Tag: Adventist News Network


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Dec 2018
Hope Radio goes to air in Kirbati :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  South Tarawa, Kirbati  |  Tracey Bridcutt The South Pacific’s newest Adventist Hope radio station has hit the airwaves, aimed at sharing the good news about Jesus to the residents of Kiribati. The new station is located at the Kiribati Mission headquarters at Korobu, South Tarawa. On Monday, November 12, it went to air for the first time. Radio announcer Tarataake Angirio made the first transmission, later saying that it was an historic day for the Church. “It was something to be happy about and to be proud of as......

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05
Dec 2018
Young woman with cancer travels halfway across Brazil to participate in Reset camp :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  Castanhal, Para, Brazil  |  Anne Seixas Rosangela Cardoso is a youth leader and physical education teacher at an Adventist school in Tucurui, southern Para, Brazil. “Two years ago it became painful for me to breathe. At first, doctors said it was a temporary pain, a side effect of a pneumonia I had,” says Cardoso. Last year, in greater pain, she returned to the hospital. After running several tests, the doctors diagnosed her symptoms as emotionally related and gave her some medication. Her health only worsened.  A new reality......

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05
Dec 2018
Former drug addicts make decisions for Christ :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  Western Highlights, Papua New Guinea  |  Record Staff Former drug addicts were among 23 people who were baptized on November 25 at Kita Kore Seventh-day Adventist Church in Dei District of Western Highlights, Papua New Guinea. The baptisms followed a two-week evangelistic series conducted by district director Pastor Andrew Jacob. Solomon Paul, communication director for the Western Highlands Mission, said local minister Joe Aki had significantly influenced the lives of the drug-addicted men, who were despised in their community. He reached out to the men after their home......

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04
Dec 2018
Seventh-day Adventist Church adopts new brand promise :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  Silver Spring, Maryland, United States  |  ANN Staff “We can help you understand the Bible to find freedom, healing and hope in Jesus.” The Adventist Promisesets a clear expectation of what the worldwide public can expect from all Adventist entities and members.  The Adventist Promiseaims to deliver a clear message about what the movement stands for, and seeks to leave a lasting impression on people in the 21st century.  It is framed as a brand promise which is used by organizations worldwide to clearly explain what they offer to customers,......

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03
Dec 2018
Adventists join in Kids Off Nauru call :: Adventist News Network

Nov 09, 2018  |  Sydney, Australia  |  Nathan Brown Seventh-day Adventists were among a group of Australian Christians calling for the release of children held in immigration detention on Nauru. The statement was made by participants at the Justice Conference at the Melbourne Town Hall on October 27. “As Christians, we cannot in good faith be complicit in, or bystanders to acts of injustice,” said the statement. “When we see any of God’s children prevented from living life in all its fullness, we must speak out. “That is why we are adding......

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03
Dec 2018
Adventists and War – 100 years on since Armistice Day, November 11, 2018. :: Adventist News Network

It was called ‘the war to end all wars’.  Sadly, history tells another tale.  Despite the World War I (WWI) deaths of 17 million soldiers, with the injury of 21 million more, the Imperial War Museum in London records that war has taken place every single year since, killing an estimated 187 million people. This week the world looks back 100 years to armistice day 1918 and the end of WWI.  Yet reflecting — and looking forwards — provides a paradox for Seventh-day Adventist Christians.  As Christians we recognize that war and rumors of......

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02
Dec 2018
Facts to know about sudden cardiac arrest that could save lives :: Adventist News Network

Nov 11, 2018  |  Loma Linda, California, United States  |  Heather Jackson Nearly 400,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of a hospital each year in the United States, according to the American Heart Association. An electrophysiologist offers four tips he hopes will help make a difference in survival rates of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).​ Tahmeed A. Contractor, MD, clinical cardiac electrophysiologist at the Loma Linda University International Heart Institute, says that many of the patients he sees who have suffered from SCA have ignored their symptoms or knew very little about SCA. ​ Sudden cardiac arrest happens......

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02
Dec 2018
Peruvian viewer begins keeping the Sabbath after watching Hope Channel TV. :: Adventist News Network

Nov 11, 2018  |  Lima, Peru  |  Rosmery Sánchez, South American Division News Sometimes it seems that life goes in a straight line. However, there are situations that can change the course and send us in the opposite direction. “Hope Channel is an angel of God that flies through the air to reach homes, and it taught me great things that changed my life,” Isidoro Urrubari shares as he prepares for a short interview at Hope Channel Peru headquarters in Lima, Peru. He remembers that one day he was flipping through television......

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01
Dec 2018
Perinatal smoking cessation program awarded $24,900 grant from March of Dimes :: Adventist News Network

Nov 12, 2018  |  Loma Linda, California, United States  |  Sheann Brandon Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital has been awarded a grant from March of Dimes to support it’s Comprehensive Tobacco Treatment Program (CTTP), helping continue the fight in San Bernardino county against use of tobacco products during pregnancy. “We are pleased to have received this grant,” said  Truphosa Otianga, DNP, executive director of patient services for Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital. “CTTP has been a prominent and influential component of the San Bernardino county public health system for more than 11 years. This grant will......

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Nov 2018
Mega Health Expo brings together 7,000 young people in downtown Curitiba :: Adventist News Network

Nov 29, 2018  |  Curitiba, Brazil  |  Willian Vieira and Paulo Ribeiro It was 9am on a Sabbath morning and thousands of Seventh-day Adventist youth were missing from their churches. Without any more information, this would be disturbing news. Actually, it was the result of a coordinated effort to impact the city of Curitiba in a powerful way.  It was the third day of the “Fortes” Camporee. The goal was mission—spreading the good news of the gospel to whomever the participants met. Coordinators organized a huge health expo featuring natural remedies: pure......

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