Adv Peace Radio — Peace Church Network

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Welcome to Adventist Peace Radio, the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or Stitcher. NOTE: This episode was recorded via Skype in mid-June, shortly after… Continue reading

Adventists for Racial Justice [UPDATED]

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Adventists are responding to the recent killings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling as well as the five police officers in Dallas, Texas (not yet named). The Adventist Peace Fellowship is preparing a… Continue reading

Pastor Ma on Sabbath Economics

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Pastor Yi Shen Ma, who is a member of the APF leadership team, recently began a YouTube channel. Two of his first videos speak to one of the Fellowship’s core values — Sabbath… Continue reading

APF Statement on Florida Mass Shooting

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The Adventist Peace Fellowship is devastated by the mass killing of members of the LGBT community in Orlando, Florida. We extend our deepest grief and support to the families, partners, and friends of… Continue reading

Adventists Respond to Mass Shooting in Florida

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“Seventh-day Adventist congregations in Florida and California have reached out to LGBT+ communities in the wake of yesterday’s massacre at the Pulse gay club in Orlando, Florida. The shooting claimed the lives of… Continue reading

Adv Peace Radio — ADRA & the Refugee Crisis

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Welcome to Adventist Peace Radio, the podcast of the Adventist Peace Fellowship. You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes or Stitcher. In this episode, Jeff Boyd interviews members of the ADRA network… Continue reading

Adventist History Podcast: Civil War, Part 1

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Matthew Lucio, host of the Adventist History Podcast, recently posted an episode on the American Civil War (episode link, Facebook link). Episode 19: The War Between the States In this episode, we learn… Continue reading

AT: Observations of a Black Seventh-day Adventist American

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APF Board member and pastor Mark McCleary has recently begun writing for Adventist Today. His first article is titled, “Observations of a Black Seventh-day Adventist American.” The themes in this portion stood out… Continue reading

Adventist Author Using KickStarter to Fund Book on Social Justice Advocate

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Adventist author Debbonnaire Kovacs has launched a KickStarter campaign to fund a children’s book about John G. Fee. Kovacs describes Fee: Fee was an astonishing man for his time. In the 1850s, when race… Continue reading

Walla Walla University Opens Race and Ethnicity Studies Center

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Walla Walla University has opened the Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture—named after one of the first black tenure-track faculty members to be hired by an Adventist college… Continue reading

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