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Jul 2018
Adventist Review Online | A Salt Mine, Some Fossils, and Concentration Camps

June 30, 2018 In Poland, Trans-European Division Master Guide camp builds memories for life. By: David Rancic, Trans-European Division News & Adventist Review How do you define the high point of an event when there are too many to pinpoint? That is the challenge for the 144 attendees returning from the seventh Trans-European Division (TED) Master Guide camp near Krakow, Poland. The Master Guides gathered first at Rynek Główny, the medieval market square in Krakow, for the four-day campout held June 21–24, 2018, and werewelcomedby the TED Pathfinder director, Peter Bo Bohsen, and the Polish volunteers.......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Volunteers Plant Trees to Create Ecological Awareness in Brazil

June 30, 2018 Church-led environmental initiative highlights the importance of caring for nature. By: Andréa Figueiró, South American Division News & Adventist Review More than 600 volunteers took part in an Adventist-led tree-planting initiative in Paraíba State, in northeast Brazil, on June 3, 2018. The plan, backed by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in the region, looks to counter increasing water erosion in the area. It also looks to create awareness, say the organizers, about the importance of caring for God’s nature. An ongoing transformation of coastal areas in Paraíba due......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Cliff's Edge-Choose Your Farfetchedness

June 29, 2018 We have been so propagandized by the narrative of cave men with clubs that the idea of a superior race in far antiquity seems like science fiction. By: Clifford Goldstein  Look, dinosaur fossils are real, which means that dinosaurs were as well. The company line (the company being the scientific-industrial complex) proclaims that after billions of years of random mutation and natural selection, a microscopic proto-life morphed into dinosaurs. Then 65 million years ago a giant asteroid nosedived into the ground and, filling the atmosphere with soot and ash, blocked......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Cardiac Unit Offering ‘Last Chance at Life’ Expands at Adventist Hospital

June 28, 2018 Florida Hospital is helping save patients with acute lung or heart failure. By: Florida Hospital News Chris Rodriguez was working as a DJ when his lungs failed. Doctors initially gave the 28-year-old no hope of recovery.  But that changed when he came to a specialized unit at Florida Hospital that offers life support via the Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) machine, which does what the lungs and heart cannot by pumping a patient’s blood outside their body, oxygenating it, and then filtering it back into the body. “When someone’s heart or......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist University Gets $50,000 Grant for Racial Justice and Equity

June 28, 2018 US Southern Adventist University one of the selected among hundreds of schools. By: Southern Adventist University News Southern Adventist University (SAU), a Seventh-day Adventist school in Collegedale, Tennessee, United States, received a $50,000 grant in June 2018 from Lumina Foundation’s Fund for Racial Justice and Equity. A project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, the grant seeks to fund a multi-pronged project addressing racial justice and equity on campus. Project components include recording and sharing oral histories; inviting nationally recognized speakers to Southern; funding creative student-led programs; and researching the impact......

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Jun 2018
ADRA continues assisting fishing communities still recovering from Hurricane Irma :: Adventist News Network

Jun 27, 2018 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | Wilkin Santana/IAD Staff The new dock will assist more than 65 fishermen in the Boba Community unload their catch as well as provide rides to tourists who visit the region. Image by ADRA Dominicana The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in the Dominican Republic recently finished the construction of a loading dock, built to help the family-owned fishing businesses in the Boba community of the Maria Trinidad Sanchez Province. 30 homes were destroyed and dozens of lives affected when a tidal wave......

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Jun 2018
Bijzondere wegen | Kerkgenootschap der Zevende-dags Adventisten

 Albert, Eize, Pieter Jacob en Linda. Speranza in Lelystad vierde op 23 juni feest. Maar liefst vier mensen kozen voor de doop in bijzijn van familie en vrienden. Het feest was helemaal compleet met het opdragen van vijf kinderen, na de doophandeling. Gedoopt zijn: Pieter Jacob Post (29), Linda Post-Guyt (30), Eize Post (26), Albert van Laar (19). De vier dopelingen wonen op Urk en namen aardig wat famlieleden en vrienden naar Lelystad. Daarnaast was er een aantal adventisten met Urker roots aanwezig. Warm was het niet, maar de kou verhinderde enkele......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Sydney Adventist Hospital Surgeons Perform Complex Robotic Surgery

June 27, 2018 Dual-console operation, a first for the health-care institution. By: Leisa O’Connor, Adventist Record In a first for Sydney Adventist Hospital, a complex dual-console gynecological operation using the state-of-the-art da Vinci robot has been performed with the surgeons working side by side simultaneously. Sydney Adventist Hospital, known as the San, is currently one of only four hospitals in New South Wales, Australia, to have dual consoles for surgery. The procedure involves both surgeons controlling the highly advanced robotic technology while seated at separate consoles, sharing and swapping control of the instruments, taking turns......

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Jun 2018
Grant for racial justice and equity awarded to Southern Adventist University :: Adventist News Network

Jun 27, 2018 | Collegedale, Tennessee, United States | Janell Hullquist, Southern Adventist University This month, Southern Adventist University received a $50,000 grant from Lumina Foundation’s Fund for Racial Justice and Equity, a project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, to fund a multi-pronged project addressing racial justice and equity on campus. Project components include recording and sharing oral histories, inviting nationally-recognized speakers to Southern, funding creative student-led programs, and researching the impact of all these efforts on employee and student attitudes. “Southern has an opportunity to be a......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Church Partners to Help a Community in the Philippines

June 27, 2018 Regional-headquarters workers paint, clean, and share Jesus in beach-area town. By: Edward Rodriguez and Welsie Dela Cruz, Southern Asia-Pacific Division News Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) headquarters workers and their families recently took time from their regular work to take part in mission outreach to an island more than 500 kilometers (300 miles) away. In the town of Taytay, about 170 kilometers (105 miles) northeast of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines, they brushed chairs and painted schoolrooms, picked up trash from a beach, put up a concrete wall for a local church,......

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