News Updates

Daniel Guzmán
July 8, 2018
Honduras
A doctrinal seminar was held in the town of Siguatepeque in Honduras from June 18 to 22, 2018.

Siguatepeque, HONDURAS—A doctrinal seminar was held in the town of Siguatepeque in Honduras from June 18 to 22, 2018. The seminar was attended by 95% of the SDARM Central American workforce and took place in the Honduran Union headquarter building.

 

July 4, 2018
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN for the General Conference 2019 in Sumaré, Brazil! Vacancies are limited and going fast. Reserve your spot today!

Dear brethren, you can now register for the 2019 General Conference in Sumaré, SP, Brazil. Access the registration website: www.cg2019.com.br and guarantee your spot for this special event. 

 

VACANCIES ARE LIMITED AND GOING FAST!

 

The site is easy to navigate. Choose your language, register and reserve your room.

July 1, 2018

Lima, 22  de Julio 2018

 

Apreciados hermanos en Cristo, salud. Reciban nuestro saludo afectuoso de parte del grupo de apoyo logístico sudamericano del Departamento de Salud de la Conferencia General,

                                  "Mas a vosotros los que teméis mi nombre, nacerá el sol de justicia,

                                    y en sus alas traerá salud…” Malaquías 4:2.

 

André Devai
June 28, 2018
In places where it is possible for the brethren to be self-supporting and not dependant on foreign aid, we have established ways for them to generate income.

In countries where it is possible for the brethren to be self-supporting and not dependant on foreign aid, we have established ways for them to generate income. In many cases, due to the economy of the country, the brethren cannot afford to start up a business to sustain their families. However, once the materials are provided, they are happy to work hard. 

 

André Devai
June 27, 2018
Venezuela
An introduction to the "My Overseas Family" project to sponsor church families around the world who have no way of generating income due to country crises or conflicts and illnesses.

VENEZUELA—There are families in various parts of the world who face illness and excessive poverty. Brethren, because of illnesses or conflict in their countries, are faced with unexpected widowhood. Many need help in various ways.

 

The "My Overseas Family" project came about when, during a visit to Venezuela, the Welfare Department discovered that many brethren there did not have the basics with which to survive due to the country's political regime. Families lived on $10 a month and some didn’t have even that.

 

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