News Updates

John Bosco
August 21, 2017
Updates from Liberia where a conference and baptism was held recently.

In August 2017, a conference was held in Liberia. The GC Regional Secretary for Northern Africa, Brother John Bosco, was present as the main speaker for the conference. The topics discussed at the event were:


Health and dress reform

Organization of God's people

Clarification for ordination

History of our fallen world


After those topics were presented, 8 souls were baptized and the re-organization of the Liberia Mission took place.


Ophelia Gherman, M.D.
August 17, 2017
Intestinal health is dependant on the very early stages of life. But how can we improve it later in life and influence our children's intestinal health?

What’s growing in your intestines?


You probably know that trillions of bacteria live in our intestines. But how are these little organisms planted? The origin of a healthy intestinal flora lies in the first few hours of life. Different factors including mode of delivery, feeding habits, maternal or newborn use of medication, affect the initial colonizing process. This initial exposure has a profound impact on future health, and any alteration in the microflora during this sensitive time period can lead to dysfunctional immunity and hostile infections.


Jorai Cruz
August 15, 2017
"Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy," Matthew 5: 7

"Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy," Matthew 5:7. 


Gerson Robles
August 15, 2017
"Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth," Matthew 5:5. What does meekness look like in our lives today?

"Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth," Matthew 5:5.

A plant born upon the ashes of the ego; it quietly grows upon the grave of pride and selfishness, and its bloom ardently feeds off the sunlight of God's countenance - this is meekness. Reading words similar to these struck a chord.


There is a natural progression in Christ's Beatitudes as He mentioned meekness. Notice:


D. Campodonico
August 15, 2017
The first outreach program in Malta occurred this summer on July 11, 2017. The participating brethren share their experience.

Around A. D. 60 the ship to Rome on which Paul was traveling as a prisoner shipwrecked in Melita, Malta (Acts 28). Today, Malta is a small island country in the Mediterranean Sea south of Italy, with a population of approximately 445,426. The official languages are Maltese and English. The state or main religion is Catholicism but religious freedom is granted.