The Uncertainty Project Season 2 Premiering on November 12; and other world news

Published on November 12, 2021 by
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The Uncertainty Project Season 2 will premiere on the Uncertainty Project’s website—the Adventist World Church’s leading multimedia project, born in Europe, expressed in video productions, film, and other digital and print media. The project has gained a lot of success both inside and outside the Church. The Uncertainty Project results from a collaboration between different countries, media entities, and worldwide administrative offices of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The project started in February 2019 and was inaugurated in May 2020 during a GAiN Europe online event.

AdventHealth Celebration in Central Florida is prioritizing nutrition and sustainability through a new gardening program. Team members will be growing vegetables on hospital property inside a shipping container that can regulate the temperature of the crops inside.

The Hope Impact project in South America emerged in 2007 with one main objective: to share the biblical message through free book distribution. Over the years, the project has become the means for many people to change their lifestyles and worldview because of the content they read. This year, Adventists throughout eight countries of the South American Division distributed more than 20 million copies of the 2021 Missionary Book of the Year: Hope for Troubled Times by Adventist evangelist Mark Finley.

There are 17 million people in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and it’s growing quickly! Global Mission pioneers are there too, planting churches and engaging their community. This week, Gary Krause and Rick Kajiura recall their trip to the country and their amazement at what the Global Mission pioneers are doing in the country. More from Adventist Mission: Adventist Mission

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