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Adventist Community Services Hosts Its Finale to Older Persons Month

The grand finale to October’s seniors’ recognition activities by the Adventist Community Services Department took place on Sunday (October 31, 2021) at Pedro St. James Castle. Some 50 seniors, assembled among some 16 large tables, were treated to an evening of lively entertainment and refreshments. The event was hosted by the Seventh-day Adventist Community Services …

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Women’s Online Evangelistic Series Introduces Attendees to Jesus

People from across the Cayman Islands, Honduras, Jamaica, the United States, and other countries around the world tuned in to the “I Know a Man” Bible Exploration Series conducted by the Women’s Ministries Department of the Cayman Islands Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The series was conducted from October 2-9, 2021, and was a way to …

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Adventist Teams to equip members with the digital tools to share Jesus

The General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists has developed a new, exciting app as digital evangelism becomes the forefront of evangelistic and missional efforts by the worldwide membership of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The “Adventist Teams” app will allow members around the world to source and distribute quality, biblical content for friends and family in the …

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In Honduras, Fire Engulfs Adventist School on the Island of Guanaja, Members Lose Homes

October 4, 2021 | Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras | Libna Stevens, Inter-American Division News As the fire engulfed the Bay Island of Guanaja off the northern coast of Honduras, during the early morning hours on Saturday, Oct. 2, Seventh-day Adventist leaders and members on the island moved quickly to assist in preventing damage to its …

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After Five Years, Hope Channel Inter-America Gears Up for Further Growth

Five years after Hope Channel Inter-America was officially launched, Seventh-day Adventist leaders plan to expand programming across its three channels, which represent the three official languages in the territory, English, Spanish, and French. The plan is to establish more media centers, create more digital productions, more relevant programs, and tackle social media networks more, said …

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