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Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventists in Peru Shine a Spotlight on Religious Liberty

December 13, 2018 Adventist Church’s religious liberty director Ganoune Diop honored at National Congress. By: Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Department Years of quiet diplomacy and careful public advocacy by Seventh-day Adventist Church members in Peru have yielded significant religious freedom gains, according to Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Adventist world church. Diop visited the country in November 2018 to take part in a four-day series of events, which included a religious liberty conference, a training program for Adventist pastors, and visits with national government officials......

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Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist College Celebrates 50 Years of Service in Papua New Guinea

December 12, 2018 Sonoma Adventist College follows a long tradition of support to the work of the church in the area. By: Malinda Kotoveke Philip, Adventist Record Sonoma Adventist College in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea (PNG) recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and school reunion. Former students from PNG and the Solomon Islands came together in September 2018 to commemorate the occasion. Pioneering principal Alexander Currie, his wife, Beverley, and two sons, Gavin and Philip, were special guests. For Sonoma, which grew from humble beginnings into a school affiliated with Pacific Adventist University, celebrating......

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13
Dec 2018
TED providing the key for the future of mission :: Adventist News Network

He started with the word ‘amazed’ on day 1 and concluded with ‘encouraged’ on day 5 — the final day of Trans-European Division Year End meetings in Bečići, Montenegro, 21 – 25 November 21-25. Artur Stele, joined the annual gathering of TED Executive Committee members as a representative of the General Conference.  He expressed amazement that, in a context where thousands of young people are leaving some of the struggling economies in eastern and central Europe, where the church is aging in other areas, and where all religious groups are daunted by......

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12
Dec 2018
Nuevo Tiempo TV Comes to Smart TVs through Global App :: Adventist News Network

Dec 11, 2018  |  Chile, South America Division  |  Angela Arias On June 1, 2017, Nuevo Tiempo signed a contract with Foxxum, the German international company that provides the app ecosystem (App Store) for certain brands of smart TVs. The company was tasked with creating  an app for Nuevo Tiempo to include TV signal, radio Nuevo Tiempo Chile signal, and videos content produced by Nuevo Tiempo Chile. After months of development and testing, the app is available for smart TVs. “For us, as a team, it is a great joy and privilege to......

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12
Dec 2018
In Haiti, Adventist Church launches Hope Channel Inter-America in major cities :: Adventist News Network

Dec 11, 2018  |  Miami, Florida, United States/IAD  |  Libna Stevens/IAD After nearly two years of making the proper connections in the cable company business, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Haiti recently launched Hope Channel Inter-America in an effort to spread the gospel message to the millions of people on the island.  Local church leaders consider it a true blessing and milestone to have been able to launch the television channel through two special live church services held on Nov. 10, 2018, from Port-au-Prince. “This has been several years in the making,......

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11
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | In Moldova and Belarus, Adventists Show Support for People With Disabilities

December 10, 2018 Several events call attention to the plight of the blind, the hearing impaired, and others. By: Euro-Asia Division News, and Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventist Church members and leaders across the Euro-Asia Division region have been increasingly directing the public’s attention to the plight of people living with disabilities. Around the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which is celebrated on December 3 each year, local Adventist churches across the region organized events to serve people who experience hardships resulting from one or more disabilities. Adventists for the......

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11
Dec 2018
Mobile Shower Van to serve New York City’s homeless is dedicated :: Adventist News Network

Dec 10, 2018  |  New York, New York, United States  |  Kaara Baptiste Left to right: Lloyd Scharffenberg, GNYC Corporation secretary; Luis Biazotto, GNYC Adventist Community Services director; Manuel Rosario, GNYC Personal Ministries/Sabbath School director; Sung Kwon, NAD Adventist Community Services executive director; Walter Harris, GNYC ACS Disaster Response coordinator; Alanzo Smith, GNYC executive secretary; Henry Beras, GNYC president; G. Earl Knight, Atlantic Union Conference president; Ysaias Javier, GNYC treasurer; Artur Stele, General Conference vice president; and Rohann Wellington, GNYC English Ministries director; are on hand to cut the ribbon for the......

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11
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | He Helped Build a Hall, Was Later Baptized There

December 10, 2018 At South American church headquarters, contractor recalls what drew him to God’s truth. By: Felipe Lemos, South American Division, and Adventist Review Since 2006, electrical engineer Ivon Antônio de Souza, 62, has had what could be described as a professional relationship with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Through his company, Souza has provided contractor services to the South American Division (SAD) regional headquarters in Brasilia, Brazil. When discussing electrical parts or a building structure, Souza is an expert — he always felt comfortable talking to Adventist leaders about walls, wiring,......

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10
Dec 2018
Adventist voices speak for Australian aid :: Adventist News Network

Dec 10, 2018  |  Nathan Brown Four representatives and supporters of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia raised their voices for Australian aid as part of Micah Australia’s “Voices for Justice” gathering in Canberra, December 1–4. They joined more than 200 Christians, with representatives of Christian justice and development agencies, from across Australia for two days of worship, advocacy training and policy briefing, followed by two days in Australia’s Parliament House. “Micah lobby groups met with more than 90 of Australia’s elected leaders during this year’s ‘Voices for Justice’,” said......

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09
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Again, Loma Linda University Health Hospitals Among the Best in the U.S.

December 6, 2018 Two Adventist hospitals receive recognition for top quality among thousands. By: Briana Pastorino, Loma Linda University Health Highlighting its nationally recognized achievements in patient safety and quality, Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital was named a Top Children’s Hospital for the second year in a row, and Loma Linda University Medical Center — East Campus received its inaugural recognition as a Top Teaching Hospital by The Leapfrog Group, an independent hospital watchdog organization. Announced yesterday, the Leapfrog Top Hospital awards are widely acknowledged as one of the most competitive honors......

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