Women's History Month
for the full version go to https://encyclopedia.adventist.org/article?id=6H7Z&highlight=Walter|ising) Walter and Frieda Ising were German Adventist missionaries to the Middle East. Early Life [...] Friedensau. Frieda Schlegel was born January 29, 1884, in Vohwinkel, Germany. She was the third of nine children born to Swiss Adventist parents. After learning French at the French Worker’s Training school [...] was in Beirut, Lebanon, where the Isings settled and began to lead the Adventist mission in the Middle East. At that time the Adventist presence in the Arabic countries was minimal. Ising himself reportsFind out more
culture that challenged the social norms of the previous 1,500 years. As late as the Nazi regime in Germany (1933–1945), however, mass book burnings ominously presaged the horrific crematoriums of the death [...] are a platform. If not, then you are a publisher. There are vital legal ramifications in either direction. Should governments cajole corporations to ban certain kinds of speech, or allow other kinds [...] is there for all to see who study biblical prophecy. For more than 150 years, Seventh-day Adventists have been scanning the political landscape, looking primarily for government-initiated restrictionFind out more
Strategic Plan of the Inter-European Region for the quinquennium 2020-2025
every quinquennium, the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists (GC), provide a Strategic Plan in order to suggest a unique direction of the worldwide church about its missionary duty. This time [...] return of Jesus Christ. This mission is the raison d’être of the Adventist Movement and through this Strategic Plan, the leadership of the church invite all members to find their place in order to accomplish [...] Plan is oriented around the slogan I will go. The Inter-European Region of the Seventh-day Adventists (EUD) adopted the main concept of this Strategy, adapting the main focus areas and the main objectivesFind out more
Board of Governors’ extraordinary meeting lays out plans for the college to stay relevant.
ons between the TED leadership and stakeholders, including a September 15 group conversation of field presidents, with the division president and board chair Raafat Kamal affirming Newbold’s continuing [...] Newbold senior leadership team and staff, this is a time of major transition. “With this in mind,” Kamal said, “I want to thank John Baildam for his outstanding and ongoing leadership and ministry, [...] community of disciples in the local church.” It is the reason why Adventist higher education is essential for the lifeblood of the Adventist Church, Kamal said. “I believe that Newbold’s renewed focusFind out more
the highest church leadership. It included six regional leaderships, called "associations," with 3,500 Adventists in 125 congregations served by 30 pastors. The Seventh-day Adventist Church was founded [...] their worldwide church leadership (131f.). Regardless of the position of their church leadership, according to Daniel Heinz, about 20 Adventists were imprisoned in Germany during World War I for refusal [...] Non-combatants in the Second World War in Germany Although, from 1920 on, young Adventists in Germany took "Red Cross courses"—on the advice of their church leadership in order to be able to serve as paramedicsFind out more
A GAIN EUROPE SPECIAL ZOOM EDITION REPLACED A CANCELLED FOUR-DAY MEETING BUT LAUNCHED A MAJOR SUMMER OUTREACH INITIATIVE.
breaks and off-programme," states Klaus Popa, head of Hope Media Europe and part of the GAiN Europe leadership team. However, that team worked hard to develop an attractive programme that would not just [...] production team! Very much looking forward to seeing the complete film,” wrote Costin Jordache from Adventist Health. Libna Stevens added, “Love these shots and stories they represent. Wow!” “Really nice [...] n Division. The aim is to release this in the autumn. Other projects were highlighted from Germany, Poland, Spain, and the Ukraine. “So happy to see the way we have been able to develop our abilityFind out more
Hamburg, Germany. On August 3, 2019, at the Grindelberg Advent House in Hamburg, the German Adventist Deaf Community organised the Centenary Ceremony of their existence in Germany under the motto "Today [...] in Bremen, Margarete Heine (later Puich) joined the Adventist Church through an adult baptism. With her, the Adventist deaf mission began in Germany in 1919. Margarete Heine was born in 1894 as a [...] The wedding was performed in sign language by the Adventist pastor Müller from Magdeburg. Carl Puich was the first Deaf Adventist Evangelist in Germany. In 1921, he began to study the Bible with deafFind out more
EUD International Camporee, an adventure that will not end soon, inspiring the thoughts of those who had the opportunity to participate in the 13th edition, 2019.
the most expected moment—that of the baptismal ceremony. We hear their direct comments: “My name is Jemima, I live in Germany and I come from Berlin. I take [sic] a lot from this Camporee. It is great [...] Camporee, youth who meet every four years for the international scout meeting of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Inter-European Region (EUD). You can see them looking out from the windows of the buses [...] in which we can all praise God together, singing and worshipping,” Laura shared. Clara affirmed that she liked the City Life game and the expeditions (workshops, ndr.) that were nice. “And theFind out more
Seventh-day Adventist Church General Conference Inter-European Region Executive Committee meets in Freudenstadt, Germany for the annual Midyear meeting.
directors directly belonging to the EUD offices. This session of the year is mainly focused on verifying the progress of projects that were voted in the autumn session and is directed by the various [...] From May 26 to 28, 2019, The Inter-European Division (EUD) Executive Committee met in Freudenstadt, Germany, for the annual Midyear Meeting (MYM). The Executive Committee gathering for this midyear session [...] sheet of the previous year, in this case the year 2018. This time, there has been a change of direction. For some peculiar aspects, the officers gathered the presidents of the Unions (approx. 11) theFind out more
The Summit took place at the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
eral for the United Nations, as well as President of the AIDLR Honorary Committee, Adama Dieng, affirmed, “We have to build bridges, work for inclusivity. Polarized societies need building bridges. Nationalism [...] Cooperation (OSCE), Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), added, “Crisis of leadership is the biggest crisis. In a polarized world, we have to support messages of hope, despite messages [...] The Director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty of the General Conference of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Dr. Ganoune DIOP, stated , “ It is a matter of dignity and integrity. Starting fromFind out more