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decline. As coal mining and heavy industry closed down, the people in County Durham were left without jobs and prospects, often just surviving. Although both her parents worked, they were poor, and povertyFind out more
This day promotes the fulfilment of their human rights.
y. Girls are also less likely than boys to use and own devices and access tech-related skills and jobs. Only by addressing the inequity and exclusion that span geographies and generations can we usherFind out more
This year’s Creation Sabbath is on October 23rd. Creation Sabbath is always on the 4th Sabbath of October.
beginning”. There will be no diseases or deadly viruses. Everyone will have plenty, nobody will lose their jobs or their homes. Our Creator will wipe away every tear and we will see those who left us again, andFind out more
Hakainde Hichilema has promised to unite the country and uphold religious freedoms.
alleged by his political opponents. Hichilema was elected on his sixth attempt at the country's top job. The original article was published here .Find out more
Art Contest "Hear me. See me. Walk with me." Awards 2021.
memories they collected on their way to us." Many churches around the world are doing a superb job to support refugees. For the last five years, the Adventist church and ADRA organized special programmesFind out more
There are 70.8 million forcibly displaced people worldwide.
have had to flee with little more than the clothes on their back, leaving behind homes, possessions, jobs, and loved ones. One-third of refugees (6.7 million people) are hosted by the world’s poorestFind out more
A call to be creative and support foreigners among us
have had to flee with little more than the clothes on their back, leaving behind homes, possessions, jobs and loved ones. These journeys, which all start with the hope for a better future, can also be fullFind out more
Adventist volunteers helping the poor in the Umbria region during the pandemic.
with serious physical falls. ADRA volunteers helped him with social workers and, now, he has a small job that allows him to find a meaning in his life; and soon, he will also find accommodation. In the meantimeFind out more
South American Division president will replace G. T. Ng, who is retiring.
“completely focused” on the mission of the church. “I will be open to [listen] and to learn,” he said. “My job is to build bridges, not walls.” Felipe Lemos and Jefferson Paradello, South American DivisionFind out more
Executive secretary of the General Conference announces retirement after nearly half-a-century of ministry.
support that had been kept for his education. While studying, he spent a lot of his time working odd jobs to put himself through school. Though he was on board with where God was taking him –he didn’t [...] theological seminary. Ng says he thoroughly enjoyed his time in the classrooms calling it “the best job in the world.” In the year 2000, he was sent to Toronto, Canada as a delegate to the GeneralFind out more