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Seventh-day Adventist World Church President, Ted N.C. Wilson,  encourages members in Burundi

Seventh-day Adventist World Church President, Ted N.C. Wilson, encourages members in Burundi

Dear Esteemed Brothers and Sisters in Burundi, Again, it is a privilege to share with you scriptural and Spirit of Prophecy encouragement since you are part of our world family of the Seventh-day...

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Hungarian members challenged, called and chosen at mission camp meeting

Hungarian members challenged, called and chosen at mission camp meeting

Hungarian Adventists feel blessed to own and operate a campsite on the shores of beutiful Lake Balaton, a holiday resort some 90 minutes south-west of the capital, Budapest. While often busy with...

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Adventist Church continues relief efforts among devastation in Grand Bahama

Adventist Church continues relief efforts among devastation in Grand Bahama

Hurricane Dorian took the lives of seven of Shirley Smith’s family.  She struggles to articulate her grief, to express what she’s feeling. Smith is one of many in Grand Bahama who lost loved ones,...

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San doctors awarded for their care and commitment

San doctors awarded for their care and commitment

Sydney Adventist Hospital doctors have been recognized for their passion and expertise during the inaugural San Hospital Doctor Gala Dinner. Held at the Harbourside Taronga Function Center, the...

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Medical Cadets assist in Dorian recovery efforts

Medical Cadets assist in Dorian recovery efforts

As Hurricane Dorian bore down on the Bahamas and threatened landfall along the Eastern seaboard, Medical Cadet Corps (MCC) units began preparations to respond with assistance as needed. “Our Cadets...

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Girl forgoes birthday gifts to help children with cancer

Girl forgoes birthday gifts to help children with cancer

Is there a minimum age to exercise solidarity? The generous initiative of 7-year-old Maria Fernanda is evidence there is not. The little girl chose to celebrate her birthday by having a party with her...

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Inter-American leaders see Hurricane Dorian destruction firsthand

Inter-American leaders see Hurricane Dorian destruction firsthand

Snapped brown pine trees, downed electrical poles, mangled steel buildings, destroyed businesses, flattened neighborhoods, churches destroyed, and debris everywhere. That was the sight that greeted...

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ADRA distributes food and water to families hardest hit by Tropical Storm Podul

ADRA distributes food and water to families hardest hit by Tropical Storm Podul

On August 29, Tropical Storm Podul crossed into northeast and northern Thailand bringing heavy rainfall and high winds causing flash flooding and landslides across 32 provinces.  Due to the...

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Volunteers support Venezuelan families in Maranhão

Volunteers support Venezuelan families in Maranhão

“The resident alien who lives with you will be treated as a native of the land. Love him as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. ” This advice from Leviticus 19:34 was given to the Hebrews,...

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Christian Record Services for the Blind extend services worldwide

Christian Record Services for the Blind extend services worldwide

Christian Record Services for the Blind (CRS), a ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, has extended access to its proprietary online library to all of the divisions outside...

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