North American Division led staff in all-day World Cup prayer session for Team USA

SILVER SPRING, Md. — The North American Division held an all-day prayer vigil for Team USA ahead of their crucial July 1 soccer World Cup game against Belgium. The entire second floor Read more […]

Adventist Book Centers to start stocking real meat

Adventist Book Center (ABC) outlets around the world have made the controversial decision to start selling animal meat as a result of a new study released this month by Loma Linda University-based Read more […]

Southwestern to accept only registered Republicans as students

KEANE, Texas — The Office of Admissions at Southwestern Adventist University has announced that new students for the 2014-2015 academic year will be required to register with the Republican Read more […]

Old Floridian Adventists lobby National Geographic for a feature article

ORLANDO, Fla. — A band of Florida Hospital-based Adventist centenarians have launched a campaign titled We’re Old Too.  The campaign is aimed at convincing National Geographic to feature Read more […]

Church leaders contemplating baby baptisms

SAO PAULO, Brazil — Plans to introduce baby baptisms were discussed at “Imagine the Possibilities,” an international Adventist Church Growth Conference held today. Baby baptism supporters Read more […]

Imposter prophet doesn’t last 30 seconds with EGW Bible

SILVER SPRING, Md. — The latest in a long string of wannabe prophets has been discredited by what church leaders are calling The Big Bible Test.  Nathaniel Wakely of Battle Creek, Mich. Read more […]

Andrews University reinstates gender-specific sidewalks

BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. — Andrews University administrators have taken the unexpected step of reintroducing gender-specific sidewalks. Exclusively male and female sidewalks were commonplace Read more […]

Adventists forbidden from watching remainder of World Cup

“Brazil’s soccer World Cup has become the most divisive issue to hit the world church since drums,” said an urgent General Conference directive sent to pastors around the world.  “Any further Read more […]

Findings reveal most Pacific Union College faculty work part-time in wine industry

ANGWIN, Calif. — In response to rising complaints from faculty about remuneration, Pacific Union College has contracted with a third party to interview faculty about their salary expectations. Read more […]