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Generous Pathfinders support mission, share talent

Generous Pathfinders support mission, share talent

Trans-European Division (TED) Pathfinders raised almost £16,000 for two mission projects in Albania and the Dominican Republic during their international camporee in Ardingly, England, 30 July – 6...

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Seventh-day Adventist World Church President writes letter of encouragement to church members in Burundi

The following message has been sent to our faithful brothers and sisters in Burundi via the East-Central Africa Division, and a copy has been posted on the website of the East-Central Africa Division ...

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Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America issues statement against recent shootings in Texas and Ohio

Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America issues statement against recent shootings in Texas and Ohio

Hatred. Bigotry. Racism. These utterly deplorable words and actions are on the hearts and minds of many people today. Acts of violence are becoming a regular occurrence, and the shock at these...

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Giving a helping hand

Adventist Community Services Supply Spiritual and Emotional Support After El Paso, Texas, Mass Shooting

Shortly after a gunman fired on crowds in a Walmart and its parking lot in El Paso, Texas, on Aug. 3, local Adventist Community Service Disaster Response (ACS DR) leader Marshall Gonzales reached out...

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Candle in the dark

The Texico Conference and Ohio Conference of Seventh-day Adventists respond to mass shootings in their territory.

Editor’s Note:  On Saturday, August 3, 2019, a lone gunman opened fire in an El Paso Walmart in the U.S. state of Texas. 20 people were killed and at least 26 more wounded. The suspect was captured...

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“Put a pin in it”

“Put a pin in it”

Tens of thousands of Pathfinders are preparing for the Chosen International Camporee that will take place in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on Aug. 13-17, 2019. They’re double checking the website for the...

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Half of Polish baptisms generated from one, special campground

Half of Polish baptisms generated from one, special campground

They come for many reasons – but they principally come because of the dream of one man, Ryszard Jankowski. Thirty years ago, he was Youth and Pathfinder director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church...

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La Sierra University Enactus Jamaica eLibrary project lands team in national spotlight.

La Sierra University Enactus Jamaica eLibrary project lands team in national spotlight.

As La Sierra University Enactus teammates Patrina Jamieson and Sherika Moulton watched from the floor of the cavernous Kansas City Convention Center on May 7, 2019, an emcee blared final results of...

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Good mood foods: Can you munch your way to happiness?

We all know that eating well is important for your health, but did you know it can impact your mood as well? Your brain works 24/7 and, just like a car, it will perform better with premium fuel. What...

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Amidst the Ebola virus outbreak, ADRA works to ensure malnourished children are fed

Amidst the Ebola virus outbreak, ADRA works to ensure malnourished children are fed

ADRA has been working in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) since 1984. From that time, the team has responded to the Ebola virus disease that struck the country ten times. The most recent...

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