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Commentary: Happy Thanksgiving

Commentary: Happy Thanksgiving

Few countries in the world take gratitude as seriously as the United States of America. It has been historically ingrained in American culture to be thankful in everything. This even applies to...

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NAD partners with community to offer fresh food and wellness screenings for area residents.

NAD partners with community to offer fresh food and wellness screenings for area residents.

Approximately 275 visitors to the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division (NAD) headquarters in Columbia, Maryland, procured fresh produce and received free wellness screenings on Nov....

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Adventist University serves runners for health and peace in Lebanon

Adventist University serves runners for health and peace in Lebanon

“People were coming through just limping along, but when we started cheering for them, they would smile, pick up the pace, and keep going again. It was fulfilling for us to see that we made a...

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10 volunteers, 10 days in Iraq

10 volunteers, 10 days in Iraq

From November 4-14, the 9th “Humanitarian Intervention of International Solidarity with Refugees” took place within the Adventist Development and Relief (ADRA) project "Hope for Immigrants" in Erbil,...

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TED Year-End Meetings focus on retention, unity and mission

TED Year-End Meetings focus on retention, unity and mission

Eglė Miliūnienė is passionate about her faith.  After twelve years overseas she has just returned to her home country of Lithuania with her husband and three children.  Their purpose?  To be a witness...

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ADRA continues to assist victims of earthquakes in Mexico

ADRA continues to assist victims of earthquakes in Mexico

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Mexico continues to assist hundreds of families affected by the earthquakes which struck several states in September, toppling buildings, killing...

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