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04
May 2017
Zet de telefoon op stil

Het is half acht in de ochtend en ik zit te wachten op Schiphol, op een EasyJet vlucht naar Londen. Het is 27 april, Koningsdag. Geen gebruikelijke dag voor een werkreis, maar de organisatie van de wereldkerk heeft een overleg gearrangeerd op ons Europees hoofdkantoor. Hoe belangrijk de kleur oranje ook mag zijn, in het buitenland gaat het leven op 27 april gewoon door. Mijn rood-wit-blauw vlaggetjes stropdas heb ik wel om … want onze collega’s daar in Londen zullen weten dat onze koning 50 is geworden! Twee werelden Morgen is het......

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04
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | Filling the Healthcare Gap

May 3, 2017 Adventists provide free medical services to the underinsured in Idaho, United States By Sandra Blackmer, assistant editor, Adventist Review Some 1,400 Idaho residents took advantage of the free medical, dental, and vision services that Adventist Medical Evangelism Network (AMEN) offered to the Boise community April 18-20 at the city’s Expo Idaho fairgrounds. “It was an amazing success,” says local AMEN clinic director Liz Thomsen. “On the first day alone we provided about 700 services for 564 people. We’re just thrilled that we were able to do this for the......

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03
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | Prayer Brings New and Former Members to Church in Central Asia

May 2, 2017 Kyrgyzstan Adventists prove once more that prayer makes a difference. By: Euro-Asia Division News Under that guiding principle that “nothing frightens Satan as much as the prayers of a believer,” Seventh-day Adventist coordinators of prayer groups in the Central Asia country of Kyrgyzstan met in the capital city of Bishkek April 7-9 for a conference on the principles and practice of prayer. The event combined the leaders of prayer groups in the Kyrgyzstan Mission, as well as a prayer advisory session of the leaders in the Southern Union Mission,......

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03
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | First Conference for Adventist Foodies Held in California

May 2, 2017 Event highlights the intersections between fun, food, and faith By: Gilbert Cahatol, Jr. and Marcos Paseggi Bite Size Talks, a platform to explore the intersections between faith and food, held its first faith-based food conference at West Covina Hills Seventh-Day Adventist Church in West Covina, California, United States, on April 23. The one-day event, which included Adventist health practitioners, health-based food business people, and chefs as presenters, highlighted the intersections between food, faith, and fun. The conference was spearheaded by J. R. Cahatol, a registered nurse, and Elaine Asumen,......

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03
May 2017
Record 1,000 sites to host evangelistic meetings in Zambia’s capital :: Adventist News Network

The Desai Seventh-day Adventist Church is one of the 300 churches in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka. (Desai Adventist Church) Seventh-day Adventist leaders are planning a milestone evangelistic campaign in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka, that they hope will energize church members across the African country as well as in faraway Europe. Church leaders, meeting in Lusaka this week, agreed to hold evangelistic meetings at 1,000 sites across the city of nearly 2 million people on June 8-23, 2018. This would be the Adventist Church’s largest evangelistic campaign in a single city and represent a significant......

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02
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | From Rasta to Role Model

May 1, 2017 Adventist prison chaplain, gardener, and evangelist in Bermuda embodies the core of Total Member Involvement Kevin Santucci is a man of many hats. An official prison chaplain. A successful community gardener. A civic leader. A radio speaker, evangelist, and lecturer. Every one of these titles somehow seems to define what he is, though not fully. Santucci is the driving force behind “Marketplace Ministry,” a multi-faceted loosely-connected set of programs designed to make a positive impact in the communities of the Caribbean nation of Bermuda. “If ......

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02
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | In Cuba, Literature Evangelists Trained for the First Time in 59 Years

May 1, 2017 Leaders think last training opportunities mark the beginning of a new era. By: Inter-American Division News For the first time in 59 years, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cuba recently gathered dozens of colporteurs or literature evangelists for a historic three-day congress in La Víbora Adventist Church in Havana, Cuba. The event, themed “Bringing Hope,” was a step toward reshaping the publishing ministries in Cuba from the ground up, said Erwin González, publishing ministries director for the Church’s Inter-American region. Literature evangelists were taught spiritual principles regarding publications, and......

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01
May 2017
Adventist Review Online | Where Christians, Muslims, and Atheists Meet

April 28, 2017 In Germany, Adventist Center offers a meeting place for people in need By: North German Union Conference News The shelter is not in the mountains and is not made of wood. On the contrary, it is a meeting point for people in need, and is located in Schwedt, a town with a population of 31,000 in the north-east of Brandenburg, close to the Polish border. As in other cities of the former German Democratic Republic, local Adventist communities have looked after people with addictions for years. In the 70’s,......

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Apr 2017
Adventist Review Online | The Missionary Priest and the Thankful Atheist

April 28, 2017 Amazing stories surrounding the dedication of a new church building in Cuba The dedication of a new church building in the town of Cardenas, Cuba, on April 22, resulted in testimonies being shared by some people connected to the event. Among them, two that stand out involve the story of a Catholic priest who became a promoter of the Seventh-day Adventist Church dedication service, and the self-confessed atheist who felt deeply touched by the ceremony. While personal names have been withheld to protect the identity of the people involved,......

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30
Apr 2017
Adventist Review Online | This Little Bike of Mine

April 29, 2017 Canadian 10-year old is the riding force behind fundraising efforts to benefit others. By Aimee Perez, Canadian Adventist Messenger Sean Bernardo is like many other 10-year-old boys. He enjoys playing video games, he is sometimes annoyed by his two younger sisters, and he loves sports, and pretty much any activity that lets him burn off his energy. In fact, Sean used to have so much restless energy that he sometimes had trouble sitting still. A few years ago, in an effort to channel his son’s energy and also bond......

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