The official news service of the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist church


Uncertainty movie - Alice

About Uncertainty, a film - mental illness and seeking help

The recent release of the film ‘Uncertainty’ has focused attention on supporting and seeking help for those who struggle with mental illness. 

Newbold releases strong statement - Racial Injustice: No More

Following release of an earlier statement on 'Black Lives Matter', Newbold College of Higher Education has issued a further news release and video noting "It is time to apologise. It is time to hold ourselves accountable. It is time to vow change for a better future."

Pastor Marjukka Ostrovljanovic

World Refugee Sabbath

Once a year, the Seventh-day Adventist Church calls on its members to reflect on the grave situation facing refugees around the world.

Fredy with his family

ADRA states ‘We are WITH YOU!’ providing pandemic support

17 June 2020 | Brussels, Belgium [Maja Ahac]   It is more than six months since Fredy escaped threats and uncertainty in his homeland, Colombia. Together with his wife and three children, he found a safe refuge in Belgium.

Laptop provided by ADRA Slovenia

ADRA helping students achieve during school closures

15 June 2020 | Brussels, Belgium [Maja Ahac]  Mother of two, Natasha, is representative of the help ADRA is giving to deprived families who otherwise fall behind with their schoolwork.

Uncertainty episode 1 - a woman looking outside the window

When every day could be your last. Living with uncertainty.

11 June 2020 | St Albans, UK [Victor Hulbert]  A new documentary series explores life on the edge. How long do you expect to live? The Bible can be quite hard-hitting on the subject: “All people are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord endures forever.” [1 Peter 4:24-15 NIV]

words of hope 12 - victor hosting

Diatribe or dialogue? Words of Hope 12

11 June 2020 | St Albans, UK [Victor Hulbert]  When historians look back and study 2020 what lessons will they learn? Will the communal experience of the COVID-19 pandemic combined with the horror of the George Floyd killing be seen as drawing us closer together – or pushing us apart? Will the world, or will we as individuals be more caring as a result?

The Biblical Story – A Study Guide

11 June 2020 | St. Albans, UK [Zlatko Musija]  A new baptismal Bible study guide has been designed to help young people fall in love with the Bible and read it as one big story of God’s love.