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     The Media Center of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) has been producing the Golden Angels music DVDs for 17 years, since 2004. The music video productions were done in the Philippines, Mongolia, Taiwan, and Korea. When the Golden Angels visited mission fields to support evangelistic...
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    With COVID-19 precautions in mind, 27 ministerial spouses gathered from September 13 to 15, 2020, for the Ministerial Spouses Association (MSA) retreat of the Taiwan Conference (TWC). The retreat was organized and led out by Mrs. Kathy (Hui-Chun) Lin, TWC’s MSA coordinator, and her team. Th...
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     The pastors and staff members of the Mongolia Mission (MM) had a meeting from August 26 to 27, 2020. It was the first meeting since the coronavirus outbreak in early 2020. As the government of Mongolia and the State Emergency Commission allowed social gatherings of fewer than 50 people, the...
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     Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, many church activities have been constrained. Youth ministries is not an exception. In order to figure out new ways to carry on youth ministries in a post-coronavirus world, the Youth Ministries department of the Korean Union Conference (KUC) ca...
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     From August 5 to 6, 2020, the Sabbath School & Personal Ministries (SS/PM) department of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) conducted a discipleship training, via the Zoom online platform. The original plan was to conduct the training in four different places: Ulaanbaatar, Tokyo, ...
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     It is Fall 2020, and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases is still increasing. It seemed like the epidemic in Korea was subsiding, but the second wave began, and social distancing returned. Churches are going back to online worship due to government guidelines of limiting face-to-face ...
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     Sahmyook University will be offering a 300,000 KRW (approximately 250 USD) COVID-19 relief scholarship to all students who were enrolled during the first semester in order to support them in the COVID-19 crisis. The university recently made the decision after gathering input from the schola...
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     The population of the Greater Tokyo Area is over 40 million, but in central Tokyo City, there are about 10 million people—and only 10 Adventist Japanese churches and international churches with about 900 worshipers every Sabbath. So one Adventist needs to reach more than 10,000 lost p...
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     The Leadership Training Center of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD) on Jeju Island held its first Leadership Academy for Pastors from June 1 to 5, 2020. The program aims to enhance leadership capabilities of local pastors who are serving in the NSD territories.  Pastor Yoon Jae...
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     Twenty leaders cut the ribbon signifying the inauguration of the new dormitory building of Sahmyook University, Seoul, South Korea, on June 22, 2020. This shows that the current pandemic cannot stop Sahmyook University from advancing. There is always a mission to accomplish. The new dormit...