May 10, 2019 In India and Bangladesh, ADRA is assisting those affected by Fani. By: ADRA International News Food assistance may take a while to arrive as survivors of Cyclone Fani (pronounced “foe-nee”) in India and Bangladesh recover from the storm that caused death and destruction in early May. In India Since Cyclone Fani made…

Leonard Bailey, MD, the renowned Loma Linda University Health surgeon who garnered international media attention in 1984 for transplanting a baboon’s heart into a human infant known as “Baby Fae,” the research from which spawned human-to-human infant heart transplants and other cardiac treatment breakthroughs, died today at the age of 76 following a battle with…

May 10, 2019 No life-threatening injuries sustained in early-hours mishap in San Francisco. By: Beth Thomas, Adventist News Network, and Adventist Review The Oakwood University Aeolians touring choir was involved in a fiery bus accident just hours before a scheduled performance in San Francisco, California, United States.  According to a press release from the university’s…

May 11, 2019  |  Roseville, California, United States  |  Maranatha Volunteers International One year after breaking ground at the Khunti Seventh-day Adventist School in India, the large 12-classroom Elementary Education Center (EEC) on campus is complete. The school has an enrollment of 1,300 but is forced to turn away hundreds of children each year due…

May 11, 2019 80 Adventist young people learn how to use their communication skills for outreach. By: Ivalina Ilieva, Inter-European Division, and Adventist Review On May 3-6, 2019, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bulgaria organized a Media Academy to improve the use of communication skills to reach people with the good news of salvation found…

May 11, 2019  |  College Place, Washington, United  |  T. Brooke Sample Bringing clean water to the people of Paradise, California, was a main priority for the group. [Photo courtesy of Walla Walla University] Magnifying Glass View Larger Devastation. Loss. Hope. The juxtaposition of miles of destruction beside yellow daffodils and blooming trees left a…

May 11, 2019 Across Australia, Tutankhamun roadshow is supporting Adventist outreach. By: Maritza Brunt, Adventist Record Ancient Egyptian history is now accessible in schools across Australia, courtesy of a mobile museum. “Tutankhamun: The Roadshow,” affectionately known as the King Tut Roadshow, is a collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts housed in a semi-trailer.  Curated and founded by…

May 10, 2019  |  Ontario, Canada  |  ADRA Canada Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo is causing thousands of people to flee to safety across the border into the country of Uganda. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has been engaged in helping the refugees as they make new lives for themselves. The…

May 10, 2019 Pea-based option looks and tastes like meat and is high in plant protein. By: South American Division News, and Adventist Review Superbom, the Seventh-day Adventist manufacturer of health food products in Brazil, has launched a new product — its Gourmet Burger. According to the food company’s marketing department, this new vegan option…

May 9, 2019 A delay forced them to miss the fateful ET302 flight. By: Nola Tudu and Joy Kuttapan, Southern Asia-Pacific Division & Adventist Review Everything seemed to proceed according to plan for two teachers from Asia-Pacific International University (APIU) in Saraburi, Thailand to travel to Kenya. But then Pradeep Tudu, vice president for…

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