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In Venezuela, Adventists share hope and kindness in more than 50 cities

“Close to You Venezuela—Smile, God Believes in You” reaches more than 700,000 people as leaders call it the biggest impact the country has ever seen.

President of Colombia declares July 4 as a national day of religious liberty and freedom of worship

Adventist religious freedom leaders in Colombia welcome the decree as they continue to advocate for the fundamental human right throughout the country.

In Cuba, Adventist Church remains hopeful for positive change after US presidential visit

Leaders hope the country's current political condition will continue to be favorable to the Church.

Worst cyclone to ever hit Fiji cuts power, water, and communication

Fiji in the dark following cyclone winston.

In Iraq, Adventist Church Leader Prays for New Church

Ted N.C. Wilson encourages the small congregation in Erbil to remain faithful.

Five Adventist students killed in Papua New Guinea crash

Engine failure is blamed for the road tragedy.

Adventist church in Myanmar trains community service workers

Service projects offer practical resources for local families.

Highlighting the peace-making power of religion, despite its mixed track record

At the 17th Annual Meeting of Religious Liberty Experts, scholars examine both the destructive and healing power of faith in society.

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

In East Venezuela, Adventists engage in historic week-long multi-city impact

More than 12,000 church members volunteered to spread messages of hope and offer assistance to more than 200,000 people in 29 cities.
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