In Memory

Lesenamore Thulaganyo Mokgwane served as a chaplain to the Botswana Defence Force. ACM mourns his unexpected death on December 26, 2019.  The Adventist Chaplain, Issue 4, 2015, profiled

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1st Adventist CPE Center Opens on the African Continent

This is a portion of the opening ceremonies of the first Seventh-day Adventist Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) center on the continent of Africa. The Center is located on the campus of Babcock University Hospital. It is a joint effort of Kettering Medical Center, Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries-GC, the West Central Africa...

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Chaplaincy Edition of Ministry Magazine Wins Award

Ministry Magazine is a member of the Associated Church Press (ACP). Each Spring, during the annual ACP Convention, faith communicators are honored for their contributions in the religious press arena. At the April 2019 ACP Convention, Ministry Magazine received  an “Award of Merit”  for the July 2018 issue on Chaplaincy. To...

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World Service Organization Highlights Non-Combatancy Position

The official position that advocates non-combatancy was the focus of the two-day Seventh-day Adventists and Military-related Service Conference at the General Conference Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. “Traditionally, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has advocated a non-combatant status,” says Dr. Mario E. Ceballos, Director/Endorser, General Conference World Service Organization and Director,...

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