We are pleased to inform you that one of our Telephone lines is now back in operation. That is 984-2044.
The other lines are still out of operation. We apologize for the inconvenience caused by the non-operation of our telephone lines for the past few months now.
We hope that the restoration of this line will help to improve communication with our customers.
Thank you for understanding.
Eight Pastors were ordained to the gospel ministry during an ordination service held at the Portmore Church on Sabbath September 5, 2015.
As Europe grapples with a migrant crisis, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency said it is working overtime to care for vulnerable families in Serbia, a main entry point for refugees fleeing to the continent. ADRA has teamed up with the United Nations and three other entities to open an asylum information center that provides reliable information about refugee rights and other resources in Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. “This kind of center is critical,” Igor Mitrović, director of ADRA’s Serbia office, said in an e-mailed statement. “A large number of refugees do not want to apply for asylum status in Serbia, putting them in a difficult situation.
As tens of thousands of refugees continue to flee to Europe, ADRA is working over time in Serbia to ensure that vulnerable families are cared for in this time of crisis.
Though pastors are stressed about money and overwhelming ministry demands, only one percent abandon the pulpit each year, LifeWay Research finds. LifeWay Research surveyed 1,500 pastors of evangelical and historically black churches and found an estimated 13 percent of senior pastors in 2005 had left the pastorate 10 years later for reasons other than death or retirement. The study, released September 1, was gathered from a survey conducted March 5-18.
The one hundred and seventh-three stations and eleven posts of Jamaica Constabulary Force’s (JCF) will benefit from a special “projects day” activity to be undertaken by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica as part of its 125 years of Adventism in Jamaica celebrations. The Church, which boost more than 730 congregations across the ‘length and breadth’ of Jamaica will, on October 25, 2015, use its penetration of churches to effect improvement to the JCF stations based on a needs analysis.