For years Seventh-day Adventist communicators in Cuba have been vital in conveying and transmitting information to church leaders and members on the island, which has limited phone access and virtually inaccessible internet.
Photos from Inter-AmericaOYiM happiness
From left to right: Starlene Peters of the Caribbean Union, Jaunna Murillo of the Belize Union of Churches, Laura Parra of the South Colombia Union, and Paris Williams of the Atlantic Caribbean Union, smile as they witness Inter-America’s big city impact live program from Arena Ciudad de Mexico, in Mexico City, on April 12, 2014. The girls were part of Inter-America’s two dozen One Year in Mission (OYiM) young people who traveled from throughout the church territory to be involved in big city impact in Mexico City from January to April 11, 2014. Image by Brian Carpiet/IAD.
Photos from Inter-AmericaA friendly exchange
Adventist World Church President Pastor Ted N.C. Wilson (left) speaks to Mayor of Azcapotzalco Cesar Palacios Trejo (right) after the mayor welcomed the Seventh-day Adventist denomination to the city and the Arena Ciudad de Mexico for Inter-America’s territory-wide Vision One Million annual event held this year in Mexico City, April 12, 2014. Pastor Israel Leito (second from left), president of the church in Inter-America smiles and looks on during the exchange. Image by Magda Salinas/IAD.
Photos from Inter-AmericaMexico City baptisms
New believers are prayed for before being baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church during Inter-America’s Vision One Million event held at the Arena Ciudad de Mexico, on April 12, 2014. The new believers represent some 3,100 new members who joined the church in Central Mexico since Jan. 2014. More than 45,000 baptisms were carried out throughout the Inter-American Division territory due to big city impact evangelism so far this year. Image by Libna Stevens/IAD
Photos from Inter-AmericaPrayer stations
A young Adventist boy hols a sign which reads “in 300 meters, we are praying for you,” on one of the main streets in the city of Villahermosa, Tabasco, in Mexico, as vehicles drive by on Apr. 6, 2014. Dozens of Seventh-day Adventists took to the streets holding up signs like “Faith moves mountains,” “There’s power in prayer,” “We want to pray for you,” among other signs, inviting motorists to stop as church members prayed for their families and particular needs. The initiative was part of the church’s big city impact evangelism efforts in Southeast Mexico. Image courtesy Southeast Mexican Union/IAD
Photos from Inter-AmericaTabasco city impact
More than 7,000 gathered at the Choca de Villahermosa Park in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico, on April 5, 2014, to culminate a week of intense evangelism campaigns throughout the Southeast church region in Mexico. More than 2,000 new believers joined the church during the final week of Vision One Million big city evangelism efforts held the first week of April, in the Southeast Mexican Union which comprises the states of Campeche, Quintanaroo, Yucatan and central and southern portions of Tabasco. Image by German Rodriguez/IAD.
Photos from Inter-AmericaNew discovery
Jorge Forin (second from left) is prayed over by Evangelists Mark Finley and Robert Costa (far right on stage) before he is baptized by Dr. Efrain Velazquez and Pastor Jorge Boneta at the Luis Aymat Coliseum in San Sebastian, Puerto Rico, on Mar. 21, 2014. Forin was among 200 new members who joined the church during the “Ancient Discoveries Reveal the Future” evangelistic series held on the island Mar. 14-22, 2014. Image by Julio C. Javier/IAD.
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