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Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Seventh-day Adventist Church Adopts New “Brand Promise”

December 7, 2018 Leaders hope declaration may clearly communicate what Adventists stand for. By: ANN Staff, and Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventist world leaders hope a recently-adopted “brand promise” may deliver a clear message about what the Adventist movement stands for and leave a lasting impression on the general public. A “brand promise,” a term used by branding experts, is a value or experience which clearly explains what an organization offers to customers, constituents, and the general public. It is something that helps position an organization and explain the tangible benefits it offers......

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07
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Leaders Dedicate Mobile Shower Van for New York City’s Homeless

December 6, 2018 Unit is operated by local branch of North America’s Adventist Community Services. By: Kaara Baptiste, Atlantic Union Gleaner and North American Division News The Showers of Blessings van, an outreach ministry of the Greater New York Conference (GNYC) Adventist Community Services (ACS), was dedicated on September 15, 2018. Officials from the conference, Atlantic Union Conference, and the North American Division (NAD) gathered at United Camp Meeting for the dedication. The mobile showers will serve the homeless in New York City, providing clean towels, washcloths, and new undergarments, as well......

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07
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Indonesian Island Hosts Adventist Youth Mission Adventures 2

December 6, 2018 Group from several countries across the region assists in health, restoration projects. By: Southern Asia-Pacific Division, and Adventist Review Adventist young adults in the Southern Asia-Pacific region (SSD) teamed up with mission-oriented young professionals from across Indonesia, Myanmar, and the Philippines for ten days of volunteer work, November 7-18, 2018. This year’s Mission Adventures trip is the second of its kind in the region. The call for adventure took delegates to the city of Makassar, South Sulawesi, where, according to local church leaders, the need to reach out is immense,......

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06
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventists Voice Support for the Poor and Oppressed in Australia’s Parliament

December 5, 2018 ADRA Australia representatives join other Christians to highlight aid efforts. By: Nathan Brown, Adventist Record, and Adventist Review Four representatives and supporters of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia made their voices heard for Australian aid as part of Micah Australia’s “Voices for Justice” gathering in Canberra, December 1-4, 2018. They joined more than 200 representatives of Christian justice and development agencies from across Australia for two days of worship, advocacy training, and policy briefing, followed by two days in Australia’s Parliament House. “Micah lobby groups met......

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06
Dec 2018
Hope Radio goes to air in Kirbati :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  South Tarawa, Kirbati  |  Tracey Bridcutt The South Pacific’s newest Adventist Hope radio station has hit the airwaves, aimed at sharing the good news about Jesus to the residents of Kiribati. The new station is located at the Kiribati Mission headquarters at Korobu, South Tarawa. On Monday, November 12, it went to air for the first time. Radio announcer Tarataake Angirio made the first transmission, later saying that it was an historic day for the Church. “It was something to be happy about and to be proud of as......

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06
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | In the Philippines, AIIAS Celebrates Inauguration of Residence Tower

December 5, 2018 New facility, the 18th on campus, will cater to the needs of students with families. By: Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies, and Adventist Review The Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS) recently celebrated the inauguration of a new residence tower on its campus in Silang, Cavite, Philippines. The new Tower R, as it will be known, is the 18th building on campus and will cater specifically to the needs of students with families. AIIAS administrators, students, faculty, and staff gathered on October 1 to celebrate those who......

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05
Dec 2018
Young woman with cancer travels halfway across Brazil to participate in Reset camp :: Adventist News Network

Dec 03, 2018  |  Castanhal, Para, Brazil  |  Anne Seixas Rosangela Cardoso is a youth leader and physical education teacher at an Adventist school in Tucurui, southern Para, Brazil. “Two years ago it became painful for me to breathe. At first, doctors said it was a temporary pain, a side effect of a pneumonia I had,” says Cardoso. Last year, in greater pain, she returned to the hospital. After running several tests, the doctors diagnosed her symptoms as emotionally related and gave her some medication. Her health only worsened.  A new reality......

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05
Dec 2018
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05
Dec 2018
Adventist Review Online | Brazilian Students Granted Right to Skip Sabbath Exams, Classes

December 4, 2018 Bill on behalf of Sabbath-keepers now awaits the president’s signature. By: Felipe Lemos, South American Division News, and Adventist Review Brazil’s religious liberty advocates think that a bill recently passed by a committee in the Chamber of Deputies — the nation’s Lower House — is a milestone for students who observe the biblical seventh-day Sabbath in that South American nation. Members of the Constitution, Justice, and Citizenship Committee (CCJ) passed Senate Substitute Bill 130 of House Bill 2009 on November 27, 2018. The bill deals with the administration of......

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