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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Family Connections Support Teen Mental Health, Says Practitioner

June 9, 2018 Behavioral expert at Adventist healthcare institution shares some tips. By: Larry Becker, Loma Linda University News Glenn Scott wants you to think about an ice-cold can of your favorite soda. Now shake it up. When you pop the can top, the soda explodes out of the can. “When a teenager and family seek help at a hospital like Loma Linda University Behavioral Medical Center, that’s like an exploding can of soda,” Scott says. “We want to help teenagers before that ‘explosion.’ Seeking help lets us work on behavioral issues together.......

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Jun 2018
Police officers invite Alaverdi residents to Health Expo :: Adventist News Network

Jun 07, 2018 | Alaverdi, Armenia | Gracia Nanagulyan Recently the church in Alaverdi, Armenia, organized a city-wide health expo, the first in this region. Over 200 people visited the three day event which was highlighted on local television station “Ankyun +3.” The small town of Alaverdi is the old center of the copper industry in Armenia, located among the rocky mountains, covered with forest. It was in this mountainous area that the Health Expo took place, where participants measured their blood pressure, percentage of body fat and learned their biological age. In......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Brazilian Float Truck Used as Adventist Launchpad to Share Hope

June 9, 2018 Adventists walk, bike, skate, and even sail to reach both urban and isolated residents. By: Anne Seixas & Simone Joe, South American Division News & Adventist Review Seventh-day Adventist members deployed across two populous urban centers and many small communities of the northern Brazilian States of Pará, Amapá e Maranhão, in late May 2018. Their goal? To distribute more than 1.7 million copies of the 2018 mission book O Poder da Esperança to homes, non-government organizations (NGOs), public places, and even state prisons. Volunteers traveled not only by......

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Jun 2018
God changes hearts with 5 baptisms on Pitcairn :: Adventist News Network

Jun 07, 2018 | Pitcairn Island | Melva Warren Evans Evangelist Jean-Noel Adeline, third left, posing with baptismal candidates in Bounty Bay, Pitcairn, on Sabbath, June 2, 2018. (Melva Warren Evans / Facebook) I have been struggling to find words — words that you would not dismiss as incredible or even laughable — to describe the past 18 days, which culminated in an amazing way last Sabbath, June 2. You may be a nonbeliever, an atheist, or simply indifferent to religion. It’s your right to believe or not to believe. So, just......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Evangelistic Series Results in More than 19,000 Baptisms in Tanzania

June 8, 2018 Mark Finley was the main speaker of the ‘Revelation of Hope’ meetings. By: Prince Bahati, East Central Africa Division News & Adventist Review More than 19,000 people were baptized in Mwanza, Tanzania, many of them on June 2, 2018, after attending a ‘Revelation of Hope’ evangelistic series. It was the crowning act of a three-week evangelism series with pastor Mark Finley as the main speaker. Watching thousands wading into the waters of Lake Victoria for baptism, Finley said he would always remember that moment. “I will never forget the time......

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Jun 2018
Lake Union Youth distribute petition urging fairness and humanity in U.S. immigration and gun control policy :: Adventist News Network

Jun 08, 2018 | Berrien Springs, Michigan | Debbie Michel, Lake Union associate director of communication. Photo credit: Courtesy Lake Union Conference More than 300 participants attending last weekend’s Hispanic Youth Congress on the campus of Andrews University signed petitions requesting fairness and humanity in policies pertaining to U.S. immigration and gun control. According to Carmelo Mercado, Lake Union vice president and director of Multicultural ministries, the decision to circulate the two petitions grew out of discussions leading up to a social justice workshop at the youth congress, as “we wanted to......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Adventist Families Lose Crops and Homes After Guatemala Volcano Eruption

June 8, 2018 ADRA is assisting them and many others with water, food, and supplies. By: Libna Stevens, Inter-American Division News The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Guatemala, with the help of its church member volunteers, is distributing water and food to families displaced by the deadly volcano eruptions in the south-central region of Guatemala. The Volcano of Fire began spewing lava and ash on June 3, 2018, covering villages, leaving more than 75 dead and more than 200 persons missing, government officials reported. More than 1.7 million people have been......

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Jun 2018
Adventist Review Online | Japanese Delegation Looks Into German Hospice Method

June 8, 2018 Cultural shifts have changed norms associated with death in Japan By: Seventh-day Adventist Church in Germany News (APD) & Adventist Review A delegation from Japan visited Hospice Berlin, of the Advent Welfare Organization (AWW) on May 30, 2018. The Japanese delegation included 15 healthcare professionals, among them physicians, scientists, and managing directors from the nursing and medical sectors. Their intended purpose, they shared, was to get acquainted with the outpatient and inpatient hospice service in Germany. “When dealing with the prospect of facing death, Germany is vastly superior to us,” said journalist......

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