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     In 2019, the Public Campus Ministries (PCM) started at Hsinchu Church with two PCM missionaries from the first batch. The Hsinchu area is called the Silicon Valley of Taiwan because the city is known as Hsinchu Science Park, the country’s hub of high-tech industry. Although it is a sm...
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     Vietnam Goat Project The Vietnam Goat Project, which is operated by Pastor Kim JeongTae, a Pioneer Mission Movement missionary in Vietnam, has been piloted for four Adventist families in Da Mur in Lam Dong Province. Of the 13,000 Adventists in Vietnam, about 80 percent live in rural and mo...
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     The bereaved family of late Pastor So ByeongJik, who spent his entire life serving in the U.S., donated a scholarship fund of $10,000 to Sahmyook University, in accordance with his will.  Born in November of 1942, the deceased graduated from Sahmyook University as a theology major in ...
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     “Empowering Seventh-day Adventist Students to be Christ’s ambassadors on secular college and university campuses around the world.” 1. Mission Field: Taiwan  2. Qualifications   1) College and university student among Seventh-day Adventist Church youth members...
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     On August 19, 2021, thirty young people appeared on a computer screen—missionaries being trained for the North Korea mission. They are mostly composed of enthusiastic college students, with some high school students and young professionals—a doctor, nurse, teacher, lawyer, and s...
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     The Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) held its Leadership Council at the Jeju Mission Leadership Training Center from July 5 to 8, 2021. The council meeting was held simultaneously online and on-site while strictly following the government's guidelines for COVID-19. The officers and dire...
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    All Seventh-day Adventist schools are places where children and young people may learn about God, the Creator of the universe. With the dominance of evolutionary theory in secular schools, Adventist schools are to defend and promote the biblical creation. This is because creation is the basis f...
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     The coronavirus has changed much in our world—many things that seemed unlikely to change have already given up their seats to the so-called new normal. Our message content may be the same, but formats and platforms that convey the contents are not the same anymore. If we also need to ...
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     The new phase of the Korean Union Conference (KUC) started in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. But by the grace of God and His guidance, KUC was able to quickly adapt to the “unusual” missional challenges and difficulties. Here are some of the steps KUC took in initiating the...
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     Sahmyook University’s Charity Shop has stepped up to help struggling foreign students during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Operated by a group of volunteer women, the shop donated 30 million KRW (about $26,000) to the university for school development and scholarships for studen...