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San Bernardino & Beaumont Churches
June 24, 2015
United States
The right arm of the message promoting health and wellness

​In an effort to promote good health within the community, the San Bernardino Church teamed up with the Beaumont Church to do a presentation on how to live a healthier life. The "Wake up to Wellness" seminar was presented at the Community Center Hall in San Bernardino, California.

 

Eli Tenorio
June 17, 2015
During the last week of May, a workers' seminar was held in Rwanda with the participation of workers from the Rwandan Union Mission and some from Congo (Kivu Missions).

Over the weekend, brethren came from different parts of Rwanda and joined the workers for the general public meetings.

The workers participated in doctrinal and secretarial seminars.

 

Musical groups from various missions were present and they participated by praising God with beautiful sacred songs.

John Bosco
June 16, 2015
The mission in Madagascar has now been officially organized with the baptism of 45 precious souls!

During the first two weeks of June 2015, evangelistic seminars were held in various cities in Madagascar by the African Regional Assistant Secretary, Brother John Bosco.

Brethren from different cities gathered in Antananarivo to attend the baptismal ceremony of the 45 souls.

SDARM-GC office
June 9, 2015
United States
This interview, posted here by permission, first appeared on the Spectrum website, dated April 11, 2015:

 

Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement President Explains the Century-Old Church Split

 

The Reform Movement holds the same fundamental beliefs as the Seventh-day Adventist Church, including beliefs about the state of the dead, the investigative judgment, the inspired nature of Ellen G. White's writings, baptism by immersion, the importance of evangelism before the second coming, and the seventh-day Sabbath. Our two churches both have General Conference sessions this year. 

 

Bethany Montrose
May 14, 2015
United States
The retreat brought families together to be refreshed by the beauty of God's creation, inspired in hope and love, and encouraged by the baptism of 4 young people.

 

From May 8–10, 2015, a family retreat was held in the state of Virginia on the topic, “Love at Home,” with over 80 persons present, including visitors from far and near. This rejuvenating event took place in the natural scenery of a 120-acre peninsula at Smith Mountain Lake, the same location where the 22nd General Conference Delegation Session will be held in 2015. During this retreat, we took time to step away from the busy-ness of daily toil to commune with God and our fellow believers in the beauty of God’s creation, bringing refreshment to everyone.

 

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