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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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Celebrating freedom through singing

Celebrating freedom through singing

Estonia is a small state by the Baltic Sea in north-eastern Europe with the population of 1.3 million. Right on the border between east and west it is a country squeezed between two mindsets –...

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Lay-led evangelism yields over 370 baptisms in Southern Philippines

Lay-led evangelism yields over 370 baptisms in Southern Philippines

A group of Adventist lay people in the Southern Philippines teamed up to participate in the Total Member Involvement initiative by holding a public evangelistic meeting, which resulted in the baptism...

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Justice Prevails in Angola for Five Adventist Men

A full acquittal by the Supreme Court of Angola on May 15 has ended a two-year legal ordeal for four Seventh-day Adventist Church pastors and one layperson falsely accused in an abduction conspiracy. ...

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ADRA President: “Poverty plants the seeds of religious violence”

ADRA President: “Poverty plants the seeds of religious violence”

Jonathan Duffy, president of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, spoke in front of a packed room during the second annual Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom Summit at the U.S....

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Jefferson City mayor thanks Iowa-Missouri Conference for disaster relief efforts

Jefferson City mayor thanks Iowa-Missouri Conference for disaster relief efforts

On Sabbath, June 8, Jefferson City mayor Carrie Tergin stopped by the 2019 Iowa-Missouri Camp Meeting in Centralia, Missouri, to express her thanks for recent disaster relief efforts Adventists have...

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Single mother presented with a renovated house

Single mother presented with a renovated house

Nilda Santos da Silva, 51, is a single mother of five children. For 13 years she has lived in a small house with two rooms—a kitchen and bedroom—in Jardim Colombo on the west side of São Paulo. She...

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Adventist University of the Philippines celebrates first commencement of College of Medicine

Adventist University of the Philippines celebrates first commencement of College of Medicine

Referred to as the “Prima Lux” or “First Light,” sixteen aspiring physicians celebrated their historic achievement June 21-23, 2019,  as the first graduates from the Adventist University of the...

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Unexpected pregnancy changes Polish Mother’s heart

Unexpected pregnancy changes Polish Mother’s heart

Halina Pastuszko decided that she didn’t want any more children after giving birth to a third daughter in Poland. But she learned at the age of 42, the same year that her first grandchild was born,...

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