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NAD NewsPoints, 2010
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NAD NewsPoints headlines for December 16, 2010:
  • Serving in our Communities
  • A Message from the President
  • They All Joined Together Constantly in Prayer
  • Neal C. Wilson, Former Adventist Church President, Dies at 90
  • Adventist Church Leadership Urges Focus on Prayer, Spiritual Renewal this christmas, New Year's
  • John Bradshaw is the new 'It Is Written' Speaker/Director
 
NAD NewsPoints headlines for December 9, 2010:
  • Strategic Plan Adopted for the North American Division: Reach North America
  • NAD NewsPoints
  • Southern Celebrates 60 years of Accreditation
  • Committed Wows NBC's 'The Sing Off'

Friday Facts headlines for December 3, 2010:
  • Seventh-day Adventist Church Joins Forces with White House Health Initiative
  • Shawn Boonstra Relinquishes Post at It Is Written
  • Holiday Programming for 2010
  • North American Division Welcomes New Staff Members
Friday Facts headlines for November 19, 2010:
  • EL CENTINELA® Announces Major Redesign
  • New President for the Mid-America Union
  • Hope Channel's New Coverage
  • The NAD Edition fo Adventist World   now Online
  • The Adventists Receives an Award
  • Andrews Student to Compete on NBC's "The Sing-off"
Friday Facts headlines for November 12, 2010:
  • Commissioned Ministers can Lead Conferences
  • ADRA Update: relief in Indonesia and Haiti
  • Loma Linda's Emmy Award Winning Show Airs
  • Canadian Adventist Messenger now Online
Friday Facts headlines for November 5, 2010:
  • North American Division Year-end Meetings
  • Oakwood University has a New President
  • NAD Communication Director
  • Mount Ellis Gets a Check
  • Margolis Named CMIO for Adventist Health
  • Center for Youth Evangelism Celebrates 30th Anniversary
  • School of Religion Inaugurates E.G. White Institute
  • Understanding our Soteriological Heritage Arminianism and Adventism Symosium held at the Seminary
  • Illinois Conference Constituency Session
Friday Facts headlines for October 29, 2010:
  • Abandoned Churches in Alaska Home Again to Adventist Ministry
  • Adventist Community Services Among the Top Five Organizations for Mass Care
  • Southern Student Selected as Jeopardy! Contestant
  • Fall Board of Trustees Report: Transfer of Griggs Ownership a Key Topic

Friday Facts headlines for October 22, 2010:
  • Adventist Health Named Among Nation's Home Care Elite
  • Adults Wanted for an Avocado Research Study
  • Montana Conference Elects Merlin Knowles President
  • Andrews Sophomore WIns Prestigious American Chemical Society Scholarshi
Friday Facts headlines for October 15, 2010:
  • Hope Amid Crisis: Revelation Unveiled
  • "Take Shape for Life"
 
Friday Facts headlines for October 8, 2010:
  • Hope Channel to Broadcast Adventist Church World Council Church Services
  • Adventist Health Hospitals Top "Best" Lists
Friday Facts headlines for October 1, 2010:
  • Review and Herald Revamp Follows April Management Shift
  • Adventist-run Ministry to Muslims to be Featured in Parade magazine
  • Ancient Cuneiform Tablet Donated to Horn Museum
Friday Facts headlines for September 24, 2010:
  • Adventist Church to Mark 150th Anniversary of its Name
  • Bermuda Has Survived Hurricane Igor
  • Breath of Life Ministries to Record New Programming
  • Christian Record Receives 2010 BBB Integrity Award
  • Atlantic Union College Accreditaion Update
  • PUC Welcomes New Vice President for Financial Administration
Friday Facts headlines for this September 17, 2010:
  • Adly Campos: First Woman Speaker for any NET Series
  • Enrollment Surpasses 3,000
  • Third Year for Perfect Teacher Preparation Program Score
  • Roscoe Howard to become Adventist Health VP for Mission and Ministries
  • Dodds Announces Retirement as Executive Vice President/COO of Adventist Health
Friday Facts headlines for September 10, 2010:
  • Adventist World Church President Dismayed by Planned Quran Burning
  • Mount Ellis Academy Receives 14,006 votes
  • Loma Linda University Collaborates with Local Community on Environmental Justice
  • Adventist Health Signs Contract to help the Community
Friday Facts headlines for September 3, 2010:
  • John Loor Elected as NPUC Excecutive Secretary
  •  $2.1 Million NIH Grant will Enable Loma Linda University Pharmacy Professor to Study HIV/AIDS prevention
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