Adventist Pharmacy Workers’ Case Expected to Go to U.S. Supreme Court

Adventist Pharmacy Workers’ Case Expected to Go to U.S. Supreme Court

"Walgreens doesn’t accommodate religious accommodations.” That’s how Darrell Patterson’s supervisor at Walgreens described the company’s policy. Despite that very frank (and honest) assessment, despite the fact that Walgreens violated its own policies by firing Patterson, and despite the fact that Walgreens suffered no hardship from his not working

Adventist Religious Liberty Leaders Bring Unique Viewpoint to U.S. State Department Meeting

Adventist Religious Liberty Leaders Bring Unique Viewpoint to U.S. State Department Meeting

WASHINGTON — Two Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty advocates were among those invited to participate in a landmark religious freedom summit organized by the US Department of State in Washington, D.C. The event, which began July 24, was the first-ever of its kind, and brought together government officials from some 80 nations, along with an in

ADRA Assists Families Affected by the Recent Volcano Eruptions in Guatemala

ADRA Assists Families Affected by the Recent Volcano Eruptions in Guatemala

ESCUINTA, GUATEMALA — The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Guatemala, with the help of its church member volunteers, continues to distribute water and food to families displaced by the deadly volcano eruptions in the south central region of Guatemala.  The Volcano of Fire began spewing lava and ash on June 3, covering villages, lea

In St. Thomas, Services Resume in Adventist Church Building Damaged by Hurricane Irma

In St. Thomas, Services Resume in Adventist Church Building Damaged by Hurricane Irma

St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands — Eight months after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the Philadelphia Adventist Church building in St. Thomas, worshipers returned for services in the lower level of the church on Sabbath, May 19, 2018. Since the category-5 storm hit last September, the 1,400-member Philadelphia church merged with Shiloh Adventist Chu

2 Russian Projects Among Recipients of $415,000 in Mission Spending

2 Russian Projects Among Recipients of $415,000 in Mission Spending

Adventist Mission will extend nearly U.S.$415,000 in grants to open two health-oriented community centers in Russia, fund 111 Global Mission pioneers, and provide much-needed assistance to an orphanage in Madagascar built by a previous Thirteenth Sabbath Offering. The Seventh-day Adventist world church’s Mission Board Strategy and Funding Committee