Parliament member from one of the world’s most remote islands promotes Sabbath observance

Erity Teave, Honoui and Rapa Nui’s Council of Chiefs President on Easter Island, acknowledges the Church on the day of her baptism.

Miracle on Everest: Adventist climber escapes death from avalanche after earthquake in Nepal

“Amid the flood, God shook my hand,” recounts the survivor

ADRA part of relief efforts following earthquake in Chile

Food, water part of initial response

None of the Chilean miners are Adventist — let’s be OK with that

An obscure part of the Copiapó desert, Chile became the focus of a media frenzy last week as the whole world watched in anticipation as, one by one, 33 miners were raised from the depths of the San José mine to be reunited with their families after 10 weeks underground. The word 'miracle' was used in many a news report -- never more so than by the Christian Community.

In South America, continent-wide outreach takes message, magazine to community

Church members in Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil march to promote the Day of Hope initiative. [photo courtesy South American Divison] Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventists in South America took to the streets Saturday in the latest continent-wide outreach campaign, promoting health initiatives, distributing malaria-control kits and collecting food for community services centers. Church leaders said the event and the accompanying distribution of 30 million evangelistic magazines were to highlight the seventh-day Sabbath as a day of hope for families, for physical and mental health and better contact with God
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