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#weRtheCHURCH Sabbath Unites Adventists Across the South Pacific

Thousands connect online to worship, interact, and listen to mission stories.

It Is Written and Leaders Reopen Churches and Serve Communities in India

Initiative supported dozens of churches closed for years due to lack of funds.

How an Adventist Retirement Home Managed to Stay COVID-19-Free in Italy

Facility director credits God and the team’s strict measures for their positive results.



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Families join together to support transport drivers with food baskets, continued income

In Brazil, one of the sectors most affected by the coronavirus pandemic has been student transport. With schools closed for the past two months, many school drivers have been out of work. Students and parents joined the Colégio Adventista de Itaboraí, in the metropolitan area of Rio de Janeiro, to donate basic food baskets to these professionals. Some parents even chose to continue paying the monthly transportation fee. Thirteen drivers received an invitation to attend a brief meeting at the...

Graduation film project highlights reality of ‘Uncertainty’

Uncertainty: Life Without Graduation, a documentary short from North America, has brought real meaning to the word 'uncertainty.' Sharing the hopes and fears of high school, college, and university 2020 graduates, the plot line was thrown into disarray as novel coronavirus shut down campuses, cancelled graduations, and events made servers inaccessible to film editors.  When complete, Uncertainty: Life Without Graduation, will be a real, honest, and moving mix of real stories in a truly...

ADRA provides $2.4 million in food assistance and medical supplies to expand Adventist Community Services U.S. COVID-19 response

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), the humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, will provide food and medical supplies worth $2.4 million to the North American Division’s Adventist Community Services (ACS), to expand relief to families and essential workers in the U.S. who are impacted by and responding to the COVID-19 crisis. "As Christ is our example in all things, so must the Adventist Church continue to demonstrate love toward our neighbors. Working together to...

Adventist World Radio’s “Unlocking Bible Prophecies” series featuring Cami Oetman to debut worldwide May 31

As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and natural disasters plague countries already in distress, many people are asking some of life’s big questions:  • Can we know anything for certain when it comes to the future? • Does God really exist, and if so, does He care about what’s happening to us? • Where is this world headed? Remarkably, the Bible—God’s Word—provides answers. From May 31 - June 13, at 7 p.m. in every time zone, Cami Oetman of Adventist World Radio will host...




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