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Aug 2018
Egypt’s Prime Minister welcomes Adventist delegation :: Adventist News Network

Adventist Church president Ted N.C. Wilson, second right, speaking with an Egyptian deputy foreign minister, foreground left, outside a government palace in Cairo, Egypt, after talks with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly on July 31, 2018. Also pictured are Youssry Youssif, right, government liaison and communication director for the Egypt-Sudan Field; Rick McEdward, third right, president of the Middle East and North Africa Union; Kheir Boutros, fourth right, associate treasurer of the Middle East and North Africa Union; Akram Khan, fifth right, treasurer of the Egypt-Sudan Field; and Johnny N. Salib, left, secretary......

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05
Aug 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventists Bring Distinct Perspective to High-level Religious Liberty Talks

August 3, 2018 U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Vice-President Mike Pence among the speakers. By: Bettina Krause, International Liberty Association News Two Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty advocates were among those invited to participate in a landmark religious freedom summit organized by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.  The event, which began July 24, 2018, was the first ever of its kind, and brought together government officials from some 80 nations, along with an internationally diverse group of religious leaders and non-governmental organization representatives. Together, attendees spent three days listening......

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05
Aug 2018
‘Miracle’ community center opens in Egypt :: Adventist News Network

The plan seemed perfect: Transform an aging Seventh-day Adventist church in the heart of Egypt’s capital into a vibrant community center catering to local needs.  But construction companies dismissed the idea of completely rebuilding Cairo’s Center Church.  “There is no way that you can get a permit,” said a top engineer at one construction company. Church leaders prayed and decided to move forward in faith. They contacted one more construction company and inquired about the process of securing a permit to renovate the building. “It’s true that it......

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05
Aug 2018
Adventist Review Online | What if God is an Atheist?

August 4, 2018 Global Youth Leaders Congress discusses the character of God and the nature of the Church By: Costin Jordache, Director of Communication and News Editor, Adventist Review Small groups discussing challenging questions on a park bench, strangers praying together, spontaneous outbursts of group singing at metro stations. These are only some of the almost hourly occurrences visible at the 2018 Global Youth Leaders Congress in Kassel, Germany.  The afternoons are tightly scheduled with workshops and seminars. In large and small rooms youth leaders pack in to hear speakers tackle subjects......

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04
Aug 2018
Bible launch at Global Youth Leaders Congress :: Adventist News Network

Aug 04, 2018 | Kassell, Germany | Victor Hulbert with Corrado Cozzi, TED & EUD News As Gary Blanchard bounced enthusiastically onto the stage, concluding the opening night of the Global Youth Leaders Congress in Kassel, Germany, participants recognized they were in for a surprise. Accompanied by Mario Martinelli, CEO of Safeliz, a major Adventist Publishing House based in Madrid, Spain, they together announced the release of two new, special editions of the New King James Bible – one for Adventurer age children, and another for youth. “It’s a special Bible,” Martinelli......

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04
Aug 2018
Adventist Review Online | IN FULL

Bill Knott is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review. August 4, 2018 To be in grace is to always be in debt—gladly, joyfully in debt.  For all the healing that it brings, grace causes one great, fatal injury. Our pride—the jest that we are masters of our fate—cannot survive when we admit how fully lost we are—and fully saved because of grace. To be in grace is to always be in debt—gladly, joyfully in debt to One who smiles at all our ledgers. Christ paid the debt, erased......

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04
Aug 2018
Adventist identity explored at Global Youth Leaders Congress :: Adventist News Network

Aug 03, 2018 | Kassel, Germany | Victor Hulbert/ Corrado Cozzi, TED & EUD News GC Youth director, Gary Blanchard, introducing the Congress. “If we don’t know who we are, we will not know why we are,” stated Pastor David Asscherick on the opening night of the Global Youth Leaders Congress in Kassel, Germany. As a first generation Seventh-day Adventist he challenged leaders by telling them, “if you don’t know it, we are weird!” That came as an uncomfortable thought following on from a list of......

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04
Aug 2018
Adventist Review Online | Cliff's Edge-Light Years and Inches

August 3, 2018 A cosmos measured in light years can overwhelm creatures measured in feet and inches. However, this contrast reveals the extent of the Creator’s love. By: Clifford Goldstein Abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning, who lived in New York City, spent time in rural North Carolina. One evening he and his wife exited a party and walked outside. The sky was cloudless, the stars sizzled. “It was a sight never seen in the city, where the reflected glare blanked out the stars and only a slice of the sky was visible from......

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04
Aug 2018
Weten wat je gelooft | Kerkgenootschap der Zevende-dags Adventisten

Adventisten hebben 28 geloofspunten afgesproken waar ze samen voor staan. Sommige geloofspunten komen regelmatig aan de orde in de kerk, andere wat minder. Advent bespreekt elke keer een paar geloofspunten. Zodat ze ons weer helder voor de geest staan. En zodat we weten wat we geloven. Dit keer geloofspunt 14: de eenheid in het lichaam van Christus. Eenheid in het lichaam van Christus De kerk is één lichaam met vele leden, geroepen uit alle landen, stammen, talen en volken. In Christus worden we een nieuwe schepping; onderscheid in ras, cultuur, ontwikkeling en......

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03
Aug 2018
New Zealand students honored for outstanding leadership :: Adventist News Network

Aug 03, 2018 | Auckland, New Zealand | Maritzo Brunt Three Adventist school students in New Zealand have been honored for their leadership qualities with a prestigious award. Manawa-Leigh Ripaki, a year 8 student at Whakatane Adventist School, Daniela Webster, a year 7 student at Whangarei Adventist Christian School, and Angelina Cariga, a year 8 student at Longburn Adventist College, all received the Sir Peter Blake Young Leader Award. The award, which is presented in partnership with Westpac, recognizes young people whose leadership stands out in their schools......

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