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Coronavirus Claims Life of Adventist Pastor in Indonesia

Regional church moves to make the most of digital evangelism, online prayer sessions.

Do I or Someone I Know Have a Vulnerable Immune System?

A COVID-19 expert breaks down what it means to be immunocompromised.

Ted Wilson Encourages Members During Pandemic

Adventist encouraged to pray and read Scripture

 

 

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ADRA Mexico distributes thousands of hand sanitizers in Mexico City and Monterrey

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Mexico began distributing thousands of antibacterial gel bottles or hand sanitizers this week to persons over 65 with chronic diseases and special needs, as cases of the coronavirus increase in the country. As of Mar. 25, Mexico’s Federal Health Secretary reported that there were six deaths as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, 475 confirmed cases, and some 1,656 suspected cases. More than 180 ADRA volunteers, most of whom are church members,...

ADRA aids the most vulnerable worldwide as COVID-19 pandemic persists

COVID-19, the disease caused by novel coronavirus, which started to appear in December 2019, has now become a pandemic and caused major disruptions globally.  The numbers look bleaker and increase by the day. To date, more than 870,000 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed, with more than 43,000 reported deaths. The good news is that more than 185,000 people who contracted the virus have recovered. Around the world, stay-at-home, lockdown, and shelter-in-place orders continue to be...

Coronavirus claims life of Adventist pastor in Indonesia

Sabbath School and Personal Ministries director of the Jakarta Conference in Indonesia, Biner Silalahi, has died of the coronavirus. The cause of death was confirmed by the local health authority, a week after Silalahi’s death on March 23, 2020. He is the first employee of the Adventist Church who has died of the Covid-19 in the Southern Asia-Pacific (SSD) region. Earlier reports from the Adventist News Network and Adventist Review confirmed one Adventist member in China and another in London...

Students produce and donate hand sanitizer to the elderly

Even with the suspension of classes, some high school students from Colégio Adventista de Maceió in Brazil continue to help their community and those in need. The students are not in the classroom, instead, they are volunteering to spend part of their day in the laboratory, producing hand sanitizer with 70% gel alcohol. The students are working under the supervision of teachers Paulo Mendes and Stephano Sousa, who are responsible for Biology and Chemistry classes, respectively. The students...

 

 

 

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