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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | International Bible Conference Convenes in Rome with Emphasis on Eschatology

June 15, 2018 Over 100 theological presentations to be made over the next 10 days By: Costin Jordache, director of communication & news editor, Adventist Review More than 360 Seventh-day Adventist theologians, college and university professors and church administrators have convened in Rome, Italy from June 11-21, for the fourth International Bible Conference (IBC). The gathering, which takes place every few years, seeks to explore a chosen theme associated with theological studies through the presentation of papers, discussion panels and professional networking.  The event is organized by the Biblical Research Institute (BRI), which......

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Jun 2018
Europe takes lead for World Refugee Sabbath :: Adventist News Network

Jun 12, 2018 | Belgrade Serbia | EUD and TED Communication For the third year running, Europe will be taking a lead in highlighting the plight and needs of refugees both in Europe and around the world.  Using the ADRA Serbia Community Centre in Belgrade as a base, two live programs will hear first-hand accounts from refugees, reports on ADRA and local church activities, and see how, as a church, we can bring hope.  Jonathan Duffy, the president of ADRA International, will be among the invited guests and will speak about his......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | The Mark of the Beast

June 15, 2018 Adventist Review Ministries is delighted to share the first episode in a seven part series beginning in the month of June and running through the end of the year.  The first topic in this series is the Mark of the Beast. Our cover story for June goes in depth into this topic with Evangelist Mark Finley. We wanted to cover each topic from three different perspectives each month. The first being an in depth article, the second being a podcast and the third a documentary. We hope......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | In Czech Republic, Game App Helps Syrian Refugees

June 15, 2018 “Husky: The Savior” free app is an ADRA-led initiative to support positive changes. By: Kimi-Roux James, ADRA International News  When anti-government demonstrations began in March 2011 in Syria, what ensued was a violent government crackdown and armed opposition groups fighting back. Syria’s ongoing war has left an estimated 6.5 million people without homes in the country, and more than five million people fled to neighboring countries like Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey. In 2016, ADRA Czech Republic officials wanted to help Syrian refugees and found a unique way in developing a game......

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Jun 2018
ADRA officially opens first water kiosk in Mozambique :: Adventist News Network

Jun 14, 2018 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | imi-Roux James, communication specialist, ADRA International Mocuba’s mayor, Beatriz Gulamo (in red), tests the new water system installed in the community. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) officially launched on June 12 its first safe water kiosk in Mocuba, Mozambique, which will provide 20 liters a day of safe water for more than 1,000 people. Mocuba, a district of the Zambezia province in Mozambique, has suffered from inadequate safe water supply for years, but the prolonged......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | ADRA Opens First ‘Safe Water Kiosk’ in Mozambique

June 14, 2018 Initiative will provide drinking water to more than 1,000 people. By: Kimi-Roux James, ADRA International News The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) officially launched its first safe water kiosk in Mocuba, Mozambique, on June 12. The kiosk will provide 20 liters per person per day of safe water for more than 1,000 people.  Mocuba District of the Zambezia province in Mozambique has suffered from inadequate safe water supply for years, and the prolonged drought conditions in Southern Africa have worsened the situation. More than 100 people attended the......

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Jun 2018
Larry Lichtenwalter is New President of Middle East University :: Adventist News Network

Jun 14, 2018 | Beirut, Lebanon | Maria Lombart, Middle East and North Africa Union On Sunday, June 10, 2018 the Board of Trustees of Middle East University met and elected Dr. Larry Lichtenwalter as its new president. Holding a PhD from Andrews University, he is a published author, renowned speaker, and international lecturer. As the 18th president of this distinguished institution, Dr. Lichtenwalter brings a clear vision for a strong Adventist identity for Middle East University. (MEU) Dr. Rick McEdward, chair......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Europe to Host World Refugee Sabbath Programs

June 13, 2018 ADRA will broadcast live from Serbia office on June 16. By: Inter-European Division and Trans-European Division News For the third year in a row, Europe will takethe leadin highlighting the plight of refugees in Europe and around the world on World Refugee Sabbath on June 16, 2018. From the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Serbia Community Center in Belgrade, two live programs will feature firsthand accounts from refugees and reports on ADRA and local church activities.  The president of ADRA International, Jonathan Duffy, will be among the guestsand will speak......

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Jun 2018
San surgeon recognized in Queen’s birthday honors list :: Adventist News Network

Jun 13, 2018 | Sydney, Australia | Leisa O’Connor/Record Staff Sydney Adventist Hospital neurosurgeon Professor Brian Owler was among a diverse group of Australians recognized for their contributions and service to the community in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honors list. Professor Owler, past president of the Australian Medical Association, was appointed a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AM), acknowledging “significant service to medicine through the leadership and administration of professional medical organizations, and to education”. His role as a neurosurgeon, in which he sees all too often......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | I Was an Immigrant Too

June 13, 2018 Two stories of US Adventist church members who help local refugees. By: Silvia Garcia Urrutia, Columbia VisitorMagazine June 16, 2018, is the annual day the Seventh-day Adventist Church has selected to highlight and create awareness about the plight of refugees around the world. Below aretwo stories of Adventist church members living in the US who arrived as immigrants and now are doing the best they can to make positive changes in the life of local refugees.—Editors Paying It Forward Hannah Koilpillai remembers when, as a child, she came to the......

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