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Mar 2018
Volunteer constructed school opens in Uruguay :: Adventist News Network

Mar 29, 2018 | Roseville, California | Maranatha Volunteers Staff Not long ago, the Barros Blancos Seventh-day Adventist School, in Uruguay, was on the verge of closing its doors for good. Due to mounting financial challenges, the Adventist Church leadership felt that several schools needed to be closed, and Barros Blancos was on the list.   Elizabeth Urtazú, the principal of the school, was crushed. “When we felt we were going to lose the school, we realized how much we loved this place. The teachers looked at their students and said, ‘What’s going......

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Mar 2018
In Mexico, Adventist Church helps believers affected by religious intolerance :: Adventist News Network

Mar 28, 2018 | Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico | Libna Stevens/IAD Pastor Ignacio Navarro, president of the church in Chiapas, Mexico, points to the four new believers who were recently expelled from their community in San Migle Chiptip because of religious intolerance in the region. Adventist World President Pastor Ted N.C. Wilson and IAD President Pastor Israel Leito stand near them as they are introduced to church members on stage during a youth impact celebration held in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mar. 24, 2018. The Seventh-day Adventist......

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Mar 2018
Adventist Review Online | Archive of Magazine Issues

September 17, 2013 The Adventist Review staff is happy to provide back issues of the magazine (in web and PDF) as a service to our readers. The content of the Review is copyrighted material and is intended for non-commercial use only. Anyone may photocopy articles for use in their local church, classroom, or home Bible-study group. Articles are not to be posted on other websites without the written permission from the editorial staff. Permission for all other uses must be authorized. Contact: Editor Bill Knott Adventist Review, 12501 Old Columbia Pike, Silver......

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Mar 2018
Iedereen doet mee

Er komen nog elke dag fijne reacties binnen over de landelijke trainingsdag van 18 maart. Departement Ontwikkeling & Toerusting organiseerde de dag ter ondersteuning van mensen met een functie in de kerk. Van penningmeester tot sabbatschoolleider, van secretaris tot ouderling,. . . Meer lezen! → Source link...

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Mar 2018
Prime Minister thanks ADRA volunteers :: Adventist News Network

Mar 28, 2018 | Sydney, Australia | Josh Dye ADRA volunteers with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian A team of volunteers from the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) have been personally thanked by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian for their efforts responding to the devastating bushfires in south-eastern NSW. Hundreds of people were evacuated to Bega and Bermagui following the Tathra bushfire that rapidly spread on March 18. The fire destroyed 69 homes, while dozens of others were partially damaged. Some residents were forced to......

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Mar 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Student, One of Just Seven Survivors in Kiribati Ferry Tragedy

March 27, 2018 Teenager was rescued 12 days after ship capsized, claiming more than 80 lives. By: Mele Vaihola, as told by Taauke Ruevita, Adventist Record Taauke Ruevita was one of just seven survivors of the Kiribati ferry tragedy, which claimed more than 80 lives in January. The 15-year-old young lady, currently attending Kauma Adventist High School, was also the youngest person to survive. She shared her incredible story with Trans-Pacific Union Mission associate education director Mele Vaihola, who recently visited that South Pacific island nation. As soon as the exam results......

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Mar 2018
Adventist Church in Inter-America votes in new president and executive secretary :: Adventist News Network

Mar 27, 2018 | Miami, Florida, United States | Libna Stevens/IAD Hours after IAD President Pastor Israel Leito announced his retirement, executive committee members voted today to recommend Elie Henry as the church’s new president. Henry has been serving as the executive secretary for the church in Inter-America since 2010. Previous to that he served as one of three vice presidents of the division from 2000-2005. Pastor Leito’s retirement is effective August 1.  “It is a precious time in the transition of the leadership of this Division,” said Adventist......

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Mar 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist University Inaugurates New Health Sciences Simulation Center

March 27, 2018 Facility will benefit hundreds of healthcare students in Puerto Rico. By: Lorell Varela, Inter-American Division News Antillean Adventist University (AAU), a Seventh-day Adventist school in Puerto Rico, recently inaugurated a new Health Sciences Simulation Center. The state-of-the-art center will benefit future healthcare professionals with the most advanced technology in the field, university leaders said. Mayor of Mayaguez Jose Guillermo Rodríguez applauded the church and its university leaders for opening the most modern and innovative health science simulation center on the island. The ceremony was held on March 13, 2018.......

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Mar 2018
Adventist tops national physician licensure exam in Philippines :: Adventist News Network

Mar 27, 2018 | Manilla, Philippines | Teresa Costello and Edward Rodriquez, SSD Communication department A Seventh-day Adventist medical student has earned the top spot on the Philippines Physician Licensure exam according to the March 15 results released by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). Jerald Pelayo is the fourth Adventist medical student to take the top spot on the national exam in the past 12 years. He also earned first-place on the national nursing board exam in 2011. Before graduating from the University of the East Memorial......

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Mar 2018
Adventist Review Online | Volunteer Teams Save Much-Needed School from Closing in Uruguay

March 26, 2018 Helpers from several countries give local Adventist institution another chance. By: Maranatha Volunteers International News Not long ago, the Barros Blancos Seventh-day Adventist School, in Canelones, Uruguay, was on the verge of closing its doors for good. Due to mounting financial challenges, the Adventist Church leadership felt that several schools needed to be closed, and Barros Blancos was on the list. Elizabeth Urtazú, the principal of the school, was crushed. “What’s going to happen to the children?” “When we felt we were going to lose the school, we realized......

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