Dear brethren of the Reform Movement around the World,
May the Lord Jesus Christ be with you as we approach the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018!
JOS, NIGERIA—On Sunday, December 3, 2017, our church in Nigeria welcomed six new members. The Holy Spirit converted six souls to join God's family, and last month they were baptized in Jos, Nigeria by Brother Tony Maraizu. The baptism brought a lot of joy to our hearts. Join us in praising the Lord.
After the baptism, two church leaders, Brother Mark Rashak and Brother John Anthony, joined Brother Tony Maraizu in welcoming the six newly baptized souls to the faith of the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement.
Perhaps one of the most evident lessons gleaned from the life of Christ is the lesson of humility. It is interwoven into His story here on Earth from its very beginning in Bethlehem to its very end at Golgotha.
The humble circumstances of Christ’s birth clashed with the proud expectation of pomp and glamour that was held by the Israelite nation.
Asthma affects 334 million people globally with the highest number of patients living in developed countries. Although only 10% of these are classified as severe asthmatics, asthma still imposes an unacceptable burden on health care systems, on society through loss of productivity and, especially for pediatric asthma, on the family.
On November 10-12, 2017, a special music program was held in Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement churches around the world. Taking into consideration the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this year's music program was themed "Music and the Protestant Reformation."
Readings, videos, a magazine, and other content and resources were prepared by the General Conference Music Committee to be distributed to churches worldwide. (You can access this material by visiting music.sdarm.org)