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Women’s Health 101

In many places around the world, autumn brings cooler temperatures, back-to-school shopping and schedules that are busier than ever, making it difficult for many women to find time for a checkup. With so much to do, health can sometimes take the backseat to other things...

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Israel Reflections

2018 seems to have been a bumper year for Adventist believers visiting Israel.  There is something special about walking were Jesus walked, taking a boat trip on Galilee, or worshiping on the Mount of Beatitudes.  And what can be more moving than celebrating communion near...

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Tsunami kills hundreds in Indonesia; ADRA responding

A powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia triggered a powerful tsunami that killed nearly 400 people in the hard-hit town of Palu and nearby areas in central Sulawesi leaving hundreds missing and injured. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is deploying emergency response teams to the...

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Ted Wilson inspired by Belgrade Community Center

When you have been inspired you need to visit.  That was the case for Pastor Ted Wilson during his visit to the European Pastors’ Council in Belgrade, Serbia, 28 August – 2 September 2018.  He specifically asked to visit the nearby ADRA Community Centre for...

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500 women unite for Breathe 2018

Colorful costumes, inspiring testimonies and the opportunity to dig deep and support Australia’s drought-stricken farmers were all part of this year’s Breathe conference, held on Sabbath (September 22) at Waterview in Bicentennial Park (Sydney Olympic Park). Around 500 women gathered for the event, hosted by Sydney...

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Pathfinder flame “re-ignited” in Fijian village

Organizing a Pathfinder camp can be a big challenge, but for Douglas Babakobau, Sitiveni Vesikula and Peter Varuru, who are passionate about Pathfinders, it was an easy decision to make. With the support of the local Nakorovou, Nasinu, and Viani Seventh-day Adventist churches, and nearly $A700  (500USD) donated...

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