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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...
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    Northern Asia-Pacific Division recruits the 18th group of Golden Angels which supports Pioneer Mission Movement, Youth Ministries and Division evangelism through their musical talent and service in NSD territories. Date and Venue (27th September, 2020) 27th September, 2020(SUN) 1 p.m. Northern ...
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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 Fields & Missionary Number  Taiwan : 6     Mongolia : 1 2. Qualifications   ...
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     More than 70 people are dead, thousands injured and buildings destroyed after a massive explosion hit Beirut, Lebanon on August 4. The blast was felt as far away as Cyprus, which is more than 140 miles away and registered as a 3.3 earthquake in Beirut. Initial reports blame the blast on a f...
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     The coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread not only in the NSD territories but all over the world. The World Health Organization declared the spread of COVID-19 a global pandemic. Now everyone is afraid of this disease. Since it was found that the virus spreads among people quickly, many people ...
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     Dr. Ron Clouzet, Ministerial secretary of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD), signed a contract with Pacific Press to publish a long-expected book on prayer. The working title of the book is In the Name of Jesus: Power to Pray for People and Places. The first part of the book deals wi...
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     There’s nothing unusual about the Adventist Church being involved in mission. Mission has always been our focus. But there is something very unusual about a new mission movement taking off in Tokyo.  The church in Japan has a burden for the millions of unreached people living in...
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     In February 2020, we, the singing missionaries of the Golden Angels 17th group, had completed a two-month spiritual, physical, and musical intensive training and were ready to follow a scheduled packed with mission work. Then came COVID-19. Because of the coronavirus, we had to stop the mis...
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     The Japanese school year begins in early April and ends in mid-March. However, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, many Adventist educational institutions, like the rest of Japan, were temporarily closed from April to May 2020. These closures have significantly impacted the secondary Adven...
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     Since the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 has become one of the most prolonged world-wide news topics in human history. The virus has changed the whole world drastically and every detail of our individual lives fundamentally. In Korea, children have been staying at home since last Christmas wit...