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    Even though the coronavirus is bringing fear upon the world, fearless young people in Japan are coming up with creative ways to make a stand. From March 17 to 26, 2020, a group of young people, who were supposed to participate in the March Youth Rush program but no longer were able to do because ...
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    It was not common in Korea for a local church to host a blood drive. However, as blood shortage has continued because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, Cheonghak Church in Gyeonggi, Korea, decided to make a bold move to urge local people to participate in blood donation. On the Sabbath of March ...
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    Amid concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the Mongolian government declared a state of emergency in Mongolia and has taken active measures. Since January 27, 2020, schools and public gatherings have been suspended until April 30. In response to this circumstance, the Mongolian Mission (MM) start...
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    Due to the widespread outbreak of coronavirus across the world, many countries have exercised travel bans to other countries and people with confirmed infection are being required to remain in quarantine until they are recovered and found negative. About three months after the initial outbreak, t...
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     The Cheongso Open Church in Korea gave away handmade hand sanitizers and handmade masks to their neighbors for free to help them prevent coronavirus. “When the virus began to spread fast in Korea, it was not easy for people living in a rural area like us to get hand sanitizers and mas...
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     The Family and Women’s Ministries departments of Mongolia Mission (MM) have been producing a video series of a Bible study program since February 2020. The Bible study program is based on the Homes of Hope and Healing booklet, published by the Women’s Ministries department of th...
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    The office of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) had spring week of prayer from March 16 to 20, 2020, with Pastor Ron Clouzet, NSD Ministerial Association director, as the speaker. The NSD had originally planned to invite Pastor Jeffrey Mbwana, vice president of the General Conference (GC),...
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    As the newly appointed director of the Sabbath School and Personal Ministries department of Mongolia Mission, I had a number of plans for 2020. But from the beginning of the year, things have been changing because of the Coronavirus, which has been spreading throughout the world. Since Mongolia s...
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     As the Lunar New Year holidays passed in January 2020 and the COVID-19 crisis began to become increasingly serious, the Korean Union Conference and other institutes in Korea started coming up with emergency countermeasures. The Paju International Church in Korea also took the initiative to ...
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     On Sabbath afternoon of April 4, 2020, the MFSC prepared 100 bags of rice to share with 100 foreign neighbor families who were carefully selected because of their economic difficulties due to the COVID-19 crisis. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Korea has surpassed 10,000 ...