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A Shot in the Arm

Festival of Faith gives students a much-needed spiritual boost

Ministries

Collaborative Effort Boosts Solidarity During the Pandemic

Learn stories of people who make a difference in the lives of others in the midst of the economic and health crises unleashed by COVID-19

News

General Conference Treasurer Juan Prestol-Puesán Announces Retirement

Prestol-Puesán is known for his steady leadership and reliance on God during challenging times.

Leadership

In face of pandemic, Adventist Church’s finances held in 2020, thanks to cutbacks, God’s provision

Treasury officers report miracles small and large along with positive financial report

Business Meetings

How to Manage Exhaustion When Your Kids Won’t Let You Sleep

Lockdown has challenged many people to maintain a sleep schedule, especially parents with kids who don’t want to sleep. Sleep medicine experts are noticing parents’ sleep struggles and subsequent exha...

Health

Retiree descends groceries by rope to help needy people

Arinda Silva, 76, is isolated and that's why she found an unusual way to continue helping despite the pandemic

News

After “Extremely Miniscule Chance of Survival,” Eustis Man Beats COVID-19

At 4:23 a.m. on Jan. 21, Jorge Garcia’s life drastically changed when he was urgently taken by ambulance to the emergency department at AdventHealth Waterman with a fever and shortness of breath. Garc...

Health

Self-Awareness and Mentoring: The Case of Samuel and Eli

Self-awareness is fundamental to greatness. It helps individuals understand why they were born and what contribution God wants them to make to the world. It is the force that keeps the wheel of life t...

Commentary

Adventist Global Virtual Campmeeting to Launch May 19

This online event will bring members together from around the world to encourage each other, focus on our beliefs, and prepare for the mission at hand.

News

ADRA Responds To Get Critical Aid To St. Vincent And The Grenadines Where A Volcano Erupted

Food, water, and shelter become crucial necessities for thousands of evacuees

Humanitarian

They Washed More than 40 Cars in One Day in Exchange for Non-perishable Food

Within the framework of Holy Week, the young people from Libertador San Martin, Entre Ríos, carried out a community activity that caught the attention of residents and visitors.

News

Mobilized on several fronts, Adventist volunteers donate more than 40 tons of food

The pandemic has exposed human frailty in an intense way, bringing difficulties to the lives of thousands of people. However, this period full of challenges also increased solidarity actions.  The Sev...

News

ADRA’s mission for refugees continues

Refugees Refer To Settlements In The North Of France As "Europe's Worst Refugee Camps”

Humanitarian

Fitness Exchange: Project Mobilizes Students for Online Physical Activities Subtitle: Belo Horizonte, a teacher, encouraged students from Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, and Espirito Santo to exercise

"Stay at home", a phrase constantly used in the pandemic to avoid agglomerations, may be serving as a justification for those who have not yet made peace with physical activities or healthy balance. A...

Health

Rural and Indigenous Communities Receive Donations During Easter

In Porto Seguro and the surrounding region, a solidarity action carried out during the Easter Mutirão served over 70 families from indigenous and rural communities

Human Interest

Loma Linda University Health works with pregnant woman diagnosed with blood cancer to deliver healthy twins

Violeta Andrade discovered within the span of a week that she was pregnant with twins and also had a form of blood cancer called chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Care team personnel at Loma Linda U...

Health

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister shares message of hope at Easter

Over the Easter weekend, Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape, a Seventh-day Adventist, released a message encouraging the nation to “reflect on Jesus Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection” and ...

News

Psychiatric hospital patients receive blankets and basic baskets from Adventist volunteers

With 80 hospital beds registered by SUS, the sanatorium serves 51 municipalities in Bahia and has existed for 64 years

Health

Helping women stay above the poverty line in PNG

To help struggling women in PNG, Pastor Leighton Kasimo and his wife Ato run classes in sewing to help them find financial dependence.

News

10,000 Toes campaign launches in Kiribati

People living in the remote Pacific nation of Kiribati are able to access health check-ups and workshops through a new wellness hub run by Seventh-day Adventists. The Tarawa Wellness Hub, on the main ...

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