During a thanksgiving service organized by the beneficiaries and hosted by the Seventh-day Adventist church in Gada Bivu Jos, group leader Sylvester Dalong shared they were initially adhoc staff with the Ministry of Lands and Survey for Plateau State, but the State government approved their permanent employment in April 2014. Unfortunately, the succeeding administration terminated their appointment in 2015 without any justifiable reason. “By the intervention of Yohanna Manoah, an elder in the…Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ann-en/~3/KAMoB_W8YRI/
President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Uganda and Board Chairman for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Uganda, Daniel Matte, applauded the leadership of General Yoweri Museveni, president of the Republic of Uganda, for opening the borders of Uganda to those who have fled into the country.
Matte was speaking at a ceremony held during World Refugee Sabbath. The event was held in an unprecedented location—a refugee settlement. Matte was accompanied at the ceremony by…Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ann-en/~3/ND79BD0HNHA/
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Vanuatu recently hosted their annual Sounds of Hope musical festival. Held at Epauto Adventist Multi Purpose Centre, the celebrations this year commemorated 107 years of sharing the gospel in Vanuatu, with a special program held each evening from Sunday, June 9, until Wednesday, June 12.
Thousands of people attended the festival over the course of the week, with even more experiencing the celebrations online. Over a seven-day period, Sounds of Hope 2019…Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ann-en/~3/MEnYshm64Ug/
World Refugee Day, recognized on June 20, is a day dedicated to raising awareness for the displacement of families from their home countries due to civil unrest and conflict. It is an occasion that educates the public on this global concern, creates a motion to leverage political will and offers resources to help solve the issue. It is also a chance to reinforce the achievements of humanity, uniting people who are demonstrating support and finding those who would like to start doing so.
“If cancer hasn’t beaten me, neither will hunger,” said Norbis Sánchez before leaving her native Venezuela for Colombia to get away from the economic, social, and political strife plaguing her home country.
Sánchez, a Seventh-day Adventist, now resides in Cúcuta, Colombia, a city which shares a border with Venezuela, a border she and her family crossed with no money or Passports.
“My passport is the Lord,” she said in front of more than 550 Venezuelans who were gathered on May 19, 2019, at the…Source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ann-en/~3/TdY8-jnZGIE/