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Apr 2016
Adventist school in Nicaragua becomes first school in nation to bring digital technology into classrooms

Adventist school in Nicaragua becomes first school in nation to bring digital technology into classrooms High school seniors take part on the new digital boards in class at the Colegio Vocacional Adventista de Nicaragua, or Adventist Vocational School in Managua, Nicaragua, last month. The school becomes the first across the Central American country to integrate digital technology in the classroom. Students at the Adventist Vocational School in Nicaragua began using digital boards and tablets last month. March 08, 2016 | Managua, Nicaragua | Inter-American Division Staff A Seventh-day......

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Apr 2016
Seventh-day Adventist world church president responds to attacks in Belgium

Seventh-day Adventist world church president responds to attacks in Belgium March 22, 2016 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Seventh-day Adventist world church president Ted Wilson responds to the attacks in Belgium.  “Our hearts and prayers go out to the people of Brussels who have sustained terrible explosions causing death and destruction.  One of those blasts was very near our Seventh-day Adventist headquarters for that region.  I have prayed for the people of Belgium and for our church members who can be a spiritual strength to others in this very difficult time.......

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Apr 2016

Adventist Church in the Inter-European region responses to the terrorist attack in Brussels Church leaders encourage members to “draw close to all who are suffering.” March 22, 2016 | A. Mazza, C. Cozzi, EUD Public Relations Department. Many people were killed today in Brussels, Belgium, due to a devastating terrorist attack. They were taken from family and friends who loved them deeply. They were immigrants and europeans; moms and dads; daughters and sons. Each of them were part of one European family.  “It is a difficult and challenging time, and we should face......

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Apr 2016
Saw Samuel Elected President of Southern Asia-Pacific Division

Saw Samuel Elected President of Southern Asia-Pacific Division He says he will seek God’s wisdom to value each day as a precious gift to be used wisely. March 22, 2016 | Silver Spring, Maryland United States | Andrew McChesney, news editor, Adventist Review Saw Samuel, who was elected president of the Southern Asia-Pacific Division on Tuesday, said he would seek new ways to reach the many Buddhists and Muslims in his region even as he sought wisdom from God to value each day as a......

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Apr 2016
In War-Weary Colombia, Adventists Look Ahead to Post-Conflict Challenges  

In War-Weary Colombia, Adventists Look Ahead to Post-Conflict Challenges   Gabriel Villarreal on left, Ganoune Diop right. A peace forum in Bogotá aims to forge constructive partnerships between NGOs, scholars, and the faith community. April 19, 2016 | Bogotá, Columbia | Bettina Krause, communication director, International Religious Liberty Association As the Colombian government and rebel groups move toward ending the country’s long-standing civil conflict, Seventh-day Adventists are seeking ways to support the peace efforts and to help rebuild a society damaged by almost five decades of violence. A two-day peace forum held......

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Apr 2016
In Caracas, 4,012 new believers are baptized into the Adventist Church during historic evangelistic celebration

In Caracas, 4,012 new believers are baptized into the Adventist Church during historic evangelistic celebration Estadio Universitario de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela, April 16, 2016. Local church leader says pastors, church leaders and members worked in 5,000 small groups to bring about evangelistic success. April 19, 2016 | Caracas, Venezuela | Libna Stevens/IAD The Seventh-day Adventist Church baptized 4,012 new members into the church during a historic evangelistic celebration in Caracas, Venezuela, on April 16, 2016. More than 20,000 witnessed the baptisms in the metropolitan city’s Estadio Universitario de Caracas......

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Apr 2016
Powerful earthquake in Ecuador kills 413, injures more than 2,500

Powerful earthquake in Ecuador kills 413, injures more than 2,500 Church members, humanitarians gather donations to assist those affected by the tragedy. April 19, 2016 | Pedernales, Ecuador | Andrew McChesney, news editor, Adventist Review/ ADRA International Staff/ ANN Staff The South American country of Ecuador has declared a state of emergency after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck at 6:58 p.m. Saturday, killing at least 413 people and injuring more than 2,500. The earthquake caused widespread destruction in the country, including four local Adventist Churches.   Pedernales, a city of about 46,000 people......

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Apr 2016
International Adventist media ministry celebrates 60th anniversary

International Adventist media ministry celebrates 60th anniversary Over the past six decades technology has changed dramatically. However It Is Written has remained steadfastly dedicated to using the most updated media to reach the world with the gospel. It Is Written hosts televised anniversary event. March 23, 2016 | Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States | It Is Written Staff In October 2016, thousands of viewers will be tuning in to a special It Is Written television program celebrating the past 60 years of this international evangelistic media ministry.......

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18
Apr 2016
In Cuba, Adventist Church remains hopeful for positive change after US presidential visit

In Cuba, Adventist Church remains hopeful for positive change after US presidential visit Leaders hope the country’s current political condition will continue to be favorable to the Church. March 23, 2016 | Miami, Florida, United States | Libna Stevens/IAD President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba this week inspired hope in the Seventh-day Adventist Church on the island. The church believes that a thaw in U.S. – Cuba relations could mean greater opportunities for evangelism and the growth of the church.  Aldo Perez, president......

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18
Apr 2016
New Adventist health television programs target public audiences throughout Europe

New Adventist health television programs target public audiences throughout Europe Media centers in Croatia, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom are promoting health content as part of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s strategic plan for the next five years. March 28, 2016 | St. Albans, United Kingdom | Victor Hulbert, Trans-European Division Christ-like healing is one of the six major priorities outlined within the strategic plan of the Seventh-day Adventist world church. Three media centers within the Trans-European Division are taking that health priority seriously with several new series of......

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