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The September Diversity Lecture - Celebrating Diversity and Building Community

20 September 2018 | Binfield, Bracknell [Helen Pearson] Can local churches build community in a diverse world? In Newbold’s first Diversity lecture of the academic year 2018-19, a Dutch Pastor offered a realistic and thought-provoking account of her attempts to do so.

70 years celebration joins up the dots with Adventist media

20 September 2018 | Alsbach-Hähnlein, Germany [Victor Hulbert] A personal reflection while attending the 70th anniversary celebrations for the establishment of the Voice of Hope (Stimme-der-Hoffnung) in post-WWII Germany – a time when ‘hope’ was a key word.

Israel Reflections

20 September 2018 | Israel [tedNEWS] 2018 seems to have been a bumper year for Adventist believers visiting Israel.  There is something special about walking were Jesus walked, taking a boat trip on Galilee, or worshiping on the Mount of Beatitudes.  And what can be more moving than celebrating communion near the garden tomb – remembering a Saviour who did more than die on a cross – but who overcame death to give us resurrection hope.

​Norway Mission School Called ‘Bright Spot’ in Secular Europe

11 September 2018 | Mysen, Norway [Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission] Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church, praised Norway’s Matteson Mission School as a “bright spot” in highly secular Europe and encouraged its students and other young people to press forward with their missionary work.

Opera Singer’s Mansion turned into Adventist TV Studio in Sweden

11 September 2018 | Hagegården, Sweden [Andrew McChesney, Adventist Mission with Victor Hulbert] Three hundred guests celebrated the miracle story at the opening of LifeStyleTV’s new headquarters at Hagegården, Sweden on 8 September 2018.

Love unifies as EPC makes a joyful noise

03 September 2018 | Belgrade, Serbia [Peter Jeynes] There had been a buzz in the air all week—there had to be with the human excitement and expectation created by skill-equipping workshops, reviving sermons and inspiring singing. The Sabbath afternoon buzz was different though, people were eagerly awaiting the Sabbath afternoon music festival.