-minu
At the Washington Metro Area Women’s Ministries’ (WMAWM) fifth annual Men of Honor celebration, held at the Dupont Park church in Washington, D.C., group leaders recognized more than 140 men for their exceptional contributions to their churches and communities.
Story by LaTasha Hewitt
Annual Council asks Session to consider letting divisions decide on ordination.
Story by Edwin Manuel Garcia/ANN, Image from ANN
The Seventh-day Adventist Church as early as next July may decide to take a historic vote on whether to allow women to be ordained ministers.