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Mario Linares
November 16, 2022
The brethren of the South Central Mexican Field gathered in Malacota for a spiritual conference and baptism.

Malacota, Mexico—From September 23-25, the brethren in Mexico gathered in Malacota for a spiritual conference under the theme "De la ciudad al campo" (From the City to the Countryside).


Brother Mario Linares, General Conference Missionary Department Director, was present as the guest speaker. The conference was held in the South Central Mexican Field, and brethren from across the field were in attendance. 


Nicole Fountain
November 16, 2022
United States
In September, the Northern California Conference held their annual Fall Spiritual Conference under the theme “From Jacob to Israel.”

On September 23-25th, the Northern California Conference held their annual Fall Spiritual Conference. The messages were centered around the theme “From Jacob to Israel.”


Franck Vitorassi
October 25, 2022
A baptism was performed in Linares, Chile, on October 16, 2022.


Linares, Chile—On October 16, 2022, over one-hundred people gathered at a riverbank to witness the baptism of a young lady. Sister Claudia was baptized by Brother Joel Morales in Linares, Chile, and over half of the witnesses present were Sister Claudia’s relatives, friends, and neighbors. She took the opportunity to invite them to her baptism, where most encountered the church for the first time. 


By Paweł Zająć 
September 29, 2022
Ordination of two ministers and the baptism of four souls in the Polish Field.

August 6, 2022, was a special Sabbath for the SDARM Church in Poland. 

Brother Paweł Zająć and Miroslaw Mitas were ordained to the ministry. On the same occasion, four souls were baptized.


We praise the Lord for the continuation of the work in Poland. 

Please remember to pray for the newly baptized brethren, as well as for the workers and their families as they dedicate their lives to the spreading of the Gospel.



Diego Moreno
September 27, 2022
One-hundred volunteers from Colombia, Brazil, and Peru, worked tirelessly to take love, hope, and the Gospel to the Colombian Amazon.

Leticia, Amazon, Colombia—Spreading love, hope, a smile, and relief to those in need was the objective of the 120 volunteers that participated in this humanitarian mission trip to the Amazon. The volunteers arrived at the Colombian Amazon from Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, and Peru.