Over 3000 persons were part of the 'Experience the Transformation' rally which took place at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima, Trinidad on May 27, 2017. This massive rally which included all eight zones of the South Caribbean Conference was promoted as a key event on the Conference's calendar.
The Better Men Movement’s aim is not only to provide a forum for men with the conference, but to equip the men of the church and the various communities that they have been called to serve with the tools critical to promoting Godly manhood within the society and the church. It's motto is “Men of Spirit…Men of Worth."
Seventh-day Adventists in Indonesia raised more than $100,000 in three weeks to help missionary ministries in the church’s Southern Asia-Pacific region (SSD).
With memories of the London terrorist attack in March still etched on our minds, today the United Kingdom woke up to the aftermath of yet another atrocity. Yesterday evening, May 22, Manchester, the United Kingdom’s second largest city, found itself victim to another act of terrorism.
Leaders in the Euro-Asia Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a church region that includes the Russian Federation, released an official statement last week, as they try to counter false news circulating about the status of the church in that country.
President's meetings are a usually a coming apart of the ministerial fraternity and Conference directors with a view to streamlining the overall impact and effectiveness of the work. Occasionally, former workers and administrators drop by to share their invaluable experience and counsel.
The Executive Committee of the Seventh-day Adventist Church voted new world directors for two of its departments at the denomination headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States on April 11.
The first field school of evangelism for Japan was organized this month to help reach the 99 percent of people in Japan who not Christian or unfamiliar with Christianity.
Adventist medical student becomes first black female accepted into Johns Hopkins neurosurgical residency program
On March 17, shortly after 26-year-old Nancy Abu-Bonsrah, originally from the Ashanti Region in Ghana, received the news that she had been accepted into the residency program at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine's neurosurgical department, she posted this on Facebook: “What a way to begin the Sabbath!
Twenty-five deaf people were baptized in the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s first deaf baptisms in Burundi as church members step up efforts to share the gospel with the hearing impaired across East Africa.
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