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2015 Updates

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTAdventists are a ‘blessing to society,’ says new director for Public Affairs and Religious Liberty

Dr. Ganoune Diop, a veteran administrator and respected academic who has lived and worked on three continents, has been elected to serve the Seventh-day Adventist world church as director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL).

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTAnnual Religious Liberty Dinner Draws Thought Leaders, Policymakers

Religious freedom can’t be taken for granted. That was the blunt message delivered by Senator Orrin Hatch, senior Republican senator in the United States senate, to a group of religious liberty advocates, ambassadors and congressional representatives gathered April 29 for the 13th annual Religious Liberty Dinner in Washington, D.C.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTMiami-based Adventists Honour Jamaica's Nigel Coke For Religious Liberty Work

TEN years after he left his banking job in Kingston and moved to Mandeville to run his church's fledgling communication department, Nigel Coke has been honoured by Miami-based Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (IAD) for religious liberty work.

VIEW COMPLETE DOCUMENTUN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Appreciates the Adventist Church’s Global Work

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed concerns about growing religious intolerance worldwide during a private meeting with Adventist Church leader Ted N.C. Wilson, and he invited the Seventh-day Adventist Church to work with the UN in helping people.