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Jun 2018
ADRA partners with World Food Program to help feed 85,000 refugees in Uganda :: Adventist News Network

Jun 20, 2018 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Kimi-Roux James, ADRA International ADRA Uganda staff visit and observe one of the WFP food distribution points at Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement. Thousands of refugees in Uganda will receive food assistance, thanks to a recent cooperation established between the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), the World Food Program (WFP) and the Government of Uganda, through the Office of the Prime Minister.   The partnership, agreed upon in June 2018, will allow ADRA to provide food for more than......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | An Unlikely Pathfinder

June 23, 2018 If there ever was a girl unprepared—and unenthusiastic—about Pathfinders, it was me. By: Maritza Brunt, Adventist Record The Pathfinder Club, aka Pathfinders, is a department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that works specifically toward the cultural, social, and religious education of children and teens. It has been part of the Adventist Church since 1950. Below, South Pacific Adventist Recordassistant editor Maritza Brunt shares her experience. —  In the summer of 2005, my dad was calledto be the pastor of a church in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. This particular church had one of the largest Pathfinder clubs......

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Jun 2018
Wind blew but fire stood :: Adventist News Network

Jun 21, 2018 | Ccacaccollo, Peru | Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission Making lunch took some work for Alejandro Gonzales Qquerar, a farmer and father of four children in Peru. First, he needed to dig a hole in the ground. Then he would place wood and stones into the hole and light a fire. When the flames caused the stones to turn red and then black, he would throw some potatoes on top of them. After that, he would cover the potatoes with dirt and cold rocks, which would put out the fire.......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Academy Introduces Innovative Farming into Its Curriculum

June 22, 2018 State-of-the-art initiative includes greenhouses, hydroponics, and microgreens. By: Shelley Bacon, North Pacific Union Conference News What is green on the inside, metal on the outside, and high-tech all over? A container full of microgreens. A new agriculture program has begun at Upper Columbia Academy(UCA) in Spangle, Washington, United States.The era of farms atSeventh-day Adventist schools was thought to be long past, but in an era of new agriculture techniques,UCA is taking a step back into this growing field.  The school had to answer the question, how does one go about establishing a......

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Jun 2018
ADRA collaborates to train mental health provides in Sint Maarten :: Adventist News Network

Jun 20, 2018 | St. Croix, US Virgin Islands | NCC Staff/IAD Staff The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in the Caribbean recently co-hosted psycho-social training for mental health professionals in St. Maarten to assist in building community resilience as the island still recovers from three hurricanes that hit last year. The training became the third major intervention by ADRA on the island, ADRA leaders said. More than 80 percent of the homes on the island are still damaged and have tarps on their roofs. In......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | The Moral Challenge of Forcing Apart Migrant Families

June 22, 2018 How we got here, and what’s next By: Scott Christiansen Unless you’ve been in a cave or in a coma, you already know about the Trump administration policy of separating children from apprehended migrant families. This morally reprehensible policy was briefly defended by the Trump administration through a twisted reading of Scripture. The policy and its defense caused moral outrage across the US and across the world, drawing rebukes from all living First Ladies, from the majority of US citizens, and from many leaders around the world. Like many......

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Jun 2018
Nieuw Bijbels dagboek | Kerkgenootschap der Zevende-dags Adventisten

Het evangelie van Patmos is een Bijbels dagboek dat zich op fascinerende wijze onderscheidt van vele anderen. De dagelijkse overdenkingen zijn gebaseerd op maar één bijbelboek: de Openbaring van Johannes. Toegankelijk De overdenkingen zijn in blogvorm geschreven door dr. Jon Paulien, hoofd van de theologische faculteit op de Loma Linda Universiteit, in de Verenigde Staten. Dr. Paulien is een specialist op het gebied van de geschriften van Johannes in het Nieuwe Testament en schreef verschillende boeken over de eindtijd. In dit dagboek deelt hij veel ervaringen uit zijn eigen leven. Dat maakt......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Let’s Talk About Suicide and Other Mental Issues

June 21, 2018 Expert discusses what to do if you or your loved ones need professional help. By: Janelle Ringer, Loma Linda University News Melissa J. Pereau has a passion for helping people during a critical point in their lives, which is why the psychiatrist spends her days working with patients thinking about or who have attempted suicide. As a medical director and psychiatrist at the Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center, Pereau is faced daily with the realities of suicide and how the topic — and other topics around mental health......

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Jun 2018
Effective conversations about suicide and other mental health issues :: Adventist News Network

Jun 21, 2018 | Loma Linda, California, United States | Janelle Ringer Melissa J. Pereau, MD, has a passion for helping people during a critical point in their lives, which is why the psychiatrist spends her days working with patients thinking about or who have attempted suicide. As a medical director and psychiatrist at the Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center, Pereau is faced daily with the realities of suicide and how the topic — and other topics around mental health — impacts nearly every community in some way.  ......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | ADRA Helps Feed 85,000 Refugees in Uganda

June 21, 2018 Initiative partners are Adventist humanitarian agency and World Food Program. By: Kimi-Roux James, ADRA International News Thousands of refugees in Uganda will receive food assistance thanks to a recentcooperative partnership established between the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, the World Food Program, and the government of Uganda, through the Office of the Prime Minister.  The partnership, agreed upon in June 2018, will allow ADRA to provide food for more than 85,000 refugees currently settled in the district of Kamwenge in western Uganda. An influx of refugees is reportedly increasing as......

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