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Top Adventist statistician links mission offerings to prosperity at home

Top Adventist statistician links mission offerings to prosperity at home

The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s top statistician has examined and statistically verified a conviction by church co-founder Ellen G. White that prosperity in the home work depends on generosity in...

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ADRA takes initiative to minimize onset disasters

ADRA takes initiative to minimize onset disasters

Disasters take a toll on people’s lives. Millions lose their homes and jobs because of extreme weather, and countries are impacted heavily by economic losses and potential environmental hazards. In...

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In St. Thomas, church impacts families through neighbor-to-neighbor community initiative

In St. Thomas, church impacts families through neighbor-to-neighbor community initiative

Seventh-day Adventists from the Shiloh Adventist Church recently provided spiritual support, health and wellness services, school supplies and personal items to dozens in the surrounding community of...

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ADRA president Jonathan Duffy steps down

ADRA president Jonathan Duffy steps down

Jonathan Duffy, president of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) International, has stepped down, effective immediately, from his role due to personal reasons.  “The ADRA Board has...

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Return to Palau: A journey of healing and restoration

Return to Palau: A journey of healing and restoration

Editor’s Note: This weekend, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson will interview Melissa Gibson on his program “Revival For Mission.”The program airs this Friday, Oct. 4,...

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Students plant tree seedlings to strengthen the environment

Students plant tree seedlings to strengthen the environment

Students at Posse Adventist School in Goiás, Brazil, recently planted more than 300 Ipê tree seedlings on the school campus as part of the “Sustainable School” project, an initiative of the Adventist...

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Chosen International Camporee—donated items pour in to aid ministries

Chosen International Camporee—donated items pour in to aid ministries

When Kiana Roat, former principal of Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy in Wisconsin, approached Pathfinder area coordinator Becky Zeismer last year with the idea of collecting sleeping bags no longer...

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African American father and his son.

How you can help your kids deal with suicidal thoughts

Situations that cause people to feel hopeless are unique in each case — but having suicidal thoughts is not. These thoughts can be overwhelming and frightening, and it can be challenging for a child...

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No leg, new life

No leg, new life

Lepani Kuruduadua felt like his life was over. The retired schoolteacher accidentally cut his right leg with a knife while repairing a church in a Fijian village, Naqarani. The wound didn’t heal and,...

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Church member encourages 165 people to study Sabbath School Lesson

Church member encourages 165 people to study Sabbath School Lesson

Helping people meet Jesus goes beyond an invitation to go to Sabbath morning worship services. It is necessary to bring our neighbors to a deep knowledge of the Word of God, so they may have the...

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