23 Jan 2021
Here are the latest updates from the Adventist community:
ADRA Helps Flood Affected Regions in the Philippines
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency-Philippines provided financial assistance to flood-affected families in central and southern Philippines. The region was severely devastated by heavy rain showers that caused flooding during the year-end holidays. According to ADRA-Philippines, the year 2020 is inspiring as more local Adventist churches and individuals partner with them in this humanitarian effort. To find out more about the works of ADRA, please visit ADRA | Adventist Development and Relief Agency International.
Adventist Pastor Victimized By Hate Crime in Denver, Colorado
Pastor Oshaine Wynter of New Community Church in Aurora, Colorado, came home one evening to find hateful words sprayed-painted in his garage. The frightening experience forced the pastor and his family to relocate for safety reasons. Friends in the Rocky Mountain Conference helped the family. The police continue to investigate this hate crime.
Adventist Church in Tortola Offers Free Electrical Maintenance Classes
The East End Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, recently offered an electrical and electronics maintenance course to residents on the island. The initiative aims to enhance the community's skills as job losses and unemployment continue to rise because of the pandemic. With the overwhelming response, the church plans to offer more trade skills in the months ahead.
Watch inspiring news about how an Adventist church in Kenosha, Wisconsin, shed light on their community.
In Brazil, the Caleb Mission project impacted national high school test-takers through prayers and cards. And in the Inter-American Division, the Adventist Church reached out to the Chinese communities within their territory.
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