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    Before the sun raised on May 4, 2017, the HISM 3 (Here am I, Send Me) left for their first international mission trip in Indonesia with Pastor Shin DongHee, 1000 missionary movement (1000MM) director, and Mrs. Shin, carrying with them the light and vigor to herald the great love of Jesus through ...
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    With the increasing importance of churches’ community service, the Sabbath School and Personal Ministries (SS/PM) Department of Korean Union Conference (KUC) held a seminar on “Ministries of Compassion Through Local Churches.” The seminar took place at the Jooksan Dasarang Churc...
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    Changes have recently taken place to youth ministries in Mongolia, the northernmost part of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD). The changes began when Pastor Munkh-Orgil Lkhagvaa was appointed as youth ministries director of Mongolia Mission (MM). The youth leadership in MM had been vacant ...
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    During the Mongolia Mission (MM) Lay Congress, held March 22 to 25, 2017, two young women were awarded educational scholarships from the General Conference (GC) women’s ministries department. As part of the Sabbath services, Otgon Bayarzul and Gansukh Otgonbolor were presented the award let...
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    March 18, 2017, was Global Youth Day, a worldwide event promoted by the General Conference’s youth ministries department. Hong Kong-Macao Conference (HKMC) participated in this global event for the third time. This year HKMC did something different than they had done in previous years. Ins...
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    Upholding the “Vision One Million 2020” slogan, the Japan Union Conference (JUC) is aiming to have 5,000 baptisms and a membership of 20,000 people by the year 2020. In order to help accomplish this goal, in May 2018, we will conduct the “All Japan 2018 Maranatha” project ...
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    According to the Book of Isaiah, the “remnant” (Hebrew: שְׁאָר‎‎ shear) is a small group of Israelites who will survive the attack of evil forces. Furthermore, the remnant is promised that they will one day be brought back to the Promised Land by Yahweh (Isaiah 11:11&nda...
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    As if reflecting the national median age of 27.9 years, the average age of Mongolian Adventists is in their twenties. There was not a single Adventist in Mongolia until a couple of lay missionaries arrived in 1992. When there were two young women prepared for baptism, Pastor Robert Folkenberg, th...
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     Church growth is determined not only by how many new souls are baptized into the church, but also how many members remain in the church and how many missing members can be reclaimed. Therefore, retention and reclamation really matter. The Korean Union Conference (KUC) conducted their seco...
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     The 2017 Planned Giving and Trust Services (PGTS) , sponsored by the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD), was conducted in the beautiful city of Hangzhou, China, from March 6 to 9, 2017. All treasurers and PGTS directors within the territory of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division participat...