Every five years, International Pathfinder Camporees offer one of a kind opportunities for Pathfinders from all over the world to play, share, learn and worship together.
A brand-new digital evangelism tool aimed at reaching the world’s 2.7 billion gamers
Heroes 2: The Bible Trivia Game is a free app developed by Hope Channel to share the Three Angels’ Message with gamers and young people around the world. The app will be available on March 25th for Android and iOS on popular app stores.
Players start their journey with Adam and Eve in Genesis—the first heroes—and end in Revelation with John, the Son of Thunder. As these heroes ask factual questions about their lives, 12 per round, players accumulate “experience points”. The more experience points a player has; the more heroes are unlocked. The questions increase in difficulty as the game progresses and players can challenge their family and friends simply sharing a link at the end of each round.
Pastor Sam Neves, the project’s director, believes that videogames are a great tool to creatively communicate the Gospel with technology; a well-thought-out strategy to reach young people in a secularised culture. “The real challenge is that young people today know more about the comics stories than the Bible stories. Therefore, Heroes was born, to encourage them to familiarise themselves with the fascinating stories of the Bible, and to discover they are called to be God’s heroes today, to become Christ’s witnesses.”
“From David, the giant slayer, John, the son of thunder, Samson, the legend, to Joseph, the dreamer; these characters introduced in the game are examples of courage and biblical masculinity. And Esther, the queen of courage, Ruth, the wise widow, and Mary Magdalene, nicknamed ‘Tomb Raider’, are our ‘wonder women’ and they teach important lessons to girls,” says Sam Neves.
The game will be released in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French, and more languages will be added shortly. However, the game can be pre-ordered already on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Those who wish to start playing right now, can join the beta testing team, registering here: heroesbibletrivia.org.
A rising market
The online gaming market grew considerably during the pandemic of Covid19, reaching 2.7 billion global users by the end of 2020 1. Among different game genres, Bible trivia games are getting more attention, like Heroes the Game, launched in 2013 as a pioneer Christian game, that paved the way for many other projects and developments. From the date it was released, the game generated over 10,000 minutes of interaction with its users. It is expected that Heroes 2: The Bible Trivia Game, will carry the torch!
• Heroes 2: The Bible Trivia Game
• Release Date: 3/25/2021
• A smartphone Bible trivia game app aimed at reaching gamers and young people
• Completely FREE!
• Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
• You can pre-order it here: Apple App Store and Google Play Store
• To start playing now, join the Beta tester team, registering here: https://www.heroesbibletrivia.org/
• For more information email us at email@example.com
1 Revista Exame, May 2020. https://exame.com/
There is hope during these difficult times! On Dec. 7-10 the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada will be hosting “Christ in the Crisis.” Check out our promo video with NAD President Pastor Alex Bryant and two flyers in English and French. The English version will be streamed on ChristInTheCrisis.org and the Canadian Adventist Messenger Facebook page and the French version will be streamed on the Quebec Conference website, SDAQC.org, and Adventiste Quebec Facebook page at 7pm EST each night.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Promo video: https://vimeo.com/481421987
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has been in Newfoundland since 1895, marking this year as the 125th Anniversary! To commemorate this, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL Mission) will celebrate Thursday, July 23, at 6:30 p.m. launching our Camp Meeting Weekend ending July 25. Login and enjoy our online celebration!
Ontario Conference is pleased to invite all members to a virtual day of praise and worship on Sabbath, July 18. After three months of disconnection, we are coming together as a conference. We thank God for the opportunity to reunite in worship and look forward to congregating post-quarantine.
Join us on the 18th, beginning at 10 am, for a Conference-wide Sabbath School and morning service. As a bonus, you may now join us again at 6:30 p.m. for a musical concert and praise session. Information for joining the service on different platforms, including our website AdventistOntario.org and YouTube.com/AdventistOntario, will be posted shortly.
“We are praying that as many of our members as possible from across our great province will come together online for worship and to thank God for His leading throughout the crisis,” says Ontario Conference president, Mansfield Edwards.