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Adventist News Network director Ansel Oliver presented in Sao Paulo on June 28, 2012, how to take your reporting to the next level -- by going deeper into the story. Though there are no notes, these ...

Adventist News Network director Ansel Oliver presented in Sao Paulo on June 28, 2012, how to take your reporting to the next level -- by going deeper into the story. Though there are no notes, these are the slides, which were requested by Felipe Lemos.

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SAD thursday SAD thursday Presentation Transcript

  • The meeting is not the newsA group photo is not the news
  • The news is the issue.The news is the result of the meeting.The news is a picture of the issue.The news is a picture of the newsmaker.
  • More than 300 people met at the Sao Paulocommunity auditorium on June 28 for a meetingof Women’s Ministries with the theme“Sharing God’s Hope.”
  • An Adventist Health Ministries meeting was heldfrom June 20 to 25 at the Lima Central AdventistChurch with the theme “God’s Healing Power.”
  • About 7 billion people are meeting on June 28on planet Earth with the theme “life.”
  • board meeting -- report the result speech -- report the main point
  • The Davis Central Adventist Church board last nightvoted to build a school that will serve 200 Adventiststudents currently enrolled in a troubled public school.Board members approved $900,000 over the nexttwo years to begin construction of the school on church property.La junta de la Iglesia Adventista Davisvotó el día de ayer construir una escuelaque prestará servicios a 200 estudiantesadventistas que actualmente asisten a una eLos miembros de la junta votaron 9-2la aprobación de $600,000 por lossiguientes dos años, para la construcciónde la escuela en el terreno de la iglesia
  • Seventh-day Adventists in Romania can use their position asEurope’s largest community of believers to positively impact theregion, the denomination’s top official said during a recent visit.Adventist world church President Ted N. C. Wilson called onchurch membership in Romania to continue to embrace thechurch’s “unifying” mission and support it through promotion ofchurch initiatives such as The Great Controversy Project.“God has blessed His people here in Romania. He blessed youwith an enthusiasm for His work [and] He’s blessed you withlove for the Adventist message,” Wilson said.Wilson spoke to an audience of some 4,000 church members inBucharest’s Palace Hall, once a landmark of the former Communistregime.
  • Journalism patternsjournalismpatterns.blogspot.com
  • Journalism patternsjournalismpatterns.blogspot.com August 30 November 30 March 7
  • Girls in the Tboli hillside region typically marry atages 12 to 14 and soon begin having children.Adventist leaders hope newly converted memberswho have followed their pastor to the Adventistfaith will push their daughters toward educationinstead of early marriage.
  • Las niñas en la región de las laderas Tbolinormalmente se casan a edades de 12 a 14 yluego empezar a tener hijos. Los líderes adventistasesperan los miembros recién convertidos que hanseguido a su pastor a la fe adventista se empujan asus hijas a la educación en lugar del matrimonio precoz.
  • December 7, 2010news.adventist.org
  • Report the Adventist positionon community issues
  • Seventh-day Adventists need to reprioritize their historic anti-tobacco message, church health officials say.At the forefront of the smoking-cessation movement fordecades, the church’s efforts have lately lost their edge, saysAdventist world church Health Ministries Associate Director Dr.Peter Landless.The challenge to regroup comes as anti-smoking advocates gearup for this year’s World No Tobacco Day. The annual emphasisday, observed May 31 and sponsored by the World HealthOrganization (WHO), is meant to educate policymakers and thepublic about the tobacco industry’s tactics.
  • May 29, 2012news.adventist.org
  • Ansel OliverOliverA@gc.adventist.org