Wolverhampton has not been immune from the scourge of youth crime that has swept the nation and indeed the world in these latter days and the ever present incendiary cocktail of youthful enthusiasm, time and chance, and the ever present unseen spiritual warfare for human soulsSource: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-01-17/thanksgiving-service-with-powerful-testimonies/
It is with sadness that we announce the death of Samuel Ahwan who passed away on 21 December 2019 aged 87. He was born in the beautiful island of Mahe, Seychelles and brought up in an Adventist home. Samuel started his own Literature Evangelist (LE) ministry selling books and distributing literature as a young man in various parts of London from April 1979 to December 1985. He had tremendous success and was one of the top salespersons of Adventist literature. Although the hours were long, and…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-01-16/death-of-samuel-ahwan/
After three flights the team were glad to touch down in Cape Town and get their first glimpse of life in the busy citySource: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-01-16/mission-to-cape-town/
The first Sabbath of the New Year, 4 January, was the day Judith Asare brought a group of children to sing to and worship with founding Head Teacher of the Harper Bell Seventh-day Adventist School in Birmingham, Frank Castellino. These five youngsters, all former pupils of the Harper Bell School who graduated two years ago, are now in their second year of secondary education. Most of them were meeting ‘Uncle Frank’ for the first time.
They brought a breath of lively youthfulness and laughter…Source: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-01-16/alumni-of-harper-bell-adventist-school-meet-founding-head-teacher/
On arrival in Grand Cayman − George Town, there was no time for feeling jet-lagged. The team from the UK was involved in a range of presentationsSource: https://adventist.uk/news/article/go/2020-01-09/from-camp-to-cayman-facing-the-challenges-relishing-the-opportunities-1/