Monthly Archive: April, 2015

UK Adventists and WWI Tribunals

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Victor Hulbert, communication director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the UK and Ireland, has posted a short article about the role of tribunals for WWI recruits. Hulbert explains: Approximately 130 Seventh-day Adventist… Continue reading

APF Listed in Best Practices for Adventist Ministry

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The Adventist Peace Fellowship was recently covered in Best Practices for Adventist Ministry, an email service provided by the Ministerial Department of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The email… Continue reading

Glendale City Church Remembers the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide (by Todd Leonard)

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(The following article was submitted by Todd Leonard, pastor of Glendale City Church, the first Adventist church to become a fully certified Adventist Peace Church.) In April 1915, an edict went out from… Continue reading

How will your congregation mark Memorial Day?: A Liturgy for Adventist Peace Sabbath, May 23

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The Adventist Peace Fellowship has designated May 23, 2015 as the first annual Adventist Peace Sabbath.  May 23 is the Sabbath before Memorial Day in the U.S. calendar and so an occasion when some… Continue reading

Adventists and the Death Penalty: Why Are We Silent?

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(The following article is an original contribution to the APF blog by Herbert Bodenmann, Communication and PARL-Director of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Switzerland pictured below.) On March 3, 2015, – the Thursday before… Continue reading

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