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West Venezuela: Church draws many believers during city evangelism impact

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Seventh-day Adventist leaders in West Venezuela are rejoicing after local evangelism efforts drew thousands of people at the Palacio de los Eventos in Maracaibo for an evangelism impact event last month.

April 12, 2014 in From the Field by

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Mexico: Religious liberty festival highlights importance of promoting freedom of belief

John Graz, (right), director of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Public Affairs and Religious Liberty department, holds a torch on stage during a Festival of Religious Freedom at the Olympic Wireless Complex in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, on Saturday, March 22. Presenters challenged attendees to continue working for religious freedom in Southeastern Mexico. At left is Roberto Herrera, PARL director for the Adventist Church’s Inter-American Division, who organized the festival. Images by José Luis Méndez Zetina.

A religious freedom festival attracted hundreds of Seventh-day Adventists in the Southeast Mexico region last month to celebrate the existing religious liberty in the nation, promote the rights of expression of belief and highlight the importance of defending religious freedom for all.

April 10, 2014 in From the Field by

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Mexico City: Hundreds of Adventist youth walk for health awareness

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Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist young people took to Mexico City’s main avenue on April 6, 2014, to walk, raise awareness of healthy living and to counter the wave of obesity affecting millions of people in the city and across the country.

April 8, 2014 in From the Field by

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Jamaica: Security minister appeals church to impact communities in crime fighting strategy

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Ever since his controversial utterance that Jamaica needs divine intervention in order to bring crime under control during a Thanksgiving service at Northern Caribbean University for the Security Force last year, Minister of National Security the Hon. Peter Bunting has been calling on the church to help the government in its efforts.

March 16, 2014 in From the Field by

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Puerto Rico: Communicators challenged to expand beyond their churches and communities

Pastor Edson Canqui, communication director in South Puerto Rico, shares his vision of establishing and fostering a network of communicators to further the mission of the church in the city of Ponce and beyond, during EVANGECom event, Mar. 8, 2014. Image by Libna Stevens/IAD

Nearly one hundred Seventh-day Adventists in South Puerto Rico met last weekend for a special communication training to sharpen their technology skills for greater outreach as they share the good news of the Gospel in their communities.

March 15, 2014 in From the Field by

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Religious freedom festival in Haiti highlights peaceful coexistence

From left: John Graz, secretary-general of the International Religious Liberty Association; Elie Henry, executive secretary of the church’s Inter-American Division; and Theart St. Pierre, president of the Haitian Union Mission at Haiti’s first festival of religious freedom. The IRLA regularly sponsors festivals worldwide to thank government leaders for preserving freedom of belief. Image courtesy IRLA

A festival of religious freedom in Haiti last month cements the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a leading proponent of free expression of belief in the country.

March 7, 2014 in From the Field by

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Puerto Rico: Adventist Hospital turns 60, announces expansion plans

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Adventist owned and operated Bella Vista Hospital in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, is celebrating 60 years of providing medical services, and recently announced a $3.5 million expansion plan. The announcement was made during a series of anniversary activities in the community.

March 4, 2014 in From the Field by

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Trinidad: Adventist University adds a PhD in Educational Psychology

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Adventist educators recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding at the University of Southern Caribbean (USC) in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, to offer the first doctoral program in educational psychology.

February 27, 2014 in From the Field by

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Jamaica: Adventists seek 24-hour Sabbath time in work arrangement bill

Pastor Everette Brown, president of the church in Jamaica, speaks about....Image by Nigel Coke/IAD

President of the Seventh-day Adventists Church in Jamaica, Pastor Everett Brown is calling on legislators not to pass the Flexible Work Arrangement Bill in Parliament until its members along with other Sabbath keeping congregations are guaranteed their full 24-hours Sabbath.

February 18, 2014 in From the Field by

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El Salvador: Church changes thousands of lives through literacy program

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Thousands of people learned how to read and write thanks to the months-long efforts of Seventh-day Adventist Church, its church member volunteers in El Salvador and Hope for Humanity.

February 4, 2014 in From the Field by

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