Young Adventist Professional: Dr Palesa Motjuwadi

WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO BECOME A DOCTOR ? It’s strange that I never actually wanted to become a doctor. It was all just a set of providential occurrences.   In Matric I applied for everything and medicine was just one of the options I could fall back on but honestly was not considering. I even only […]

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Sound Doctrine (Part 2)

Threat Of Wrong Changes A word of warning is presented by Ranko Steffanovic  Who argues that if the church is not careful with safeguarding the faith once delivered to our fore fathers, the Pure Woman of Revelation 12 will become the corrupted and vile woman of Revelation chapter 17. While Davidson Razafiarivony differs with this […]

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IMPRISONED PASTOR BAPTIZES FELLOW INMATES

Nineteen inmates of the Viana Penitentiary Establishment in Luanda, Angola, were baptized within the prison premises on Friday, January 5, 2018. The baptizing ministers were Pastor Burns Musa Sibanda (a prisoner at that time), who is the Chief Financial Officer of the North-Eastern Angola Union mission, and Pastor Benedito Paulino, leader of the Emmanuel mission […]

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The Nations Among Us

It was almost noon, when I and two friends found ourselves touring a neighborhood of one of the big cities in our division with over one million inhabitants, in the pursuit for mission opportunities. Few minutes into our short tour, we were baffled as the people on the streets, their dress code, worship places, street […]

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When the Lord says YES…No one can say NO

God helps the Seventh-day Adventist Church break the barriers created by Kalupetechists in the populations around the Huambo, Projecto neighbourhood. Projecto is a new neighbourhood, which soon grew so much. However, the Seventh-day Adventist Church did not grow there either. Or rather, it did not even exist in this place, which is about 8 km […]

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Home Visitation

HOME VISITATION: The Queen Strategy to Grow Faithfulness

How do we grow faithfulness in the local church? This represents a concern for pastors and other church leaders. This article explores home visitation as an adequate strategy to lead people to faithfulness. The One Who Visits The God of the Bible is involved in personal encounters with His creatures. He is both Elohim and […]

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Gauteng 2018: Sharing Hope and Healing

Historic Event It is not business as usual in 2018 as the Seventh-day Adventist church embarks on an evangelistic campaign dubbed ‘Gauteng 2018: Sharing Hope and Healing’. This project is called Gauteng 2018 because the high population of this province makes it an appropriate  choice for the emphasis of “Mission To The Cities.”  2018 is […]

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King Zwelithini

Visit to the Royal Palace

The Seventh Day Adventist Church in the Southern Africa Union, SAU, was invited to the King’s palace in Kwazulu Natal, just to spend the Sabbath day with the Royal family. His Majesty, King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu, the king of KwaZulu Natal, is a God-fearing man, who is married to the Queen mother, Queen Manthombi, of […]

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Tithe and Offering in kind

South Zambia Conference still enjoys good response in tithe and offering from its farmers. On 25th July 2017 the Niel family in Choma, hosted the conference president, Pastor Maxwell Muvwimi and the Stewardship director, Pastor Johan Siachibila, who helped the family to count their cows and set aside what belongs to the Lord, as they […]

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Sound Doctrine (Part 1)

Preach the word; be instant in season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lasts shall heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; and they shall turn away from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables […]

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