Seventh-day Adventist YouTube Channel Restored

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Seventh-day Adventist YouTube Channel Restored

Silver Spring, Maryland, United States | ANN

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is praising God after the official YouTube Channel of the denomination was restored. The channel had been offline since YouTube removed it for violating community guidelines.
The communication department of the Adventist World Church, in consultation with the Office of General Council, appealed the decision twice, first on Monday, February 28, and then again on March 3. 
On March 4, the Adventist Church asked church members on Twitter to pray for the channel to be restored and to repost tagging YouTube asking for the appeal to be heard. On Saturday, March 5, the channel was restored. 
Communication director of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, Williams Costa Jr. says, “The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s YouTube channel is vital in sharing Jesus and His love with others. We were devastated to see it taken down, but God has shown us He is always working. We have been amazed and inspired by the prayers and support of our Church members. God answered their prayers and we are incredibly grateful.”