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09
May 2018

May 8, 2018 Members across the nation and the world unite as they ask God to intervene. By: Marcos Paseggi, Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventist evangelistic meetings across Japan officially began on Friday, May 4. Months and even years before, however, the “All Japan 2018 Maranatha” initiative began with careful planning, bold decisions, and uncountable sessions of prayer. “Prayer is essential for the success of these meetings,” acknowledged Adventist Church president Ted N.C. Wilson as he addressed church members of the Eastern Japan Conference at a joint prayer meeting at Tokyo’s Amanuma Seventh-day......

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09
May 2018
Kampioen | Kerkgenootschap der Zevende-dags Adventisten

De 17-jarige Naomi Rottier werd begin maart Nederlands kampioen judo bij de junioren, in de klasse dames onder 52 kilo. Deze vaste bezoeker van de adventgemeente Spijkenisse won eerder al zeven nationale medailles, maar dit was de eerste gouden. De Judo Bond Nederland selecteerde Naomi in maart om deel te nemen aan de Coimbra Junior European Cup 2018, in Portugal én voor de Thüringer Cup in Duitsland. Judoka’s vanuit de hele wereld nemen deel aan deze wedstrijden. Een klein jaar traint Naomi zeven keer per week, met dit mooie resultaat. Als voorwaarde......

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08
May 2018
Leader brings distinctly Adventist voice to international Christian gathering :: Adventist News Network

May 07, 2018 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Bettina Krause, communication director, International Religious Liberty Association The third meeting of the Global Christian Forum, held April 24 to 27 in Bogotá, Colombia, provided an invaluable opportunity to be “salt and light” and to share key Seventh-day Adventist values with a unique audience, says Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Adventist world church. Diop, who was a plenary speaker in the closing session of the event,......

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08
May 2018
World Church Women’s Ministries Department empowers women globally :: Adventist News Network

May 07, 2018 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | Beth Thomas/ANN For the last four years, Naomi has attended the University of the South Pacific in Tonga. She will graduate in a few weeks with a degree in Early Childhood Education—a degree made possible by a scholarship she received from the World Church Women’s Ministries Department.   Rose Otis, former Women’s Ministries Department director, established a higher education scholarship program in 1991 with the mission to “empower women, strengthen families, improve communities,......

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07
May 2018
Adventist Church in Jamaica calls for stand against violence and abuse :: Adventist News Network

May 01, 2018 | Kingston, Jamaica | Nigel Coke/IAD Staff Children’s Advocate and Presenter Betty-Ann Blaine (left), Dr. Lorraine Vernal (center), and Development Consultant and presenter Gergia Lewis-Scott The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica is calling on its more than 300,000 members, other church groups and the wider society to take a stand against violence and abuse of all kind especially against children and adolescent. “The victims should be our priority. It cannot be about saving face, it’s about saving lives,” said Lorraine Vernal, family, women, child and adolescent director for the......

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06
May 2018
Training seminars for girls held at the camp in the Ukraine :: Adventist News Network

May 02, 2018 | Mykolaiv, Ukraine | Inna Vashchinina Nineteen girls, ranging in age from 13 to 15, came from all over Ukraine to attend the “School of Life” girls camp in Mykolayiv. The girls learned to cook pies, speak English, and build relationships. The girls said they enjoyed the exciting program and how it opened them up to better communicate with each other. Every morning the girls plunged into spiritual meditation with the youth ministries director for the region, Semyon Bykov. He inspired them to build a relationship......

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06
May 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Top Surgeon Acknowledges Adventist Education Support, Influence

May 5, 2018 Bobby Bhasker-Rao has been on the New York Times “Top Surgeon” list for six years. By: Darla Martin Tucker, La Sierra University News & Adventist Review Those considering a Seventh-day Adventist education grapple with a myriad of concerns, including the costs of tuition and the ability to reach desired goals. A top US surgeon and La Sierra (LSU) and Loma Linda University (LLU) alum recently recalled ways LSU helped him and his family move past these challenges as he journeyed toward a successful medical career that changes lives. And......

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06
May 2018
Volunteers renovate church in Cuba :: Adventist News Network

May 02, 2018 | San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba | Maranatha Staff A group of 42 Maranatha volunteers recently returned from a project at the Seventh-day Adventist church in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. This congregation began in a woman’s home and continued to meet there for 45 years! Before she died, she asked that her home continue to serve as a place of worship. Over time, the church began acquiring adjacent properties to expand the space to make room for the growing congregation. Today,......

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06
May 2018
Adventist Review Online | Leader Brings Distinctly Adventist Voice to International Christian Gathering

May 5, 2018 By: Bettina Krause, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty The third meeting of the Global Christian Forum, held April 24 to 27 in Bogotá, Colombia, provided an invaluable opportunity to be “salt and light” and to share key Seventh-day Adventist values with a unique audience, says Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Adventist world church. Diop, who was a plenary speaker in the closing session of the event, addressed some 400 Christian leaders from 65 countries who represented a broad range of Christian traditions,......

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05
May 2018
The Adventist Choir of Aksai announced the resurrection of Christ to the inhabitants of the city :: Adventist News Network

May 03, 2018 | Aksai, Kazakhstan | Elena Mashkova Every year, on the Feast of Pascha, the choir from the Aksai Seventh-day Adventist Church in Kazakhstan, conducts an unusual service. They perform hymns at the central entrance to the city cemetery. This year on Sunday, April 8, the weather was sunny, albeit windy, which somewhat complicated the work of the conductor and choir. It took some time to get used to, but participants gathered quickly and an audience began to grow. The choir, consisting of 17 people......

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