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GC delegates approve record 35 new unions

Moving to streamline the church’s work at a time of rapid growth, delegates opened the General Conference session on Thursday by officially approving the addition of an unprecedented 35 new union conferences to the Adventist world church.

Why Brazil?

“Think you know South America, think again,” says Dr Brad Kemp, president of the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference. Dr Kemp was part of a small delegation from the South Pacific Division who went to Brazil to learn about the church growth there.

Students preach to El Salvador gang members

Southern Adventist University students witnessed the baptism of more than 1300 people, including members of the notoriously violent MS-13 street gang, while conducting evangelistic meetings in five countries of Central and South America.

Education for life

Carole Tasker has recently been named associate director for Adventist Education at the South Pacific Division (SPD).

New Adventist medical school launched in Peru

The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Thursday inaugurated a medical school in Peru, the first Adventist school of medicine in the Northwestern region of South America.

A “new time” for Novo Tempo Adventist Network

In one of the world's most densely populated and diverse continents, the Seventh-day Adventist message of hope and healing is going forth in an integrated media fashion.

President leaves footprint in South America

Concluding a spring meeting for the South American Division, Seventh-day Adventist world church President Ted N. C. Wilson put his foot down, literally.

Evangelism blitz in Inter-America

Nearly 100,000 local evangelistic series across the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Inter-American Division last month marked the latest step in the implementation of the denomination’s Revival and Reformation initiative in the region.
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