During a recent outreach activity, Seventh-day Adventists in the city of Cututa in northeast Colombia took to the main streets of the city to highlight the biblical story of creation and the Sabbath as a day of rest.
The Seventh-day Adventist church in Panama recently signed an agreement with the University of Panama in Panama City to develop initiatives to counter the growing violence in the Central American country.
Jamaica: Ministry of Health seeks assistance from Adventist Church in national smoking cessation plan
The Ministry of Health, as part of its overall plan to have a smoke-free society has engaged the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica to assist in its smoking cessation (quitting smoking) drive with their “Breathe Free” program.
In North Mexico more than 20,000 salad portions were distributed in Monterrey’s Explanada de los Heroes Park during an eight-week health impact initiative led by the Adventist Church in the region to promote a healthy lifestyle amid the growing epidemic of obesity in the country.
National Security Minister Peter Bunting called on the youth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church to be agents of hope and change during a community impact in Old Harbour, in Central Jamaica, Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.