ST.NETWORK: enhancing mission through networking in a secular world

<p>20 April 2020 | Bucharest, Romania [EUD and <em>ted</em>NEWS]&nbsp;</p> <p><br /><a href="https://st.network/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">ST.Network</a> (The Signs of the Times European Network) is the positive result of a long held desire to provide readers across Europe with well-researched biblical perspectives on the questions and challenges of life. It introduces itself as an outlet for Christian analysis and opinion designed as especially relevant to a reading audience. It also welcomes all readers willing to discover the real benefits of developing a carefully informed outlook on life.</p>

News April 20, 2020

20 April 2020 | Bucharest, Romania [EUD and tedNEWS] 

ST.Network (The Signs of the Times European Network) is the positive result of a long held desire to provide readers across Europe with well-researched biblical perspectives on the questions and challenges of life. It introduces itself as an outlet for Christian analysis and opinion designed as especially relevant to a reading audience. It also welcomes all readers willing to discover the real benefits of developing a carefully informed outlook on life.


This new platform, offered by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Inter-European Division, and with the endorsement of the Trans-European Publishing department, launches with a series of articles covering the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be updated daily.

As an English-language platform, ST.Network connects a growing international team of writers. Authors from a variety of countries have already contributed to the present COVID-19 series and are committed to writing more articles on a variety of subjects in the future.

During a crisis such as the current COVID-19 pandemic, the ST.Network team emphasise that the new platform is here to help. As such, Adventist Publishers are free to use the COVID-19 related articles in their own publications and websites, while giving credit to the author and to the ST.Network platform (with an active link to the source page of the article). For more information on partnership opportunities, the ST.Network editorial office can be reached at [email protected], or through the Facebook page of the new website: https://www.facebook.com/ST.ntwk/.

ST.Network is committed to be the publishing missionary tool that many were waiting for, serving a growing number of digital natives already using the internet as their primary source of information. Following a vision of sharing and collaboration as Signs of the Times teams in different countries, we now have the opportunity to build together a powerful European network of related websites in different languages, with the ability to connect God’s eternal message of love with the ever-changing challenges of world we live in.

“In the midst of the crisis generated by the new coronavirus, it has become ever more obvious that it is crucial to work together. We need to support one another in finding better answers to the situations we go through and the questions that arise along the way,” states Norel Iacob, Editor in Chief of the new platform.

ST.Network draws on the experience and contribution of the Romanian Signs of the Times magazine team (Semnele timpului). Since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, over 50 articles focused on COVID-19 were published by semneletimpului.ro and were read by over 650,000 unique (Romanian speaking) users. This is consistent with what the team behind The Signs of the Times Romania has discovered in the last 10 years: there is a large underserved audience interested in reading Christian analysis and opinions.

Visit the ST.Network for more information: https://st.network or like and follow their Facebook page.


tedNEWS Staff: Victor Hulbert, editor; Deana Stojković, associate editor
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