News Updates

Luzirlei Azevedo
November 17, 2015
Every week, "O Bom Samaritano" a SDARM welfare organization in Brazil, sets up a soup kitchen in the middle of Curitiba, Brazil.

The Solidarity Soup Kitchen is a missionary project that takes place every Friday at 8:40pm in downtown Curitiba, Brazil by brethren from the Seventh-Day Adventist Reform Movement Church.


The project began in the county of Abranches in 2009 when the church leader at the time, Brother Angelo Simba, together with his local church brethren, formed a team to distribute soup and clothing to the homeless in their town.


Marcos Valério
November 16, 2015
On November 1, 2015 the French Field held a baptism of 2 souls.

Also pictured are some of the youth who witnessed the baptism of their friends, and the local pastor, Brother Marcos Valerio. 

Eli Tenorio
November 16, 2015
“For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened” (Matthew 7:7, 8).

Some years ago, the brethren in Peru invited me to preach at their biennial youth convention held at that time near the Huascarán National Park.  Two-thousand people from all over Peru and neighboring countries were in attendance.  Each person had to make personal sacrifices and took great pains to attend this youth convention.

Larissa Tenorio
November 13, 2015
We have received confirmation from Brother Marcos Valério, who states that so far all of our brethren whom he has contacted were asleep in their homes during the attack. He has recommended to our brethren there not to go out today, especially those who depend on public transportation.

On Friday, November 13, Paris was once more under attack. News sources have confirmed that over 100 individuals were confirmed dead, and dozens were injured. At the time of this posting, we are awaiting news from our pastor in the area—Bro. Marcos Valério.


So far we have only received updates from a few of our members in the area stating they are well. We thank God for His Sabbath day, and that many of our brethren were safely at home. We will update this post as more information arrives. 


Israel Báez
November 8, 2015
During the first week of November 1-3, the EcuadorianUnion hosted its first National Youth Camp Meeting for the youth from within and without the church.

During the first week of November 1-3, the Ecuadorian Union hosted its first National Youth Camp Meeting to encourage the youth of the church and to serve as an outreach to bring other young people, too. The camp meeting was an historical event in that it was the first of its kind since the Reform message entered Ecuador in 1945.