Más de 2000 personas entregaron su vida al Señor gracias al esfuerzo evangelístico realizado por la Unión Venezolana Occidental a través de la Caravana de la Esperanza 2015: “Feliz, Viviendo la Esperanza”, la cual inició el pasado 8 de marzo en la ciudad de San Cristóbal y finalizó el martes 16 de marzo en la ciudad de Barquisimeto.
Dicha Caravana tuvo como orador al evangelista internacional pastor Alejandro Bullón quien predicó en las ciudades de San Cristóbal, Barinas, Guanare, Valencia y Barquisimeto; dando como resultado que 2009 personas aceptaran a Jesús como su Salvador personal a través del bautismo y 6.900 quedaran como semillero estudiando las Escrituras. Seguir leyendo
Seventh-day Adventist Church Chief Information Officer Nancy Lamoreaux opened the denomination’s annual technology conference today by asking how the Church and its members plan to continue embracing technology to spread the gospel.
Her question is one that will be answered over the next few days by experts on implementing emerging technologies for mission and delivery of education. Seguir leyendo
Day two of the Global Adventist Internet Network conference featured the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s top IT professionals dispensing advice and tips on cyber security, app development and the use of geographic software for more effective regional mission.
GAiN this year is being held online and is drawing participants from nearly 70 countries. Seguir leyendo
Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division offered a preview of its upcoming Web portal for education and training resources, an initiative that is expected to bolster distance learning for ministers, lay leaders and students.
The initiative, named Adventist Learning Community, will enable Church entities and schools to share courses and certification resources for ministries best practices. Seguir leyendo
Midway through a 10-day prayer initiative, Adventist believers around the world say they are already seeing an outpouring of the Holy Spirit though renewed unity in their churches and many answered prayer requests, including for an alcoholic who stopped drinking in Kenya and a boy who speedily recovered after surgery in India.
Scores of Adventists are meeting from Jan. 7 to 17 in churches, by telephone, and via social media as part of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s annual Ten Days of Prayer, which is being held for the fourth year.
People participating in the hourlong prayer meetings, modeled after biblical account of Pentecost, are seeking an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on themselves, loved ones, and the church at the start of the new year. Seguir leyendo
The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s 29 top leaders traded their laptops and cell phones for paintbrushes and shovels on Wednesday as they constructed a church building—some for the first time—on the Caribbean island of the Dominican Republic.
Ted N.C. Wilson, president of the Adventist Church’s General Conference, led the group of division presidents, general vice presidents and other senior church administrators in taking a break from a weeklong business meeting to assist in the project in the town of La Romana. Seguir leyendo