The leaders met with local leaders and members on a tour they called “very engaging.”
On Global Children’s Day in 2022, the Mongolian Mission (MM) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church organized a special program for children. They learned […]
After people helped her to finish her degrees, she decided to save to support others.
Initiative includes moving forward with plans to open a local theology school.
More are out there than we may think.
As I continue to teach my children and serve my community, God is enlarging my capacity to love.
“We always pray that many will be encouraged through our praise,” leader says.
Missionaries go to share the gospel, and discover they are learning more of it themselves.
ADRA Mongolia secures additional funding, keeps exceptionally active during the pandemic in 2021.
Activities included seminars for all ages, a talk show, a movie, kids’ time, and exercise.
Northern Asia-Pacific Adventist leaders say there is a lot to be thankful for in 2021.
Leaders and church members gather near the Korean Demilitarized Zone to pray.
God can take our frustrations, anger, and tears— whether we have good reason for our feelings or whether we think our reasons are trivial.
Young Korean missionaries are reaching out to secular campuses with visible results.
In the Northern Asia-Pacific Division, every Adventist school now has a space to highlight creation.