News Updates

By Alexandre Araújo
September 22, 2015
Besides being a leader and idealist, God’s messenger also possessed a human side neither well known nor often remembered.

This year marks the centennial of the death of Ellen G. White, God’s messenger. During this year, we should take the opportunity to reflect on the blessing that her life and ministry represent for the remnant people. The numbers relative to her work are impressive:

During her ministry, Sister White produced over 100,000 pages of manuscripts, which include over 5,000 articles and the publication of 26 books.

 

Daniel Campodonico
September 5, 2015
Italy
This past July 17 – 19, 2015, a Spiritual Conference entitled "Every Member a Missionary" and a baptism was held in the Italian Field with the presence of Brother Peter Lausevic.

Balze di Verghereto

Verghereto

(Forlì – Cesena)

Italy

 

Delegation Session Secretary: Eli Tenorio
August 26, 2015
United States

Today the following committees were formed and began working: 

  • The Nomination Committee
  • The Planning Committee
  • The Finance Committee
  • The Doctrinal Committee
  • The By-laws Committee
  • The Medical Committee

 

The NOMINATING COMMITTEE is composed of the following brethren:                        

Representing the AFRICAN REGION

Delegation Session Secretary: Eli Tenorio
August 25, 2015
United States

The 22nd GC Delegation Session was begun on the morning of August 25, 2015.

At the time the meetings began, 166 out of the 204 delegates were present and seated.

 

New units were accepted and certain existing units changed status:

 

Congo Union Mission

Zambian Union Mission

Madagascar Mission

Zimbabwe East Mission

Zimbabwe West Field

Cape Verde Mission

Liberian Mission

East African Union Mission

     —Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania

Eastern Indonesian Mission

Nusa Utara Mission

August 14, 2015
For nearly three weeks (August 25 through September 13, 2015), Roanoke will be the meeting place for representatives of our people around the world. The 22nd GC Delegation Session and public meetings will be held in this area.

Roanoke [rōɘ nōk] means: (US, historical) White beads … made from shells, formerly used for ornaments and currency by Native Americans of colonial Virginia. Origin, from Powhatan rawrenock (“things rubbed smooth by hand").

 

History of Roanoke

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