Rupert Salmon-Black Seventh-day Adventist Television Station Owner
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Rupert Salmon-Black Seventh-day Adventist Television Station Owner

On November 17, 2020, Rupert Salmon of the Spokane, Washington area became a trailblazer: He bought the television station operated by the Upper Columbia Conference and thus became one of the few black television station owners and in all likelihood became the first black Seventh-day Adventist station owner. His journey began in Kingston, Jamaica. He...

November 25, 2020November 25, 2020by
Office for Regional Ministries Sponsors “5 At 5” Series
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Office for Regional Ministries Sponsors “5 At 5” Series

Beginning on August 29, the Office for Regional Conference Ministries sponsored a series of 5 roundtables on 5 Sabbaths, at 5:00 p.m., Eastern. The series was called “5 At 5”. The intent of this series was to follow-up on the issues raised during the Regional Conference Convocation, July 8-11.  The ultimate goal is for this...

October 2, 2020October 2, 2020by
Why You Should Vote
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Why You Should Vote

In a little over a month, the United States will complete the process of going to the polls to elect (among other offices) the person who serve as President. I have several enduring memories about the last Presidential election-back in 2016. One comes from being in the barber shop the day after the election, getting...

October 2, 2020October 2, 2020by
Latest Regional Conference 2020 Tithe Report-the Lord Continues to Bless
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Latest Regional Conference 2020 Tithe Report-the Lord Continues to Bless

When the coronavirus pandemic began closing churches-Adventist and non-Adventist-back in March, there was concern among administrators as to how their organizations could survive without the weekly collection of tithe and offering in churches. The situation seemed particular challenging for Regional Conferences; first, their per capita income is approximately one third less than State Conferences and...

October 2, 2020October 2, 2020by