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    “Give thanks with a grateful heart, Give thanks to the Holy One……”Beautiful singing flows from the sixty-year-old sanctuary of the Kowloon Adventist Church at the Boundary Street, Kowloon District, Hong Kong SAR. It is May 25, the day of graduation for the 100 plus gradu...
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    We congratulate our Children’s and Women’s Ministries Director of Mongolia Mission, Ms Purevdulam on her graduation from the Ulaanbaatar University in June, 2014. Purev has been making some sacrifices over the last four years so she could better equip herself to serve her people. She...
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    The sinking of the Sewol ferry, which happened on April 16, 2014, was a national tragedy that brought great suffering and pain, sorrow and grief to all. The disaster occurred near Jindo Island, where there are 11 Adventist churches and companies. The churches immediately took action. They pitched...
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    The Northern Asia-Pacific Division’s (NSD) 2014 midyear committee was held May 19-21 at SDA Osaka Center Church in Osaka, Japan. About 70 delegates from the General Conference (GC), NSD, union and local conferences gathered in order to give reports on various projects, discuss business plan...
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    The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s General Conference Session is set to begin one year from today, July 2, 2015, and run through July 11, 2015. The 10-day meeting will be held at the 65,000-seat Alamodome and the adjacent Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas, United Sta...
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    Chaplains from across the Northern Asia-Pacific Division gathered at the Division office in Ilsan from June 23-26, 2014. The first two days were specifically to train chaplain leaders from the Division, Unions, and Conferences. The second two days were for all chaplains. We were blessed to have ...
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    Summer vacation is here in Mongolia; the blue skies match perfectly with the green on rolling hills and valleys. Children have been coming from all over Mongolia, from the Adventist churches and schools in Ulan Bator to attend the fourth annual children’s camp held at the Khandgait Camp Gro...
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    Korean Advanced Preparatory Academy (KAPA) of the Gyeonggi English Village Yangpyeong Camp held its first graduation ceremony on June 22, 2014,  Eleven graduates received the school’s diploma from the principal, Mr Kirk Haley. The occasion was graced by the presence of Pr. B...
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    “High Five” is a typical greeting for youth, especially new millennial kids. More than likely, this is not what you would expect from a group of administrators, faculty and staff of a school. However, there is always the exception. Every Wednesday, the leaders of Donghae Sahmyook Midd...
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    It has been three years since the devastation of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. While the victims who lost their homes continue to live in crowded temporary housing, most of them have gone back to their jobs. The government will be dismantling the temporary housing probably next year, and p...