In the Philippines, AIIAS event raises interest in “topics of uncertainty and disruption.”
Month: October 2019
‘Jesus and Politics’ Conference Calls for Reflection and Involvement
Andrews University event invites Adventists to not divorce the gospel from civil rights.
In Centennial Year, Family Ministries Introduces New ‘Couple’s Bible’
Project in partnership with Editorial Safeliz includes resources, study tools.
Spiritual Ambassadors Bring Comfort and Hope at Adventist Hospital
In health care settings, active listening and prayer can go a long way to connect.
New International Center for Trauma Seeks to Provide Support, Training
Andrews University School of Social Work initiative will support churches, communities.
Life-Sized Tabernacle Replica Comes to Alaska
In Anchorage, Messiah’s Mansion sparks interest, follow-ups.
In Fiji, Conference Remembers Unsung Heroes of Adventist Mission
Event highlights the Adventist contribution to spreading the gospel across the Pacific.
Adventist Communicators Meet for Development, Inspiration, and Networking
Annual SAC North American convention brings a diverse group together for the three-day event.
In Inter-America, Church Leaders Take a Close Look at Membership Losses
Since 2010, the region has lost almost a million members.
Adventist Church president in Norway Raises Thousands for ADRA in Marathon
Victor Marley raised more than US$6,000 to support children’s education.
Cuba Adventist Seminary Will Benefit from Distance Education Classroom
U.S.-based Southern Adventist University creates a digital learning space to train Cuban pastors.
Ministering on the Mount of Olives
In Colombia, a small Adventist mountain group is bringing hope to the hopeless.
In Colombia, Hundreds Run in Adventist-Organized Race
‘Let’s Move to Live’ initiative seeks to promote a healthy lifestyle.
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