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Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ukraine thanks Adventist Church members for their prayers

Dear brothers and sisters! Peace and grace of our Lord and Jesus Christ may be multiplied! Many of you have received information through the communication department of your organizations about the difficulties, which our Church is faced with in the East of Ukraine. We did not hurry to give any information about the situation in order not to damage our brothers and sisters or to turn up the heat for our Church in the region. We would like to express to you our deep gratitude for your personal...

ADRA Connections offers service scholarships to young adults to volunteer overseas

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)’s global volunteer program ADRA Connections is launching a new service scholarship that will allow thousands of young people in the U.S. to be more active through volunteerism and become agents of change to contribute to the development of communities abroad.  “We want to challenge the new generation of young people to be more involved in service, so they have a greater understanding of the needs of communities around the world, experience new...

Prison Ministry promotes social reintegration of inmates

Prison is home to nearly 725,000 of Brazil’s population according to a survey by the department of pastoral care in prisons released in September 2018. According to an official statement from the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, the system has about half that number. "I spent seven long years in prison without any perspective," says José Vanderlei Leal, former inmate that today works for the Prison Mission Ministry, connected to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Born in Piauí, he went...

Maryland church partners with ADRA, medical personnel to provide relief

On November 7, 2018, more than 50 volunteers traveled to Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to launch the “Haiti, We Hear You” mission campaign. Through the partnership of the Capitol Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church (CHC), ADRA Connections—the volunteer program of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)—and private sector partners from Maryland and the District of Columbia, a team of doctors, nurses and students will help 185 families displaced after the devastating earthquake in 2010. ...

In Haiti, Church welcomes Pastor Ted. N.C. Wilson in advance of territory-wide year-end meetings

Seventh-day Adventist World Church President Pastor Ted N.C. Wilson and wife Nancy were greeted by church leaders in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, during a special welcome at the Toussaint Louverture International Airport’s diplomatic lounge earlier today. The Adventist world leader was joined by top Inter-American Division (IAD) administrators and local church leaders for a four-day stay on the island nation. “The Church in Haiti has been waiting to welcome you back and wants to hear your message,”...

First-ever Center for Digital Evangelism established in the Philippines

In line with the Adventist World Radio’s (AWR) continuous effort in sharing the Good News to unreached people groups, the Southern Asia-Pacific headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist church inaugurated the first-ever AWR Center for Digital Evangelism in Silang, Cavite, Philippines. The firstof its kind, the Center for Digital Evangelism (CDE) purposes to connect to radio contacts, leading themto in-depth learning about Jesus through Bible studies and online evangelism, finally leading them...

World Orphans-Vulnerable Children’s Sabbath

World Orphans Day was created by The Stars Foundation to raise awareness about the number of children in this world who lack something most of us take for granted: parents. The Stars Foundation™, founded by Cheryl in early 1990’s, was committed to helping youth at risk and child abuse victims through strategic relationships with non-profit organizations.  Their wish was for this day to motivate people to help in any way they can. World Orphans Day falls on the second Monday of each November....

Drivers and onlookers are prayed for during breast cancer awareness outreach

Dozens of prayers and gifts were offered to drivers and onlookers who took the time to stop during a Breast Cancer Awareness outreach activity led by Inter-American Division (IAD) staff outside the IAD headquarter offices in Miami, Florida, last week. “This is all about bringing awareness, comfort and support to anyone who is undergoing treatment or knows someone suffering from breast cancer,” said Jainie Pita, human resources director of the IAD and main organizer of the activity held on Oct....

 

 

 

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