Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's North American territory praise filmmakers for introducing millions to the war-hero's story.
The Philippines has granted approval for an Adventist medical school to begin classes in August, making it the first Adventist medical school in Asia and the denomination’s sixth medical school worldwide.
He also donates funds toward a new facility at the Adventist University of Africa.
Kenya’s president has praised the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a major force in improving the African country and donated $22,000 toward a new health science building at the Adventist University of Africa.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, speaking at a fundraising event for the university building in Rongai, Kenya, said he was grateful for the church’s work in many education and health institutions across the country.
The Saturday-Sabbath is such a big deal to Seventh-day Adventists that it's their first name, and members around the world have endured significant cultural, economic and sometimes even governmental persecution because of members' determination to keep Saturdays as a day of rest and worship.
"Want to know why Seventh-day Adventists keep Saturdays as a day of rest and worship? Read the 10 Commandments. Want to know why Huntsville's First SDA Church is starting a Sunday service? Read the book of Acts. (The Huntsville Times file/Kay Campbell)"
The year 2014 was an especially notable one for the pope, and it appears this popular, charismatic leader is increasing in influence around the globe—reaching across the divide to join hands with many powerful religious and political figures in order to find common ground. What’s really going on? Pastor Doug Bachelor presses the rewind button to review the past year’s incredible developments in light of Bible prophecy and discuss what it all means for you!