News Updates

Davi P. Silva
June 18, 2019
Has God changed your life? Does it show? In this letter, Brother Silva addresses the call to be a peculiar people, and what that means in today's world.

Dear Brethren around the world,

 

Warm Christian greetings with the following Scriptures, one from the Old Testament and another from the New Testament:

 

“Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine:  And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation. These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel.”  Exodus 19:5, 6.

 

Marcelo Ponce Sánchez
June 9, 2019
Germany
Greetings from the brethren in Germany, where a spring conference was held from May 24-26, 2019.

Fulda, Germany—Greetings from the brethren in Germany, where a spring conference was held from May 24-26, 2019. The event was held in Oberbernhards in Fulda. Brother Davi P. Silva was present as the guest lecturer.

 

We had a blessed time with lively meetings, beautiful music, and the presence of our brethren from Germany, Denmark, Holland, Switzerland, Austria, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldavia, Romania, and the Czech Republic.

 

May God bless our brethren, and we hope that the messages they heard at the conference be a blessing in their lives.

Evans Omogo
June 9, 2019
Kenya
The health message is opening doors in Kenya.

The health message is opening doors in Kenya where local medical missionaries are teaching the Health Reform message and treating patients in the villages.

 

As a result, many who have never been exposed to the Gospel message are hearing the good news. Some have accepted the full Reform message and a new church group is forming in the region.

 

Let us keep our medical missionaries in our prayers.

 

John Bosco
May 21, 2019
CONGO, Democratic Republic of
Through the terrible war, God worked something great.

Iwaru, the Democratic Republic of the Congo—In 2018, the brethren in North Kivu transformed the local church property into a refugee camp to house the brethren fleeing the ongoing civil war. The GC Welfare Department (through your offerings) sent food and other aid to help them, as many had lost their land and family members. The aid was distributed among our brethren, as well as shared with other refugees fleeing the conflict from around the country. 

 

William Fuentes Nieves
May 16, 2019
Colombia
The Colombian Union has initiated a welfare assistance branch directed towards helping low-income families and Venezuelan immigrants in Colombia.

By God's grace, the Colombian Union has initiated a welfare assistance branch directed towards helping low-income families and Venezuelan immigrants in Colombia. The Union's Welfare Department is known officially as "Asistencia Social Dvida" or "Dvida Welfare Assistance", and the Director is Sister Elizabeth Vasco Marín. We are happy for the work that is being done because it gives us the opportunity to follow Jesus' example on this earth: doing good to our neighbor.

 

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