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Real-life forgiveness is more than just a word

How do you forgive and build bridges with the man who murdered your father? That is the reality for Jo Berry, the daughter of British politician Sir Antony Berry who was one of five killed in the October 1984 Brighton bombing of the Conservative Party annual conference. Patrick...

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More screentime needed

The SONscreen Film Festival began somewhat inauspiciously in 2002. Stacia Wright (then Dulan) was finishing up her postgraduate internship in the North American Division’s Vervent office when Director Jere Wallack (who passed away in 2018) said to her, “I have a project specifically for you. I sat down...

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Christchurch Adventist connect with Muslims in attack aftermath

In the wake of the devastating Christchurch attacks, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in South New Zealand has produced resources to help members connect and support Muslim friends and neighbors in culturally appropriate ways. With both video and printable assets, the simple techniques will help break down...

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Grandmother hopes to Be Adventist in next life

The elderly woman listened attentively in Sabbath School in a southeast Asian country.  Her Sabbath School lesson book was filled in. She looked up every verse in her Bible. Many verses were underlined in the Bible. She placed money in the Sabbath School mission offering. The woman,...

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Adventists conduct free health checks in Paupa New Guinea

Adventist health professionals from Rainbow Seventh-day Adventist Church in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea recently conducted free medical checks for their local community. The program was organized by nurse Christian Yaliki, the church’s health and temperance leader. A doctor, nutritionist and nurses were among those who...

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Adventist college in Bolivia inaugurates Center of Influence

On Thursday, March 14, Cochabamba Adventist College inaugurated a "Center of Influence," the first within the Central Adventist Education System in Bolivia. According to regional district pastor Dennis Ortega, the Center will offer health education courses to students already enrolled in the college and their parents, with...

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