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Adventist Hospital in Berlin is one of the best hospitals in Germany and the world

Waldfriede Hospital is a facility of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Berlin-Zehlendorf.

have been published online and will be published again, separately, in a June issue of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z.). The study "World's best Hospitals" was conducted by the American Newsweek

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Stimme der Hoffnung becomes Hope Media Europe

The media centre of the Seventh-day Adventist Church based in Alsbach-Hähnlein, near Frankfurt am Main, Germany, has changed its association name from Stimme der Hoffnung e.V. to Hope Media Europe e.V [...] more than 72 years. In the meantime, it has become a modern media centre in Alsbach-Hähnlein, near Frankfurt am Main. Hope Media Europe offers the following services: The Hope TV channel belongs to the

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Hope Media Europe Day 2020

For the first time, the offer is also directed at interested pastors, church leaders, church technicians, and youth leaders.

eventful history. In the meantime, it has grown into a modern media centre in Alsbach-Hähnlein, near Frankfurt. Further information and registration: www.mediaday.de . Here , the original article

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WALDFRIEDE HOSPITAL IN BERLIN AMONG THE BEST IN GERMANY

IN A STUDY ON "GERMANY'S BEST HOSPITALS" THE WALDFRIEDE HOSPITAL, WHICH RUN UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH, HAS MADE THE LEAP INTO THE LEAGUE OF THE BEST.

dorf, is counted among the best. On August 13, the results of a study were published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), using data from over 2,200 hospitals in Germany. In the category "Hospitals

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NETWORKING PROJECT, ‘FATHERS’ ACCLAIMED DURING GAIN RELEASE

Communication leaders of the two European Divisions were presented with a special award recognising the way they have encouraged networking and cooperation between different media entities at the world GAiN Conference.

is important. One Division communicator was stopped for a security search on their way home at Frankfurt airport. The policeman saw the ‘Fathers’ book and commented, “That is so needed in today’s world

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GYD19, Adoption

Millions of youth experienced an opportunity to “be the sermon” during a special Saturday around the world for the 6th annual Global Youth Day.

abundant characteristic of loving selflessly. The Inter-European segment From 16:00, Frankfurt time, until 18:00, it was the turn of the Inter-European Region (EUD), hosted by Jonatan Tejel,

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Young people organize food and water drives for Global Youth Day 2018

Church leaders say Global Youth Day is more than an event, it is a call to a lifestyle of service.

young pastor from South England, hosted the 24 hour broadcast from the Global Youth Day set near Frankfurt, Germany. Sterling and Gungaloo played the role of cabin crew on AirGYD, a virtual airline which

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‘I’m Crying Happy Tears’

Adventists at Stimme der Hoffung reach out to secular Germany.

Germany. First, she got lost. Wandering around for a while, she entered an empty church outside Frankfurt. She had struggled with her faith since her mother had died, and she hadn’t prayed or visited a [...] Stimme der Hoffung’s headquarters in Alsbach-Hähnlein, located 30 miles (50 kilometers) south of Frankfurt. “I’m so happy to hear about these HopeCenters,” Wilson told employees. “You can produce all the

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Adventist Youth blanket the World with acts of service

Global Youth Day 2017 participants go out of their way to be “the hands and feet of Jesus”.

were broadcast during a 24-hour live transmission from the Hope Channel Germany headquarters near Frankfurt, and streamlined around the world from the event website at globalyouth.org. Blood Drive

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Ted Wilson visiting Germany

Ted Wilson, World president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church met with German church leaders in Frankfurt (Main) on March 8.

Ted Wilson, World president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church met with German church leaders in Frankfurt (Main) on March 8. In addition to the boardmeetings of the two German organizations (North and

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