April 9, 2010
Updates from the 2010 Spring Meetings

Women's Ordination Not on Atlanta GC Session Agenda, Paulsen Says

World field not ready to move forward, based on 11 divisions' responses.

Griggs International Would Split, Move Location Under Proposed Changes

College-level programs would stay with Griggs, K-12 could move to NAD.

New Studio Expands Channel Programming Capacity

Opening is next step in church's digital communication commitment, producers say

Church in Jamaica to Become Its Own Adventist Union Conference

Three other management restructures in Latin America accomodate church growth


More Church News

Paulsen Dialogues With Dutch Youth

Topics include homosexuality, environment.

Adventist Composes Mission-Minded Opera

The work debuts April 10 at Carnegie Hall.

Evolution Controversy Stirs La Sierra Campus

Adventist school reaffirms church's teachings; some critics unsatisfied.


Are you interested in urban ministry? Is your church engaged in social evangelism? If so, the Nonprofit Leadership Certification Program is designed for you. Starting May 16, the two-level course offers workshops in community needs assessment, strategic planning, ministering cross-culturally, social entrepreneurship and marketing, human resource development, fundraising strategies, and much more. The training sessions are sponsored by Adventist Community Services. For more information and to register, click here.

This Week's Special Features

Problems With "Adventist" Futurism

Are Adventists obsessed wtih prophetic speculation?

Miles High on Marriage

Is marital faithfulness a thing of the past?

Another Look at Calvary

Here's a resource for this seaon: a collection of articles focusing on the meaning of Christ's death and resurrection.

"The Adventists": Coming to a Screen Near You

Martin Doblmeier was so impressed with the Adventist health message that he made a movie about it. And he's not even an Adventist!

The Shaming of Religion

A new web-only exclusive by John W. Whitehead.

Childhood Obesity and Behavior Change

How do we combat the trend toward weight gain in pre-teen years?

People Will Notice

Who notices what we do or what we say? Roy Adams' answers may surprise you.


KTSY FM — Sacred Sounds For Contemporary Christians

Broadcasting throughout southern Idaho, KTSY FM is a Family Friendly Music Station owned by the Idaho Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Based in Caldwell, Idaho, KTSY FM is a listener supported station, broadcasting 24 hours a day. It features a Contemporary Christian music format.

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