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Session Attendee bicycles from Brazil to Atlanta

Few people can say they've visited more than a couple countries in less than a year, but one Seventh-day Adventist has bicycled across eleven since last August in an 8,600-mile journey meant to spread the church's message of hope. George Silva's trek began in his native Brazil, where the 49-year-old kicked up his bike stand in Boa Vista and pedaled through northern South America

Session Attendee bicycles from Brazil to Atlanta

Few people can say they've visited more than a couple countries in less than a year, but one Seventh-day Adventist has bicycled across eleven since last August in an 8,600-mile journey meant to spread the church's message of hope. George Silva's trek began in his native Brazil, where the 49-year-old kicked up his bike stand in Boa Vista and pedaled through northern South America. George Silva arrives at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Thursday, June 24, completing his 8,600-mile bicycle journey from Brazil

Delegates move 2010-2015 Tell the World plan to G.C. Session

Lowell Cooper, a general vice president of the Adventist Church, introduces a proposal for the church's mission theme for the years 2010 to 2015: "Reach Up, Reach Out, Reach Across." The proposal was put into the agenda for GC Session, scheduled for June 2010. [photo: Rajmund Dabrowski/ANN] Delegates to the 2009 Annual Council of the Seventh-day Adventist world church voted unanimously October 11 to move forward a continuance of the current "Tell the World" evangelistic strategy for the next quinquennium. The plan will come before delegates to the 59th General Conference Session of the Adventist world church due for Atlanta, Georgia, beginning in June 2010
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