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Former GC President Passes Away

Pastor Neal C. Wilson, 90, a past president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists known widely for his administrative skill, jovial spirit and phenomenal memory of people he’d met, died December 14, 2010 in…

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Boonstra Replaced at It Is Written

John Bradshaw, the senior pastor at College Place Seventh-day Adventist Church in College Place, Wash., has just been appointed speaker/director of It Is Written, taking over for Shawn Boonstra who has been speaker/director for the…

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VOTE NOW for Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank

It has been more than 15 years since the Parker Street Food and Furniture Bank first opened its doors to serve the people of Halifax, Nova Scotia and the surrounding area. The brain child of…

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VOAR Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Eighty years is a long time in any business, but in the radio business, 80 years makes you a pioneer. The pioneer of Christian radio in Canada, Voice of Adventist Radio (VOAR), wraps up its…

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Latchman Named Quebec Conference President

At a meeting of the Board of Directors on Sunday, November 14, Daniel Latchman was elected president of the Quebec conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Latchman began his service for the church on the…

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Adventist Humanitarian Named in CBC’s Top 50 Champions of Change

Eric Rajah, co-founder of the Lacombe-based humanitarian organization A Better World, has been chosen from almost 2,000 nominees, as one of the top 50 in the CBC Canada’s Champions of Change. Twenty years ago, Eric…

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Breaking News: NAD Year-End Meetings Reinstate E-60

Sunday, November 7, 2010  (Silver Spring, MD, USA)   Press Release from North American Division, Communications Director:   At the 2009 North American Division Year-end Meeting, members voted to rescind “E 60 Conference/Mission President” for…

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