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TED providing the key for the future of mission

TED providing the key for the future of mission

He started with the word ‘amazed’ on day 1 and concluded with ‘encouraged’ on day 5 -- the final day of Trans-European Division Year End meetings in Bečići, Montenegro, 21 – 25 November 21-25. Artur...

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Seventh-day Adventist Church adopts new brand promise

Seventh-day Adventist Church adopts new brand promise

“We can help you understand the Bible to find freedom, healing and hope in Jesus.” The Adventist Promise sets a clear expectation of what the worldwide public can expect from all Adventist entities...

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Former drug addicts make decisions for Christ

Former drug addicts make decisions for Christ

Former drug addicts were among 23 people who were baptized on November 25 at Kita Kore Seventh-day Adventist Church in Dei District of Western Highlights, Papua New Guinea. The baptisms followed a...

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Young woman with cancer travels halfway across Brazil to participate in Reset camp

Young woman with cancer travels halfway across Brazil to participate in Reset camp

Rosangela Cardoso is a youth leader and physical education teacher at an Adventist school in Tucurui, southern Para, Brazil. “Two years ago it became painful for me to breathe. At first, doctors said...

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Hope Radio goes to air in Kirbati

Hope Radio goes to air in Kirbati

The South Pacific’s newest Adventist Hope radio station has hit the airwaves, aimed at sharing the good news about Jesus to the residents of Kiribati. The new station is located at the Kiribati...

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Unprecedented numbers of migrants and refugees means new religious freedom challenges, say scholars

Unprecedented numbers of migrants and refugees means new religious freedom challenges, say scholars

As the number of migrants and refugees worldwide continues to surge, a panel of scholars convened last month by the International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA) says more must be done to deal...

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Mega Health Expo brings together 7,000 young people in downtown Curitiba

Mega Health Expo brings together 7,000 young people in downtown Curitiba

It was 9am on a Sabbath morning and thousands of Seventh-day Adventist youth were missing from their churches. Without any more information, this would be disturbing news. Actually, it was the result...

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Andrews University’s Envision Magazine wins Pacemaker Award

Andrews University’s Envision Magazine wins Pacemaker Award

On Oct. 27, 2018, Andrews University’s student-produced Envision magazine received a Pacemaker award from the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP). Known as “collegiate journalism’s preeminent award,”...

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Southwestern Adventist University communication professors receive Emmy Awards

Southwestern Adventist University communication professors receive Emmy Awards

Southwestern Adventist University’s department of communication has won an Emmy® award — considered the highest honor in the television industry — at a televised awards ceremony in Houston, Texas, on...

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Tim Cahill visits Auburn Adventist school

Tim Cahill visits Auburn Adventist school

Ahead of his last-ever game for Australia tomorrow night, soccer legend Tim Cahill visited Auburn Seventh-day Adventist School this morning. Star-struck kids were offered the opportunity to interact...

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