Large numbers of people on three continents face hardship in the aftermath.
Category 5 storm Mangkhut hit Luzon on September 15; millions are affected.
National authorities estimate that up to 400 people have lost their lives.
Humanitarian agency moves to assist affected communities through local churches.
His wife, children, mother-in-law, and niece died when house top floor collapsed.
Earthquakes in Indonesia and a flash-flood in Laos prompt Adventist response.
Adventist camp evacuated last year because of another fire is safe.
Safety precautions force Camp Wawona and Pine Springs Ranch to cancel camps.
Hundreds of members gathered in the nation’s capital to reflect, worship, and pray.
ADRA-sponsored initiative appeals for additional support to help displaced people.
Displaced residents get shelter and food; children flown to Adventist summer camp.
Church releases an appeal expressing concern, asking for resolutions.
ADRA is assisting them and many others with water, food, and supplies.
Three months after Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, work has begun to rebuild classrooms at Beulah Adventist College, a Seventh-day Adventist school on the […]
Eight months after Hurricane Irma, worshipers are meeting in lower level.