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Leaders to Address Church Via Special Satellite Uplink
« on: September 13, 2001, 10:03:00 AM »
September 13, 2001 Silver Spring, Maryland, USA .... [Bettina Krause/ANN]

Spiritual reflection and response to this week's terrorist tragedy will be the focus of a special half-hour program to be broadcast this weekend on the Seventh-day Adventist Church's worldwide satellite network.

Pastor Jan Paulsen, president of the world church, Pastor Don Schneider, president of the church in North America, and Adventist evangelist Mark Finley, will each speak during the program, entitled "A Seventh-day Adventist Response to the U.S.Tragedy."

"In times like these, people feel a need to come together--to reflect, to console each other, and to call on God for guidance and comfort," says Larry Colburn, assistant to the Adventist Church president. "Through this satellite program, we want to help draw together as many as possible of our 12 million-member international family and all others who want to participate, for prayer and mutual support."

The program will be broadcast by Adventist Global Communication Network (AGCN) and its regional networks around the world, going first to the Pacific Rim, followed by Africa, Europe, and Inter and South America. Each of these regions will receive the signal Friday evening, local time.

In North America the program will be broadcast at 9:30 p.m. Eastern time Friday, September 14, by Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN). Adventist Communication Network (ACN) will broadcast the program to downlink sites at 8:00 a.m. Eastern time Sabbath (Saturday), September 15.

There are about 12,000 Adventist satellite downlink sites internationally, predominantly at local churches. For specific information for your region go to  The program can also be viewed on 3ABNís Web site at

Source: Adventist News Network

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