Ansel Oliver, Adventist News Network
Leaders of two religious groups that are committed to defending religious freedom and families met in Maryland last week.
"On Thursday, 24 April, Mormon leaders Elder L. Tom Perry and Elder Ronald A. Rasband met with senior leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church at their worldwide headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. Elder Perry and Elder Rasband were warmly received, enjoyed a tour of the faith’s headquarters facilities and discussed opportunities for partnering on religious freedom initiatives," according to mormonnewsroom.org.
Adventist Church Vice President Lowell Cooper expressed appreciation for the visit.
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