News Updates

Etienne Lombard
December 27, 2015
On December 19, 2015, our church in Montreal held a special Sabbath for its younger attendees.

On December 19, 2015, the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Montreal, Quebec, Canada held a special Sabbath for the children of the church. The Sabbath was held in the church building our church rents. The theme of the Sabbath was David and Goliath. The goal was to help the children see how they can overcome their daily challenges and fight their giant problems. 


Septimiu David Muresan
December 27, 2015
In Cluj Napoca, the second biggest city in the country, our church members gathered to thank the Lord once again for providing their beautiful and spacious church. The opening date was December 17, 1995, when this house was first dedicated to the worship of our God.

Before the 1989 Revolution in Romania, the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement Church was intensely persecuted by the communist regime. Members were gathering in private houses, and they were often interrogated or even sent to jail. After the Revolution, the joy was huge, and in just a few years, many worship places were built throughout the Romanian state.


Daniel Duarte
December 27, 2015
A father and son experience the miraculous hand of God keeping them safe from a sure fall off a precipice.

Lord, Save Me

But when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” Matthew 14:30


Eli Tenorio
December 21, 2015
United States
Bro. Eli Tenorio shares his experience of God intervening in His life and granting safety in the spring of 2002.

Psalm 33:19, 20 “To deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine. Our soul waiteth for the LORD: he is our help and our shield.”


In May of 2002, my family and I were in Arkansas for some weekend evangelistic meetings. On Sunday, we headed back home to Dallas, Texas. My wife and I packed our things into the car, called the children, and left the Hindsville church were we had been staying.
December 21, 2015
Papua New Guinea
Praise God! We have raised $8,487.00 for our brethren in Papau New Guinea, surpassing our initial goal of $ 6,600.00 by almost $2,000.

Praise God! We have raised $8,487.00 for our brethren in Papau New Guinea, surpassing our initial goal of $ 6,600.00 by almost $2,000. 


During our initial assessment we had hoped to raise at least enough funds for three months supply of food, but we anticipated that there would be a need for up to four months' supply. Surplus donations will go towards meeting this anticipated need. Thank you for your prayers and support. We will keep you updated with the needs of our church family in Papua New Guinea.