It is because the word of God is neglected that we see so little reformation and revival. #rbhw
When people hear the will of God through the written word their hearts are pierced and they desire a change of heart and mind. #rbhw
The study of the Word of God always precedes reformation and revival. #rbhw
Today's chapter is Nehemiah 8. #rbhw
Heavenly Father, enable us to live for You and to live with humility. #rbhw
True humility attributes all success and wisdom to God. #rbhw
God continued to give wisdom to Nehemiah as to what to do in order to provide the needed care of Jerusalem and the temple of God. #rbhw
All good things come from God the source of wisdom and life and those who worship Him will always recognize this. #rbhw
God finds it a blessing to many to give leadership functions to those who honor Him and live an exemplary life of faith. #rbhw
Today's chapter is from Nehemiah 7. #rbhw
Jempsy Tisma of the Haitian church region grabbed the top Bible Boom title during Inter-America’s annual territory-wide Bible competition held today Dec. 7, 2013 in Havana, Cuba.
Photos from Inter-AmericaRepair therapy
Physical therapy student of Montemorelos University Abdiel Dyck (left) fixes a wheelchair while fellow student Laura Murillo (right) stands by after giving therapy treatments to the owner in her home in a community in Montemorelos, North Mexico, on Nov. 7, 2013. Dyck and Murillo were joined by other physical therapy students who took part in community service that day as they study during the 2013-2014 school year. Image by Benjamín García.
Photos from Inter-AmericaArt service
Lineth Rosete, a visual arts student at the Montemorelos Univeristy, is distracted by other peers while she paints a mural on the history of Mexico in the Luis Manuel Peña Gutiérrez Public School in Montemorelos, North Mexico, on Nov.11, 2013. Rosete is among dozens of students who engage in community service throughout Montemorelos every week during their school year at the Adventist institution. Image by Benjamín García.
Photos from Inter-AmericaSweet victory
Tracy Joseph (center) of the Central Adventist Church in Limon, Costa Rica, celebrates her victory after receiving a medal during the final race of the season at Cementos Progreso Stadium in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on Nov. 8, 2013. Joseph took the top spot after finishing the 100-meter dash in under 12 seconds against other Central American runners. Joseph says she praises God for the victories in her running career–in particular this recent one since it was her first after a year off from racing. Joseph is now training to take part in the Central American and Caribbean Games to be held in Veracruz Mexico in 2014. Image by Gary Robinson/IAD
Photos from Inter-AmericaYear of the Laity Celebration
Dr. Elie Henry, executive secretary for the church in Inter-America, prays with 22 church union presidents on stage during the symbolic closing of the church’s Year of the Laity initiatives, at the Poliforum Auditorium in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico, on October 26, 2013. Church leaders praised the work of the laity throughout the year’s historic activities and encouraged the more than 8,000 members gathered to continue spreading the Gospel in their communities. Image by Abel Marquez/IAD
Photos from Inter-AmericaModern Headquarters
Seventh-day Adventist leaders from throughout Inter-America, along with government and community leaders in Chiapas, Mexico, tour the new headquarter office of the Chiapas Union located in Tuxtla Gutierrez, after an inaugural ceremony which took place on October 27, 2013. The new three-story building includes a large reception area, a 240-seat auditorium, a media studio, 22 office spaces, several conference rooms, and a fully equipped kitchen. Image by Abel Marquez/IAD
Photos from Inter-AmericaNew Residence Hall
The University of the Southern Caribbean, an Adventist institution located in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, inaugurated a new residence hall during a special ceremony on October 20, 2013. The new Timothy S. Greaves Hall Residence Hall is nestled among mountains and can house 200 students. The residence hall was named after the late Dr. Timothy S. Greaves alumnus and pathologist, who though a quadriplegic, served 39 years training medical students, residents and fellowship students in Pathology at the Los Angeles County Medical Center and the University of Southern California. Image by University of the Southern Caribbean.
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President´s Report 2013