Adventist World Radio Dedicates a New Arabic Radio Station in Israel; and other world news

06 Aug 2022

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First in the news...
Adventist World Radio dedicated a new Arabic radio station in Nazareth, Israel. They are now bringing the hope found in Jesus to the very place He once lived.
The station will broadcast across the region in Arabic, reaching multiple countries with the gospel. They will work alongside the AWR360° Evangelism Center in Nazareth to bring hope and healing through medical presentations, English classes, and Bible seminars in this predominantly Muslim area.

From the Middle East to the Caribbean, Adventist university in the Dominican Republic becomes the country's first fully solar-powered higher education institution. Municipal authorities, business entrepreneurs, and regional church leaders joined university leaders at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate this incredible achievement.

In Sao Paulo, Brazil, a group of college students dedicated their vacations to build cisterns in communities in the semi-arid region of Piaui, northeastern Brazil. The students worked with Volunteering and Mission Center and Logistics Uniting Solidarity and Sustainability Institute in providing access to water, food security, and economic development for thousands of vulnerable families.

A youth congress themed, "Trilogy", opened in the territory of the Caucasus Union Mission. The event brought together about 400 participants from Stavropol, the republic of the North Caucasus, the Don, the Kuban, the Crimea, and other parts of Russia. The seven-day youth event was meant to help young people who want to positively change their lives by focusing on three important aspects - their physical, mental, and spiritual health.