Samoan-born Tulaga Aiolupotea is revolutionizing urban ministry through graffiti.
Month: March 2018
Story on Adventist World Moves Australian to Bible Paraphrase Write-up
News of a Korean who wrote the Bible by hand inspires retired church worker.
Adventist Youth and Children Partner for Service in Romania
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Romania partnered with the Youth and Children Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the country […]
Inter-America Votes In New President and Executive Secretary
Nominating committee recommends Elie Henry and Leonard Johnson for the positions.
Oakwood University Statement Regarding Its Alumni Association
Alumni Association has lost its tax exempt status, leading to fundraising challenges
Australia’s Prime Minister Thanks Adventist Agency Volunteers
ADRA rushed to shelter people displaced in the wake of devastating bushfires.
“Disruptive” Adventist YouTuber Goes ‘Fishing’ Millennials in Argentina
The pros of Sabbath rest and the book of Revelation study. The pros or cons of dancing or getting a tattoo. The cons […]
In Mexico, Adventist Church Help Believers Affected by Religious Intolerance
New believers were expelled from their communities, their houses destroyed.
Adventist University Inaugurates New Health Sciences Simulation Center
Facility will benefit hundreds of healthcare students in Puerto Rico.
Adventist Student, One of Just Seven Survivors in Kiribati Ferry Tragedy
Teenager was rescued 12 days after ship capsized, claiming more than 80 lives.
Volunteer Teams Save Much-Needed School from Closing in Uruguay
Helpers from several countries give local Adventist institution another chance.
Inter-American Division President Announces Retirement
Israel Leito led the Inter-American Division for almost a quarter of a century.
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