The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America will hold an online evangelism summit for ministers across the territory, on Mar. 30-31, 2015. The live summit will be webcast from Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, in English, Spanish and French.
The summit will serve to strengthen the spirit of public evangelism among district pastors within the Division territory, organizers say.
Adventist Educators and church administrators from across the Inter-American Division (IAD) territory will meet for an education congress on Saturday, Mar. 28, at the IAD headquarters in Miami, Florida. The event will be streamed live over the internet, starting at 10:00 a.m., Miami time.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America held it’s second religious liberty congress in the city of Medellin, Colombia, Mar. 18-19, 2015.
The conference gave church leaders in the Inter-American Division (IAD) territory the opportunity to talk about the importance of strengthening relations between church and state, as well as reinforcing the presence of the International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA) across the region.
Thousands of Seventh-day Adventist young people in Inter-America engaged in a day of spreading kindness and hope in their communities and cities during the Global Youth Day initiative held on Mar. 21, 2015.
Sponsored by the Adventist world church’s youth ministries department, the Global Youth Day annual event motivates young people around the world to “be the sermon” as they show the love of Jesus in their communities.
Seventh-day Adventist youth around the world will take to the streets of their cities and communities on Sabbath, March 21, 2015, to engage in a day of spreading kindness and hope. The special day designated as Global Youth Day, is sponsored by the General Conference’s youth ministries department and motivates young people to “be the sermon” as they show the love of Jesus in their communities.
Young people across Inter-America’s 24 major church regions are scheduled to share food and clothing, march for health, visit hospitals and nursing homes, donate blood, offer prayers in plazas, hold concerts in public areas, and much more.
Seventh-day Adventist churches across the Inter-American Division (IAD) will collect offerings every second Sabbath of the month for the next four months to go towards youth evangelism outreach projects.
The special collection comes after top world church leaders voted to empower young Adventists 25 and younger to be part of the planning, choosing, owning and implementing of life-changing outreach projects in their communities around the world.
The Society of Adventist Communicators (SAC) Interamérica announced the winners of its various categories during a short ceremony held at the Inter-American Division headquarters, Mar. 5, 2015, in Miami, Florida. More than 60 communicators and media production specialists listened in as SAC Interamérica President Angela Barrios highlighted the society’s mission.
As an initiative of the communication department, in conjunction with the Society of Adventist Communicators of North America, the SAC Interamérica chapter strives to bring communicators and interested professionals together in supporting the mission of the church, said Barrios.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Inter-America is preparing to embark on one of its most ambitious evangelism initiatives with the launch of three new satellite channels to broadcast across its populous territory.
The new channels will join the family of the church’s Hope Channel television network around the world in sharing the message of hope and salvation in the three major languages spoken in the Inter-American Division (IAD), Spanish, English, and French.
Inter-America’s Youth Ministries Department will wrap up its largest Bible reading final competition event in Miami, Florida, in less than three months.
The event, coined as Inter-America’s Super Bible Boom, will take place on May 9, 2015, and will feature the top four Bible Boom winners from the previous final competitions since 2011. Top winners will get a chance to grab the top prize of becoming a youth delegate representing the Inter-American Division (IAD) during the church’s upcoming General Conference Session in San Antonio, Texas, in July.
Top Seventh-day Adventist leaders from the Inter-American Division (IAD) held a special program Friday night to launch the church’s territory-wide week of prayer focused on pastoral families. During the program, pastoral couples prayed and encouraged pastors and their families to take time to care and strengthen their families spiritually, mentally and physically.
The event, held at the IAD headquarter office in Miami, Florida, was carried live on the internet.