Thousands of Adventists respond to the Zika virus in Brazil

Members of all ages are mobilizing resources to act against a virus that the World Health Organization has declared a "global public health emergency."

Adventist Christmas production in the Arabian Peninsula receives praise from visitors of various faiths

“Journey to Bethlehem” also served as a way to dispel myths in the region about the Adventist Church.

Adventists represented at G20 Interfaith Summit in Turkey

Adventists have unique contributions to make within the international community, says the church’s Public Affairs and Religious Liberty leader.

Adventist youth mobilize to spread joy and hope in Mexico City

Nearly 1,000 people in the nation's capital received a message of love and hope.

Adventists boost police force morale with labour of love

Members renovate 175 police stations and posts as part of the Church's 125th anniversary celebrations.

In Jamaica, Church awards dozens of members during 125th anniversary of Adventism celebration

Church leaders also announced service projects to coincide with the anniversary celebration.

Seven Seventh-day Adventists killed in Cameroon attacks

The village in northern Cameroon is now in a state of desolation and abandonment.

Adventists in Myanmar continue relief work as flood devastation worsens

As monsoon rains continue in flood-devastated Myanmar, Adventists throughout the country are responding to the overwhelming needs. Current national news reports indicate the death toll has passed 100 and almost one million people have been affected, a number of whom were already displaced before the flooding. The Myanmar Union Mission (MYUM) has organized the Central Emergency Disaster Response Committee (CEDRC) to implement Adventist relief work through various small groups

Myanmar floods damage 32 Adventist churches; Adventists assist flood victims

This week Adventists in Myanmar continue their assessment and relief activities in the flood-affected western areas of the country. Six weeks of heavy rainfall combined with high winds and rain from a recent cyclone have caused flooding and some landslides in four western areas, leaving 46 dead and more than 150,000 affected according to current news reports. Although at least 32 churches have been damaged with the majority still flooded, members and leaders are focused on helping their...

In Saint Kitts, Adventist youth march against crime-ridden community

Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventists joined government officials in the Caribbean island of St. Kitts last month to march against the escalating crime wave in the Cayon Community.
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