Adventist Church’s Mission Impact Fund will zero in on local church initiatives.
Month: April 2022
‘Church Leaders Should Be Health Educators as Much as Gospel Preachers’
Graduating lifestyle medicine student responds to health crisis in the Solomon Islands.
New ‘Armor of God’ App Aims to Engage Children with Games and Activities
Development is part of the Adventist Church push to get everyone involved in mission.
Health Professionals Challenged to Embrace Adventist Health Ministry
“The more perfect our health, the more perfect our labor,” leader tells them.
Running for Adventist Education and Child Hunger in Colorado
Local church initiative in the U.S. drives a community to support good causes.
After Evangelism, Churches and Radio Stations Are Rising in the Philippines
In Mindoro, successful evangelistic initiatives come with new challenges.
Art as a Spiritual Experience
Artist Shona Macomber explains how she seeks to glorify God through her artwork.
From Instagram to Baptism
Serbian digital evangelist leads teens to baptism by sharing Bible prophecies.
Push to Get Important Legislation in Australia Back on the Agenda
Religious Discrimination Bill is key to protecting faith-based schools, church leaders say.
Adventist HealthCare Recognized for Leadership Excellence
Organization recently earned the Malcolm Baldrige Category Best Practice Recognition.
Blessed to Be a Blessing
Pathway to Health volunteers are thankful they can serve others as Jesus did.
Biker in Brazil Prevents Woman from Committing Suicide
Adventist motorcycle ministry has helped transform dozens of lives.
The Bible Has a Lot to Say about Human Sexuality, Adventist Scholars Say
New volume seeks to connect biblical principles with current discussions on sex issues.
‘He’s an Adventist Too’
Pathway to Health Indianapolis opening brings opportunities to show God’s love.
New Ministry Center in Canada Will Energize Students, Churches for Mission
Burman Ministry Centre seeks to train and support Adventist leaders.
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