Tree of Hope surprises people with free books

Impacto Esperança campaign in Brazil inspires reading and helps fight psychological issues


Max Mace, 82, Adventist Music Legend, Passes to His Rest

Heritage Singers’ music brought hope to millions


The Bible is Foundational

President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ted N.C. Wilson, shares about worldwide Week of Prayer.


Humanitarian agency installs community anticovid committees

Executive Directorate of Health Promotion of Peru partners with ADRA


Can we 'talk' to the dead? A personal story highlights Bible answers

The book The First Deception seeks answers emanating from the Bible on this topic.


Almost 22 million books highlight hope amid pandemic

In addition to the printed copies delivered in South America, the digital version will break physical and geographical barriers to achieve the same objective


EU Food Security Project Nanded Over To Communities and ADRA Fiji

A three-year program funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) has been officially handed back to the people after benefiting more than 10...


Missionary Books Are Made Available at Bus Terminals

The "Viaje Lendo" project, carried out in cities in the south of Bahia, has already delivered around 40,000 books and magazines for free


Portugal: Pathfinders In Times Of Pandemic

We have been through difficult times; of this, no one has any doubts. The Pathfinders have also suffered from this pandemic. Being deprived of face-to-face meetings, many have lost their course and co...


Indigenous Communities Receive Toys Donated by Students

In Santa Catarina, students took action during Children's Month, which benefited 110 indigenous people


My Ministry: God multiplies our offerings

From olive leaf throat spray to flower arrangements, Marilene Stevenson has come up with a myriad of ways to raise money for 13th Sabbath offerings.


4-year-old breaks hiking record with medical missionary family on Appalachian Trail

A volunteer physician family serving in the Northern African country of Chad took a seven-month break to hike the Appalachian Trail with their four children — their 4-year-old girl is believed to be t...


Hospitality Right on Time

If I have learned anything in life, it’s that if you take care of God’s business, He will take care of yours. He will sustain you and open doors that you would never have imagined. My wife Melina and ...


Adventist Foundation And ADRA Respond To Earthquake That Rocks Turkey And Greece

On October 30, a powerful earthquake struck the Aegean Sea rattling the countries of Turkey and Greece. It was felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul. Turkey and Greece are located on or near many ac...


ADRA Workers Released In The Democratic Republic of Congo

Two aid relief workers employed by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA), along with an unidentified person, were released on November 3 by anonymous captors in the Democratic Republic of...


Minister of Education in the Dominican Republic Makes Historic Visit To Adventist University, Offers Grant Support

The Dominican Republic’s Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology (MESCYT) Franklin García Fermín along with government officials recently visited the Dominican Adventist University (UNAD)...


Adventist Hospital in North Mexico Opens New Geriatric Center

 La Carlota Adventist Hospital recently inaugurated a new geriatric center in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The new center will serve elderly persons looking to restore their health away from home. H...


Neuroplasticity and discipleship: How training can transform us

Dr Edyta Jankiewicz explains the difference between trying and training to be more like Christ


Can back-pain sufferers benefit from a biking routine?

Biking promotes endurance and the overall performance of the heart and lungs, and the musculoskeletal system — especially the spine. In contrast to other forms of exercise such as jogging or aerobics,...


Casting hell into the lake of fire

"Hell no": Jarrod Stackelroth explains why a different narrative is needed.


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