February 6, 2017
- In a city of 10 million and only 30 known Adventists, man finds “The Victory of Love” by Ellen G. White, co-founder of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
- After six months of competition, winners were declared in contest that increases scriptural knowledge for young people.
- The book tells the story of the Adventist conscientious objector who saved 75 lives during World War II.
- Focusing on community outreach rather than politics is credited with keeping the church alive.
- Leaders hope to make all 757 Adventist churches in the nation literacy centers.
Two United Church of Christ congregations embracing a mission to resettle refugees experience very different outcomes.
[Episcopal News Service – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Pilgrimage for Reconciliation, Healing and Evangelism in Southwestern Pennsylvania was the first of six revivals being planned with diocesan teams in different cities around the country and the world this year and in 2018. Here are some scenes from the Feb. 3-5 event....
[Council on Foreign Relations] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reflected Feb. 3 on his recent trip to Ghana and discussed the role religious communities can play in countering radicalization and violent extremism during an event at the Council on Foreign Relations.
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