On the sidelines of the G20 Summit, Adventist advocate talks peace-building

At an international gathering in Beijing, China, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s top diplomat addressed challenges to human rights and peace.

Training expands for substance abuse prevention program in Southeast Asia

The Adventist Church’s “Youth Alive” ministry equips marginalized youth to make positive life choices.

In St. Maarten, local church aims to reach 1,500 residents with hope, compassion

Members of the New Bethany Spanish Adventist Church planted trees, visited hospitals and led presentations on nutrition during week-long outreach in Phillipsburg.

Wildfire continues to burn in Madeira Portugal

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency and the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Portugal respond to community needs.

Adventist ministry in British Columbia helps a single-mother through an extreme home makeover

The Church in the Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church completes its 15th home repair.

In South America, Adventist humanitarians provide educational, psychological and financial support to nearly 5,500 refugees

The humanitarian arm for the Seventh-day Adventist Church has assisted more than 100,000 refugees worldwide.

In Panama, members serve soup with a dash of hope

More than 300 people were fed as a result of the “Soup of Hope” initiative organized by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Panama City.

Adventist-sponsored Washington D.C. gala rallies broad support for religious freedom

Keynote speaker Erastus Mwencha, an African Union leader and Adventist Church member, says promoting religious freedom is both a personal responsibility and a political imperative.

Historic evangelism meetings in Rwanda yield 97,344 baptisms

Ted Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, says members in Rwanda have set an example to the rest of the world church.

Paul Ratsara Steps Aside as SID President

Adventist Church president Ted Wilson thanks Ratsara for his many years of church service.
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