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Month 1

January–Mission in Southern Asia-Pacific

The Southern Asia-Pacific region is home to 1.1 billion people, including 1.7 million Adventists. Almost 90 percent of the division’s church membership live in Indonesia and the Philippines, making the rest of this territory largely unreached. Let's find out what Adventists are doing to share God's love here.

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  • January–Mission in Southern Asia-Pacific

    The Southern Asia-Pacific region is home to 1.1 billion people, including 1.7 million Adventists. Almost 90 percent of the division’s church membership live in Indonesia and the Philippines, making the rest of this territory largely unreached. Let's find out what Adventists are doing to share God's love here.

  • February–Serving Those Around You

    What if you hear God’s call to help reach a city, but you don’t know where to begin? As we set out to reach the cities, the best thing we can do is follow Christ’s method!

  • March–Offerings Make a Difference

    This quarter, you have the opportunity to support projects across the Southern Asia-Pacific region that make a difference in people's lives. Thank you for giving to the 13th Sabbath Offering!

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  • January 1–Not Too Old for Mission

    Abram La Rue, a shepherd and woodcutter from the United States, just knew he had to take the good news to Asia in the 1800s. Today, this region is home to 1.1 billion people, including 1.7 million Adventists.

  • January 8–Offerings Making a Difference in Timor-Leste

    The Timor Adventist International School provides for the children an opportunity for the future and for the future development of their country. Let's see how your contribution to the 13th Sabbath Offering makes a difference here!

  • January 15–Hello, Goodbye, I Love You

    Bino’s mom wanted him to learn English, so she asked his dad to find an international school in Dili, the capital of Timor-Leste, where they lived. Because of Timor Adventist International School, the whole family now speaks English, but more importantly they love Jesus with all their hearts.

  • January 22–The Hospital Church Plant

    Thanks to the 13th Sabbath Offering in 1959, the Adventist Church in Sri Lanka purchased a plot of land with a house on it in Kandy, a city in the Central Province of the Island. The dream was to start much needed medical work. Let's find out what's happening there today.

  • January 29–Serving Your City’s Most Vulnerable

    One of the biggest mission challenges today is that of the call to reach the cities. Many of the world’s largest cities are in the least-reached parts of the world, where few Adventist members, or Christians from any background, are living. So what should we be doing?

  • February 5–A Life of Service and Adventure

    God has given each of us a way to serve and show His love to the world. It can be difficult to find a career that pairs our God-given talents and interests with ministry. For students interested in adventure and service, Union College’s International Rescue and Relief program tries to do just that.

  • February 12–Finding Life's Essentials

    Even before the first brick was laid, the Lord had His hands on the Essential Life Center, an Urban Center of Influence. Find out how lives were transformed through Adventists in Cambodia.

  • February 19–Anita's Sabbath Adventure

    Every Sabbath, the long trip to a new church was an adventure for Anita. Best of all, every Sabbath Anita got to worship God. Anita liked being a missionary kid!

  • February 26–No Growth in Your Comfort Zone

    What is it like to be an Adventist volunteer? Let's find out by talking with Larissa, who served in Lebanon!

  • March 5–“The Desert Taught Me How” by Juan R. Salazar L.

    An inspiring and original song performed by collaborators around the world!

  • March 12–Terrific Tuesdays

    Simple gestures like the ones Kaitaia Church are making are the things that actually connect us at a much deeper level. You can be a changemaker in your community as well. Just find your local Seventh-day Adventist Church to see how you can make it a reality.

  • March 19–Needing Rice in a Pandemic

    When disaster strikes, the most vulnerable often struggle the most. The COVID-19 pandemic put low-income families around the world in difficult positions. Some have been unable to provide for their family’s most basic needs and put food on the table.

  • March 26–100 Words a Day

    Nung was determined to learn English. So when an Adventist English language center opened in her town in Northern Laos, she jumped at the opportunity.