Archived NewsPoints and Friday Faxes
Friday FAX 2007
November 9, 2007
A News and Information Service for Leaders in North America
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IN THIS ISSUE —
■ Adventist Muslim Relations Fellowship Seminar
■ 8-Part Evangelistic Series on Hope TV
■ New on the Adventist Channel
■ Health Summit Orlando in February
■ Free Kit for World AIDS Day
■ NAD Christmas Shows on Hallmark, TBN, SafeTV
■ Latest 2008 Calendar of Offerings Schedule Posted
■ Share Your Ministry Ideas and Projects in Flash Videos
■ Read These News Stories and More on the NAD Website
■ Upcoming Events
— RESOURCES —
■ THE ADVENTIST MUSLIM RELATIONS (AMR) FELLOWSHIP SEMINAR, December 6-9, will be in Redlands, California. It is sponsored by the Center for AMR in the U.S. and Canada. Topics will include “Biblical Foundations for Mission to Muslims,” “Current Issues – Islam in North America,” “The Journey of Faith Toward Jesus,” and more. Jerald Whitehouse, Jon Paulien, and Mike Porter are among the featured speakers. Bring a Bible and Qur'an.
Registration for those not directly sponsored by NAD-AMR is US$50, with meals included (Thursday evening through Sunday noon). Nearby motels include: Dynasty Inn for around U$89.
Contact: BOTH Paulo Bechara firstname.lastname@example.org and Donald Lawrence email@example.com to register or for more information. Transportation from the Ontario Airport luggage area and return to the airport is available. (E-mail your airline, flight numbers, arrival and departure times to BOTH Paulo Bechara and Donald Lawrence.)
■ "GOD SO LOVED," AN 8-PART EVANGELISTIC SERIES WITH JERE PATZER, will be on Hope TV at 7 and 10 p.m. ET, November 10-17.
■ NEW ON THE ADVENTIST CHANNEL — A new series especially for women is, “Keeping the Faith.” Check out the currently featured program, “Understanding Men.”
A Spanish language section will be added soon, and an Adventist shopping section is to be available by next week.
Contact: www.nadadventist.org where you can also find instructions for posting The Adventist Channel to your website.
■ DON’T MISS HEALTH SUMMIT ORLANDO, February 1-9. Several brand-new seminars will be offered as well as many of the "regularly-scheduled" seminars. Plenary speakers include William Dysinger, Don Mackintosh, David Williams, and Dick Wynn.
Contact: www.nadhealthsummit.com for details.
■ FREE KIT FOR WORLD AIDS DAY FROM ADRA — December 1 is World AIDS Day. The kit and resources will help you to commemorate World AIDS Day and engage your schools, churches and communities about this global crisis anytime of the year.
Contact: www.adra.org or 800-424-ADRA (2372) to request your FREE World AIDS Day Kit, Red Ribbons, and more.
■ NAD CHRISTMAS SHOWS for both 2006 and 2007 will be shown on the Hallmark Channel on December 23.
“Love's Pure Light,” will air at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT; “Christmas at Cadillac Jack's,” at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT.
Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) and SafeTV also will be running the Christmas show. Specific dates and times are expected to be available by the first week in December.
■ THE LATEST 2008 CALENDAR OF OFFERINGS has been posted to the North American Division web site at www.nadadventist.org/article.php?id=81.
— INSIDE SCOOP —
■ LEARN ABOUT THE FOLLOWING STORIES and others in the news currently on the Division website at www.nadadventist.org:
* La Sierra University SIFE Team wins World Cup Championship again
* Southern Union school receives first School of Excellence Award and $18,000
* ACS-DR to be featured on Extreme Home Makeover
* Musicians needed for GC Session 2010
* Bradford Cleveland Brooks Leadership Center Opens
— UPCOMING EVENTS —
A quick view of events sponsored by the North American Division
• Cruise With a Mission, December 16-23, Carribean cruise: Florida, Belize, Guatemala, Mexico – www.cruisewithamission.org
• Christmas Mission Trip, "Impact Taiwan," December 24, 2007 - January 5, 2008 – http://www.wcycs.org/main/main.asp
• Power of Prayer 2008, January 4, 5 – Live and stored video at www.forestlakechurch.org
• Health Summit Orlando, February 1-9, Orlando, Florida – www.nadhealthsummit.com
Managing Editor – Lynetta Murdoch
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