28 December 2023 |
Young Adventists in Bangalore Coordinate Indian Youth Conference 2023
“Indian Youth Conference (IYC) 2023, held at Dr. Annie Besant Park in Bangalore on November 8–12, stood as a testament to the dynamic spirit of Adventist youth. This year’s theme, “From Glory to Glory,” resonated with the 650-plus attendees who gathered for a time of spiritual growth and fellowship during the week (there were over 1,000 attendees during Sabbath worship).” Full story at the Adventist News Network website.
NAD Planned Giving and Trust Services Certification Program Trains Largest Cohort in Years
“The North American Division (NAD) Planned Giving and Trust Services (PGTS) Department recently celebrated the successful conclusion of its largest cohort in years. The 13-week certification program, held at the Arizona Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from November 28–30, 2023, brought together a record-breaking cohort of 40 individuals.” Full story at NAD News website.
Adventist World Radio/Hope Radio Initiative Conducts Evangelistic Campaign in the Dominican Republic
“Thirty-two radio announcers, producers, and technicians from the English- and French-speaking territories of the Inter-American Division (IAD) traveled recently to the Dominican Republic as guest speakers to join in local evangelism efforts. The initiative was sponsored by Adventist World Radio (AWR) in coordination with Hope Channel Inter-America’s Hope Radio.” Full story at the Adventist Review news website.
Life Hope Center in Philippines Inaugurates New Adventist Heritage Center
“The Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) of the Adventist Church celebrated a historic milestone on November 7, 2023, by officially inaugurating its Adventist Heritage Center during the SSD Year-End Meetings held at the Life Hope Center in Silang, Cavite, Philippines.” Full story at Southern Asia-Pacific Division news website.
Interdenominational Church in Mexico Decides to Become Adventist Church
“An interdenominational congregation in the southern Mexican jungle recently became a Seventh-day Adventist church, thanks to the committed work of a district pastor and a lay church member who kept visiting the isolated place and studying the Bible with local people.” Full story at the Adventist Review news website.