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Cigarette causes more than 50 types of diseases, including cancer

According to the National Cancer Institute (INCA), more than 150,000 people die annually in Brazil from complications associated with smoking. Around the world, more 8 million die each year because of...

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World Refugee Sabbath to be celebrated June 20

World Refugee Sabbath to be celebrated June 20

What do you think the kingdom of God is like? What do you dream of when you think of the kingdom of God? As Seventh-day Adventists, we long for a kingdom of peace where there is no pain, no fighting,...

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Creationist series takes teens to explore the Galapagos

Creationist series takes teens to explore the Galapagos

To help strengthen belief in the Bible account of Creation, Seventh-day Adventists in South America have produced “Adventures in Galapagos,” a two-episode television series as part of an...

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Pacific schools respond to coronavirus crisis

Pacific schools respond to coronavirus crisis

Feeling as though the campus was the safest place they could be, teachers and ancillary staff of Betikama Adventist College (BAC) and their families remained on campus during the COVID-19 lockdown.  ...

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Commentary: Let’s Open Our Eyes

A solution to the problem of the great global crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic would be that we would be able to see the virus. The fact that borders and non-essential businesses have been...

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When pandemic cut blood supply, Korea’s Seventh-day Adventists stepped in

When pandemic cut blood supply, Korea’s Seventh-day Adventists stepped in

A Seventh-day Adventist congregation in Cheonghak-ri, a village in South Korea’s Gyeonggi region, held a blood drive to help replenish stock diminished by the coronavirus pandemic. On a recent...

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Seventh-day Adventists in Brazil promote religious liberty amid pandemic conditions

Seventh-day Adventists in Brazil promote religious liberty amid pandemic conditions

An annual observance of State Religious Freedom Week in the Brazilian state of São Paulo took on special significance in 2020 due to the global pandemic and lockdown. The São Paulo Legislative...

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Online prayer meeting for PMM Missionaries during pandemic quarantine

Online prayer meeting for PMM Missionaries during pandemic quarantine

Thirty-four missionaries from the Northern Asia Pacific Division (NSD) of the Seventh-day Adventist world church took to the internet recently for a prayer meeting with division officials. Part of the...

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Inter-America’s online SeLD Conference will focus on leadership in unusual times

Inter-America’s online SeLD Conference will focus on leadership in unusual times

The 4th Annual Segment Leadership Development (SeLD) Conference promises to be one of the largest leadership training sessions for Seventh-day Adventist Church administrators and leaders across the...

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Blessed hope or blessed calculation?

Blessed hope or blessed calculation?

When will Jesus come again? It is what we as Seventh-day Adventists call ‘the blessed hope’. It is part of our name – our calling. We are Adventists! But when will he come? Recently there has been a...

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