PARIS, France — Seventh-day Adventists have been officially identified as the World’s Worst Dancers. The finding comes as a result of a five-year study by a team of sociologists Read more […]
LANSING, Mich. — In a move that has caused quite the stir among Midwestern Adventists, the Michigan Conference has enforced a new female dress code in churches across the state. Effective Read more […]
In a surprise announcement this morning, the General Conference Communications Department announced that as of this summer all General Conference offices would be moving to Brazil.
TOPEKA, Kan. — For 39 years Sister Helda Emerson hasn’t missed a single Sabbath at her local church. Even more impressively, she has occupied the same seat every week: the left-hand center Read more […]
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Affirmed in our Straighthood, the first-ever Adventist conference on alternative sexualities, was held in mid-March this year. It was attended by almost 350 delegates Read more […]
GLENDALE, Calif. — A team of 50 Glendale Academy students has returned safely from a successful mission trip to Disneyland. The teens emerged from their chartered bus positively radiant Read more […]
BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich — Through no fault of her own, Eleanor Chambers has outlived 10 husbands and is about to marry her eleventh, Charles Spencer. “I lost count after I beat Elizabeth Read more […]
Adventists are called to be sober, humble, meek, all while wearing little to no makeup or jewelry. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have their own ways of letting you know what’s what or who’s who.
SILVER SPRING, Md. — After years of resisting the temptation to join the social platform, General Conference President Elder Ted Wilson created a Twitter account a week ago. “Happy Sabbath Read more […]
TAKOMA PARK, Md. — Faced with sagging readership enthusiasm and massive young adult disinterest, The Adventist Review has decided to rebrand itself as Remember in Prayer (RIP), the first Read more […]