Alan Collins, sculptor of 'silent sermons,’ dies at 88

Alan Collins, sculptor of 'silent sermons,’ dies at 88

Alan Collins putting a finishing touch on a clay model of “Sacrificial Service,” a sculpture for Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama. [Photo courtesy of Gleaner Magazine] Visitors often comment on a striking fiberglass sculpture portraying the three angels of Revelation 14 that is affixed to the façade of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Trans-European Division headquarters in […]

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Oakwood University, Adventist-owned historically black school, celebrates 120 years

Oakwood University, Adventist-owned historically black school, celebrates 120 years

Marking 120 years of advancing learning among underserved populations, Oakwood University, a Seventh-day Adventist school consistently ranked among America’s best Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCUs, celebrated a week of Founder’s Day activities from November 9 to 16 at the school’s Huntsville, Alabama, campus. University president Leslie Pollard said, “For 120 years, Oakwood has advanced […]

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Hacksaw Ridge opens unprecedented witnessing opportunities in Central Europe

Hacksaw Ridge opens unprecedented witnessing opportunities in Central Europe

Adventist youth in Krakow, Poland prepare to distribute Znaki Czasu (Signs of the Times) to movie-goers. [Photo courtesy of the Trans-European Division] Karolina and Monika, from Krakow, Poland have spent a lot of time this last month at their local cinema.  Recently baptized teenage twins, you will find them there, dressed in World-War II look-a-like […]

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In Brazil, prestigious scientific journal “Nature Communications” focuses on Adventist lifestyle

In Brazil, prestigious scientific journal “Nature Communications” focuses on Adventist lifestyle

Nov 28, 2016 | Brasilla, Brazil | Felipe Lemos, South American Division For several months, more than 1,500 people were evaluated in the Advent Study, which was featured in the Nature Communications article. [Photo: Estaudo Advento] The relationship between an intestinal bacteria and its possible effects on diabetes was published in a national scientific article, […]

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In Brazil, prestigious scientific journal “Nature Communications” focuses on Adventist lifestyle

Nov 28, 2016 | Brasilla, Brazil | Felipe Lemos, South American Division For several months, more than 1,500 people were evaluated in the Advent Study, which was featured in the Nature Communications article. [Photo: Estaudo Advento] The relationship between an intestinal bacteria and its possible effects on diabetes was published in a national scientific article, […]

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Hacksaw Ridge opens unprecedented witnessing opportunities in Central Europe

Adventist youth in Krakow, Poland prepare to distribute Znaki Czasu (Signs of the Times) to movie-goers. [Photo courtesy of the Trans-European Division] Karolina and Monika, from Krakow, Poland have spent a lot of time this last month at their local cinema.  Recently baptized teenage twins, you will find them there, dressed in World-War II look-a-like […]

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