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Sep 2016
13th Sabbath Offering for Clinic Results in Papua New Guinea Baptisms

A small church is now under construction in the remote village. Posted September 22, 2016 By Nancy Lagdom, South Pacific Adventist Record A small clinic constructed through a Thirteen Sabbath offering just two years ago has resulted in two baptisms, requests for 23 more baptisms, and the establishment of a Seventh-day Adventist congregation in a remote area of Papua New Guinea. A Thirteen Sabbath offering in 2013 identified the isolated village of Arufi in the South Pacific country’s Western Province as a place that could benefit from a medical outpost. A fly-and-build team......

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Sep 2016
On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, Adventist advocate talks peace-building

On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, Adventist advocate talks peace-building Ganoune Diop (Left) standing with Rt. Rev. Yoshinobu Miyake (Right) from the Konko Church of Izuo (Shinto), Japan, during the G20 Interfaith Summit in Hangzhou, China. The Summit allowed religious leaders to consider how religion can help foster international dialogue and problem-solving. At an international gathering in Beijing, China, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s top diplomat addressed challenges to human rights and peace. September 22, 2016 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Bettina Krause, communication director, International......

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24
Sep 2016
Occultist Hated 3ABNs John Lomacang. Then She Visited His Evangelistic Meeting

Hundreds of people take a stand for Jesus during major evangelistic meetings in London. Posted September 23, 2016 She was preparing to be a high priestess for Satan. She hated Seventh-day Adventist evangelist John Lomacang. Every time Lomacang appeared on 3ABN television in her home in South Africa, she asked her daughter to switch off the television or change the channel. A few days ago, she felt an urge to go to the Croydon Seventh-day Adventist Church in London, her new home. She didn’t realize that the church was one of 11 London......

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24
Sep 2016
10-Year-Old Boys Bible Studies Lead 8 Children to Baptism

Jaffet Vazquez shares what he’s learned at his Adventist school in New Jersey. Posted September 23, 2016 By Cristina Macena, with Adventist Review staff A fourth-grade boy in the U.S. state of New Jersey has led eight children to baptism through a Bible study group in his home. Jaffet Vazquez, 10, uses information learned in classes at the local Seventh-day Adventist elementary school to lead the weekly group of 13 children, ages 5 to 10, in his home in Vineland, a city of 61,000 people. “I am really happy to learn more......

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24
Sep 2016
Inter-America officially launches its three new Adventist television channels

Inter-America officially launches its three new Adventist television channels From left to right: IAD administrators Pastors Israel Leito, Elie Henry, Filiberto Verduzco and Hope Channel’s President Derek Morris, place their right hand on a switch symbolizing the satellite airing of Hope Channel Inter-America, during a launch program held at the IAD Headquarters in Miami, Florida, United States, September 15, 2016. The region’s top leader says the channels “will aim to inform, teach and effect changes in people’s lives within their own culture and context.” September 22, 2016 | Miami,......

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23
Sep 2016
Project Hope Fiji

When Hope Channel began in 2003, our mission was very clear: to spread the gospel message to the entire world through the use of television. But how we were going to accomplish this mission was not quite as a clear. How would one channel producing shows in the United States reach a multitude of cultures and language groups in a cost effective way that makes a huge impact? Prayers for godly wisdom were answered with a formidable plan. God showed us that the only way to effectively reach the unreached was for......

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23
Sep 2016
New Adventist Garden in Britain Honors Those Who Stand for Peace

The Watford Peace Garden opens on the International Day of Peace. Posted September 22, 2016 By Richard Daly, Trans-European Division A Seventh-day Adventist public garden — spotlighted at night, with seating in tranquil surroundings and a three-tier fountain as centerpiece — is now a national British memorial to all those who stand for peace in wartime. The idea for the garden, which opened in Stanborough Park in Watford, England, on the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21, rose from the recognition that 130 Adventist men, many of them based in the area, went to......

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23
Sep 2016
"Hacksaw Ridge," new film on Desmond Doss, offers Adventists unique, unprecedented opportunity

“Hacksaw Ridge,” new film on Desmond Doss, offers Adventists unique, unprecedented opportunity Desmond Doss receiving the United States Congressional Medal of Honor from President Harry Truman in 1945. The film, which depicts Doss’s heroic acts that saved 75 soldiers during World War II, will be released in the United States on November 4. September 22, 2016 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | John Bradshaw, speaker/director, It Is Written / North American Division Staff Generations of Seventh-day Adventists in North America have grown up with stories of the exploits of......

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23
Sep 2016
This TV Show Will Make People Upset

“I Want This City” offers an unflinching look at the correlation between mission offerings and what happens on the front lines of mission. Posted September 22, 2016 The average Seventh-day Adventist in North America gives U.S.$21 a year to the church’s frontline mission work in other countries. That’s enough to buy a medium-sized bag of dog food. And that’s why the Adventist Church will debut a 13-part television series unlike any you have ever seen. “I Want This City,” which premieres on Hope Channel on Friday, is a gritty TV show that......

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Sep 2016
Health and family seminair in Malaysia exemplifies Total Member Involvement

Health and family seminair in Malaysia exemplifies Total Member Involvement In response to a five-day evangelistic series in Serian, Sarawak in Malaysia, 177 people accepted Christ through baptism. The five-day event in Serian, Sarawak led nearly 200 residents to Christ. September 22, 2016 | Cavite, Philippines | Gay Deles/Southern Asia-Pacific Division Noldy Sakul, stewardship director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s regional headquarters, couldn’t believe the number of people who responded to his altar call the evening of August 26. He was spoke on the final night of a......

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