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Interest in Radio Evangelism? Rare Opportunity Available for a Full-Power Radio Station

Are you interested in radio evangelism? An exciting and rare opportunity is coming in November this year! The FCC will open a filing window for applications for full-power noncommercial educational (NCE) FM radio stations on Nov. 2-9, 2021. But it isn't too early to start planning.

Youth Ministries video interview July 2021

Collaboration Key From the Start With Do It Together Sabbath School Convention

The Do It Together Sabbath School Leadership Convention is described as training for Sabbath School superintendents, secretaries, creatives, youth pastors, pastors, teachers, and those interested in growing their Sabbath School attendance and engagement. The convention will be held virtually on September 9-11, 2021. NAD Youth and Young Adult Ministries is partnering with Adult Ministries and Children’s Ministries to encourage leaders of all age groups to come together.

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It Is Written Announces New Online Prayer Series to Start August 9

Starting August 9, It Is Written will air Connect, a new online series on the subject of effective prayer. Presented by Pastor John Bradshaw, It Is Written speaker/director, Connect will livestream on It Is Written TV, Facebook, and YouTube. Connect is the latest series in ACTS 20:21, a full-cycle evangelism program for both churches and individuals.

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Southern Adventist University’s Health Services and Senior Living Program Earns Expanded Accreditation

Southern Adventist University’s baccalaureate program in Health Services and Senior Living, housed in the School of Business, received Health Services Executive (HSE) accreditation in June 2021 and is currently the only program of its kind in Tennessee.

Andrews Congress on Social Justice 2021

This Fall, Andrews University to Host Congress on Social Justice

From Thursday, Oct. 14, to Sunday, Oct. 16, 2021, the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University will host the Congress on Social Justice, an event designed to highlight global issues of imbalance as well as the biblical solutions that address them. The congress will take place as a hybrid event with in-person and virtual attendance options available.

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Online Camp Meeting Sale July 11–16 Features Big Discounts

Snapping up new and best-selling books at deep discounts during camp meeting “auditorium sales” is a much-anticipated Adventist tradition. In accommodating customers in the digital realm, Pacific Press Publishing Association and will host an online summer camp meeting sale July 11 through 16.

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Ministerios Multilingües recuerda a Milton Peverini García, Ex-Orador/Director de La Voz de la Esperanza

Acabamos de recibir la triste noticia que Milton Peverini García descansa en el Señor. Falleció el 27 de junio de 2021. Él fue un siervo dedicado de Dios.

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Multilingual Ministries Remembers Milton Peverini García, Former Speaker/Director of La Voz de la Esperanza

We just received the sad news that Milton Peverini García rests in the Lord. He passed away on June 27, 2021. He was a dedicated servant of God.

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Union College Announces Campaign for an Expanded Wellness Center

Union College is now building on a tradition of helping students live healthier, well-rounded lives and officially launched a $13 million capital campaign on June 16 to fund the construction of a new wellness center. The campaign will significantly expand the college’s fitness and athletic facilities. Current plans call for a new 54,000 square foot building next to Larson Lifestyle Center that will contain expanded workout rooms, athletic courts, a walking track, and a turf field.

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Adventist Church in Canada Issues Statement After 215 Unmarked Children’s Graves Discovered

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada mourns with the families of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and all the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island (Canada) following the discovery of 215 unmarked children’s graves at the former site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School.