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 Nathalee Aranda is now in Tokyo to represent Panama, her native country, in the broad jump category. [PHOTO: TV Max/Courtesy of the South American Division]

Adventist athlete qualifies for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Nathalee Aranda traveled to Japan to participate in the long jump category

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Caleb Group impacts the care of Caacupé with social services and evangelistic activities. [Photo Courtesy of the South American Division]

Mission Caleb: 1,500 young people leave their mark in Paraguay

Leaders of the Youth Ministry challenged more than 1,500 Calebs to share Christ through social and missionary actions in different parts of the country.

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Watch this interview with the Youth and Young Adult Ministries team to learn more about the convention, and find out how to register. [Photo: Screen grab from the North American Division’s website]

Collaboration Key From the Start With Do It Together Sabbath School Convention

The virtual event in September offers training to Sabbath School leaders to promote coming together across different age groups, platforms.

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[Photo Courtesy of the Southern Asia-Pacific Division]

SSD Holds Public Campus Ministries Youth Alive for Students

The Public Campus Ministries (PCM) of the Youth Department of the Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) spearheaded a Youth Alive week for students from July 12–17, 2021. The online event was hosted by...

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Southern Adventist University professors Lucinda Hill, David Nelsen, and Mitch Menzmer [Photo provided by Southern Adventist University]

Southern Adventist University Professors Contribute to Book About Seeing God’s Hand in Nature

Book released this summer includes a variety of short essays written by men and women of faith from a wide range of scientific disciplines.

Science
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Andrews University Launches a Certificate in Global Leadership

The Andrews University Department of Leadership is offering a new certificate aimed at nurturing professionals, students, entrepreneurs, and organizational leaders into world changers with a spiritual mission.

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What Do Seventh Day Adventists Believe?

Understanding the beauty of the 28 fundamental beliefs and how they are meant to be lived

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Limitless Possibilities: Larry Evan's Story of Hope and Change

Leader Profile: Larry R Evans, Assistant to the President for Adventist Possibility Ministries

There are some people who really seem to get the heart of God and employ that mindset into everything they do. Larry Evans is one of those people. With a strong belief that God never gave up on him ...

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How Can You Be Like Daniel?

President of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church, Ted N.C. Wilson and his wife Nancy reflect on the life of Daniel ahead of Children’s Ministries Sabbath

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ADRA created a nutrition manual to teach women in Madagascar how to cook tasty and nutritious dishes with their garden produce. [Photo Credit: Livatina Ranarison]

ADRA Vegetable Gardens Feed Families in Madagascar During COVID-19 Pandemic

In Madagascar, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is training people to grow successful vegetable gardens, raise poultry, and make handcrafts to supplement lost income during the COVID...

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Aerial view of the dinosaur dig near Newcastle, Wyoming, held this past school year for North Pacific Union students. [Photo provided by the North Pacific Union Gleaner.]

North Pacific Union Students Dig Up Dinosaur Bones in Wyoming

The North Pacific Union sponsored academy students and teachers to go on a hunt for dinosaur bones. The team was made up of sixth through eleventh grade students, teachers, and parents. In total, 27 p...

Education
The new 2,600-seater auditorium is larger than the previous one that was damaged through a fire in 2012. The School of Nursing & Allied Health classrooms and offices are housed on the ground floor of the building.[Photo: University of Southern Caribbean]

In Trinidad, Adventist University Dedicates New Auditorium and School of Nursing & Allied Health Facility

The University of Southern Caribbean (USC), a Seventh-day Adventist-operated institution whose main campus is situated in Maracas Valley, Trinidad, and Tobago, recently commissioned and dedicated a br...

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Living Kingdom: The lost camera

Lost Coin “And when she finds it, she calls her friends and neighbors together and says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost coin.’ In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence o...

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Dr. Erich Baumgartner (top) and Dr. Randy Siebold lead a discussion. [Photo Courtesy of Adventist Record]

Hundreds Attend Leadership Essentials Program

“The purpose was to gather as many leaders as possible together at the beginning of the new quinquennium to share our leadership strategic direction and conduct a series of workshops around these key ...

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Church of Jardim Emilia ready to open the doors to the local community [Photo Courtesy of the South American Division]

A Family's Dream Transforms Garage into a Church in the City of Jacare

Inauguration of new place of worship was the result of a partnership between the church's administrative headquarters and the Novo Tempo de Comunicação network

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July 20 was declared National Day of Mourning in Belgium in honor of the victims and missing persons of the severe floods that hit the country.

According to reports, Belgium received extreme rainfall starting from July 12 to 15, which left a trail of devastation to populated areas. At least 31 people died in the floods and 163 are reported mi...

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Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists: One Year Later

The online Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists recently celebrated its first anniversary. It has proven to be a reliable and extensive source of information for those who seek to learn more about t...

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The Desbravadores Club was officially founded in 1950. Throughout its existence, it has impacted generations around the world [Photo Courtesy of the South American Division]

National Day of Pathfinders Is Approved by local government in Brazil.

After first going through the Chamber of Deputies, text must be approved by the Senate

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Germany and Belgium Hit by Devastating Floods, Killing More than 160 People

More than 160 people are dead, and hundreds more remain missing after catastrophic flooding hit large parts of Western Europe. A desperate search for survivors continues despite great obstacles and di...

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In all, 12 prisons in the Federal District and region are covered by the project. [Photo: Arthur Felipe and Geovani Lima]

Adventist volunteers bring a message of hope to detainees in Goiás

This initiative, which also takes place in other prisons, helps in the reintegration and social development of those who are incarcerated

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