Larger foliage to cover all Adventist Adam & Eve art

SILVER SPRING, Md. — A 12-month effort to overhaul Adventist Adam and Eve art begins this week due to what church leaders are calling “pervasive foliage insufficiency.” In addition to Read more […]

Adventist Church is a great place for women, according to old male leaders

SILVER SPRING, Md. — Delegates at the 2015 Annual Council meeting held at the General Conference offices have voted to approve a statement praising the denomination as “a great place for women.” The Read more […]

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Adventist Michael Ryan for moderating GC Women’s Ordination Debate

OSLO, Norway — In a surprise announcement, the Norwegian Nobel Committee has announced that for the first time a Seventh-day Adventist has been awarded the much-lauded Nobel Peace Prize. Explaining Read more […]

General Conference leaders on hunger fast to end Carson presidential bid

SILVER SPRING, Md. — As Seventh-day Adventist retired pediatric neurosurgeon and 2016 US presidential contender, Ben Carson surges ahead in the Republican primary rankings, a wave of panic has Read more […]

Adventist Church: Sabbath potlucks must feature 28 dishes

SILVER SPRING, Md. — In a rare potluck-related church policy statement, the General Conference has issued strict orders to Seventh-day Adventist churches worldwide regarding their potluck dish Read more […]

Art majors go to Andrews for free because they will never repay loans

BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. — Andrews University announced this morning that in addition to its well-known academic scholarships available to qualifying students of any major, it will waive all tuition Read more […]

Loma Linda: Jesus fed 5000 with five loaves and two veggie fish

LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Ever the proponents of healthy vegetarian eating, researchers at Loma Linda Univesity have reached a consensus on their interpretation of Jesus’ miracle of the five loaves Read more […]

Union College housing shortage forces students to live outdoors

LINCOLN, NE. ̶ Residence halls at Union College are filled to maximum capacity and rapid campus population growth is resulting in a student housing shortage. In response, International Rescue Read more […]

Pope visits General Conference to congratulate leaders on keeping ordination male-only

SILVER SPRING, Md. — On the morning of the first full day of his visit to the United States, Pope Francis paid a surprising visit to the General Conference headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Read more […]