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Bible launch at Global Youth Leaders Congress

As Gary Blanchard bounced enthusiastically onto the stage, concluding the opening night of the Global Youth Leaders Congress in Kassel, Germany, participants recognized they were in for a surprise. Accompanied by Mario Martinelli, CEO of Safeliz, a major Adventist Publishing House based in Madrid, Spain, they together announced the release of two new, special editions of the New King James Bible – one for Adventurer age children, and another for youth. "It's a special Bible,"...

‘Miracle’ community center opens in Egypt

Cairo’s Center Church is turned into the Ramses Cultural Center.

New Zealand students honored for outstanding leadership

Three Adventist school students in New Zealand have been honored for their leadership qualities with a prestigious award. Manawa-Leigh Ripaki, a year 8 student at Whakatane Adventist School, Daniela Webster, a year 7 student at Whangarei Adventist Christian School, and Angelina Cariga, a year 8 student at Longburn Adventist College, all received the Sir Peter Blake Young Leader Award. The award, which is presented in partnership with Westpac, recognizes young people whose leadership...

Adventist identity explored at Global Youth Leaders Congress

“If we don’t know who we are, we will not know why we are,” stated Pastor David Asscherick on the opening night of the Global Youth Leaders Congress in Kassel, Germany. As a first generation Seventh-day Adventist he challenged leaders by telling them, “if you don’t know it, we are weird!” That came as an uncomfortable thought following on from a list of identities that initially drew us together. He noted common ground in our identity including that we are alive and that we are human – albeit...

 

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