Today we're talking with Ray Dabrowski, Director of Communication for the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Ray has pioneered two major innovations in church communication, namely the Adventist News Network and the Global Internet Evangelism Forum. ANN provides reported stories of Adventists engaged with contemporary issues and the Global Internet Evangelism Network (GIEN) brings together church leaders and Adventism's technologists.
We discuss the emerging ways that Adventists are walking the talk of the church.
Rajmund Dabrowski comes from Poland. Following his studies in religion and journalism at Newbold College in England, and at Andrews University in the United States, he held positions of editor-in-chief and manager of the Church’s publishing house, as well as Communication Director, in Poland.
In 1985 he was elected as Communication, Public Affairs & Religious Liberty Director of the Trans-European Division, headquartered in St. Albans, England, and became Communication Director for the World Church in 1994.
Dabrowski is also a photographer and has authored numerous articles and books. As part of his responsibilities at the General Conference of the Church in Silver Spring, Maryland, he is also Director of the Adventist News Network, and has coordinated a process to establish the church’s global corporate identity (logo).
He is married to Grazyna Dabrowska and they have an adult son, Michal.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/669