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  • Mark Finley talks about the Church September 17, 2019
    Mark Finley is an experienced public evangelist, who currently serves as Assistant to the President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, located in the U.S. of Maryland. He has written more than 70 books and spoke recently about his new book, The Church Triumphant. Do you believe that God’s people, coming from various […]
  • City Hall changes Independence Parade start time to accommodate Pathfinders September 17, 2019
    Brazilian Independence Day is celebrated on September 7. This national holiday is marked by public celebrations in small and large cities all around the country. In Carlos Chagas, in eastern Minas Gerais, the civic parade began later than usual, just after sunset. According to the city hall, the change occurred so that regional Pathfinder clubs […]
  • In the Bahamas, Adventist Church assists members relocating in Nassau September 17, 2019
    “You are not alone. Your church family is with you and God is touching many hearts all over the world to help you endure through this process,” Peter Kerr, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Atlantic Caribbean Union, as he spoke to dozens of church members who evacuated Abaco and Grand Bahama after […]
  • Former Undertreasurer for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church passes to his rest. September 9, 2019
    Donald Robinson, former Undertreasurer of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, passed to his rest Friday evening, September 6, 2019. He was 79. “On behalf of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the worldwide church family, we offer our sincere sympathy and Christian condolences to Elaine Robinson and the entire Robinson family,” stated Ted […]
  • ADRA prepares food and water assistance to help families in the Bahamas September 5, 2019
    Four days have passed since Category 5 Hurricane Dorian dumped heavy rain on the Abaco and Grand Bahama islands for more than 40 hours. As the storm tapers off, the devastation is immense. Families have been left stranded in their homes, knee-deep in high-rise water levels, while countless others are left homeless.  Aid Restricted Temporarily […]
  • In the Bahamas, Adventist Church accounting for members after Hurricane Dorian September 5, 2019
    Seventh-day Adventist leaders in Nassau, The Bahamas, are still waiting to know the fate of the hundreds of members who have been affected by the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian on the hardest hit islands of Abaco, Grand Bahama, Bimini and the Berry Islands.  The Category 4 hurricane pounded the northern Bahamas for over 40 […]
  • Rwandan President, along with President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, inaugurates new Adventist medical school in East Africa September 5, 2019
    His Excellency Paul Kagame, the president of the Republic of Rwanda, and Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church, recently unveiled the new East-Central Africa Division (ECD) School of Medicine.  Eustace Pennicook, founding dean of the medical school, highlighted the four phases of the school and explained to the attendees the first phase […]
  • Dinosaur research draws world-wide acclaim, inspires new TV series September 4, 2019
    Big things are happening with Southwestern Adventist University’s Dinosaur Research Project. With its Dinosaur Science Museum housing a world-class collection of over 25,000 bones and its ever-increasing media exposure, the project is drawing unprecedented attention. For those who can’t visit the project’s dig site in Wyoming, Hope Channel is preparing to release a six-episode documentary […]
  • Adventist volunteers provide care to pilgrims in Minas Gerais September 4, 2019
    Every year, Catholic pilgrims leave their homes throughout Minas Gerais, Brazil, to walk to the city of Romaria for one of the greatest religious festivities in the state, which takes place on August 15. Some of these pilgrims start walking as early as August 1st. This year, the members of the Espaço Adventista da Colina […]
  • Adventists in Rwanda celebrate 100 years of mission September 4, 2019
    More than 40,000 Seventh-day Adventists in Rwanda flocked to the Amahoro National Stadium, located in the capitol city of Kigali, to celebrate 100 years of Adventism in the country.  President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson,  preaching to the congregation on Sabbath, called the event “momentous” and reminded everyone of God’s leadership throughout the […]
  • ADRA readies to assist the Abaco and Grand Bahama Islands slammed by Hurricane Dorian September 3, 2019
    Since Monday, September 2, the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama in the Bahamas were hardest hit by Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm with sustained winds of 185 mph with gusts of up to 220 mph. Local reports in the Bahamas indicate at least five people are dead and 21 people injured. The hurricane’s […]
  • Adventist Church works to clarify its stance on abortion August 29, 2019
    A diverse group of Seventh-day Adventist medical experts, theologians, healthcare administrators and ethicists are currently engaged in an attempt to clarify the Church’s official stance on the controversial issue of abortion. The denomination last offered guidelines, but not an official statement on abortion, in a 1992 document. Beginning two years ago, the Biblical Research Institute of […]
  • New program coming to Hope Channel August 29, 2019
    Hope Channel International will launch a new television program entitled, “Revival for Mission” that will premiere on Hope Channel every Friday, starting September 6, 2019 at 8:30pm (EST).  Hosted by President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, Ted N.C. Wilson and President of Hope Channel International, Derek Morris, Revival for Mission will be a weekly half-hour program that […]
  • Bangladesh: Thousands affected by slum fire, lose everything August 26, 2019
    Reports estimate more than 15,000 people were heavily affected by a recent fire that swept across a densely populated slum in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh. The left three people injured, and more than 2,000 houses damaged beyond repair. The local government has been working to place people in temporary shelters. “Thousands of families […]
  • AdventistHelp and ADRA partner to construct field hospital in Uganda August 20, 2019
    AdventistHelp was founded in 2015 as a medical humanitarian initiative in response to the overwhelming refugee crisis in the Middle East at the time. Their first major project was to provide an emergency mobile medical unit for refugees crossing the dangerous channel from Turkey into Greece. This was a life-changing experience.  In a brief history […]