Seventh-day Adventist world Church president, Dr Ted Wilson, said Satan was using every means at his disposal to try to destroy the Adventist Church and neutralise its mission of proclaiming Jesus’ soon coming.
A statement released by top Adventist Church leaders in Russia, Ukraine and other Eastern European countries invites church members and “all people of good will” to participate in the “ministry of reconciliation” as political turmoil in Ukraine deepens.
This month’s launch of Hope Channel Ukraine gives the Seventh-day Adventist Church its fourth fulltime satellite channel in Europe, along with growing Internet channels potentially laying the ground for future satellite transmissions.
Top church leaders said a youth congress held last week in Ukraine was an inspiration for those who live in free societies. It also showcased Seventh-day Adventist youth living out their faith in new, meaningful ways.
The approval of cable and satellite broadcast of Seventh-day Adventist Church television programming in Ukraine marks the first time a religious broadcaster has received a broadcast license in the Eastern European country.