In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Women’s Ministries leaders helped with the “Kinshasa for Christ” evangelism outreach meetings, which began in late August. Kinshasa has more than 10 million inhabitants -- including 12,000 Adventist Church members -- and is a focus of the Adventist Church’s initiative to reach big cities. [photo courtesy ECD]

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Women’s Ministries leaders helped with the “Kinshasa for Christ” evangelism outreach meetings, which began in late August. Kinshasa has more than 10 million inhabitants -- including 12,000 Adventist Church members -- and is a focus of the Adventist Church’s initiative to reach big cities. [photo courtesy ECD]

Students perform a Karen dance at Asia-Pacific International University in Thailand last month during the university’s annual Cultural Fest. In the audience was Vice Governor Pradit Thipsumalai. The Karen are a people group originally from Burma, which neighbors Thailand.

Students perform a Karen dance at Asia-Pacific International University in Thailand last month during the university’s annual Cultural Fest. In the audience was Vice Governor Pradit Thipsumalai. The Karen are a people group originally from Burma, which neighbors Thailand.

Approximately 30 Adventist young people took a four-day kayaking trip down the Nida River in Central Poland, stopping along the way to sell and give out copies of the book “The Great Controversy.” The missionary project was part of “The Great Hope” initiative, which is the Adventist Church’s campaign to distribute the book that was authored by church co-founder Ellen G. White. [photo: Michał Rakowski]

Approximately 30 Adventist young people took a four-day kayaking trip down the Nida River in Central Poland, stopping along the way to sell and give out copies of the book “The Great Controversy.” The missionary project was part of “The Great Hope” initiative, which is the Adventist Church’s campaign to distribute the book that was authored by church co-founder Ellen G. White. [photo: Michał Rakowski]

Seventh-day Adventist young people in Rio de Janeiro demonstrated Christian hospitality this week when they offered 170 Catholic youth in town for World Youth Day a place to stay. http://news.adventist.org/en/archive/articles/2013/08/01/in-brazil-adventists-demonstrate-christian-hospitality

Seventh-day Adventist young people in Rio de Janeiro demonstrated Christian hospitality this week when they offered 170 Catholic youth in town for World Youth Day a place to stay. http://news.adventist.org/en/archive/articles/2013/08/01/in-brazil-adventists-demonstrate-christian-hospitality

The first #Adventist church building in #Europe: a 19th-century wooden house in Switzerland whose inaugural worship services were led by church co-founder Ellen G. White in 1886.

The first #Adventist church building in #Europe: a 19th-century wooden house in Switzerland whose inaugural worship services were led by church co-founder Ellen G. White in 1886.

#BestsellerFilm The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

#BestsellerFilm The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

#BestsellerFilm The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

#BestsellerFilm The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey. http://news.adventist.org/all-press/press/go/0/press-release-how-a-pizza-can-explain-your-existence-and-what-to-do-about-it/

#BestsellerFilm - The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey.

#BestsellerFilm - The Seventh-day Adventist Church on July 1 will release the short film “Bestseller,” the story of how author Clifford Goldstein came to an understanding at a pizza restaurant about the meaning of life, and how it would becoming a turning point in his own journey.

Thousands of Seventh-day Adventist elders—or lay pastors—across the church’s Inter-America Division were temporarily authorized to baptize new believers this week during the culmination of nine months of lay-led evangelism across the region.

Thousands of Seventh-day Adventist elders—or lay pastors—across the church’s Inter-America Division were temporarily authorized to baptize new believers this week during the culmination of nine months of lay-led evangelism across the region.

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