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Issue 794

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Issue 794

Raafat Kamal Newly Elected President of the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Europe

10 July 2014 I St Albans, United Kingdom [Miroslav Pujić, tedNEWS] Pastor Raafat Kamal, 50, is the newly elected president of the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventists Church (TED), based in St Albans, United Kingdom. Kamal’s name was recommended by the TED Executive Committee on 27 June and elected by the General Conference Executive Committee on 10 July 2014.

“I am honoured to be selected for this position and I accept it with sincere gratitude”, says Kamal, “I look forward to working with the TED team, Unions and Fields, and institutional leaders to make God known among our communities in Europe and bring glory to His name. I approach this new task prayerfully,” concluded Kamal.

Pastor Kamal’s appointment follows a nineteen-year tenure by Dr Bertil Wiklander, the longest serving president of the TED, who decided to retire to Sweden, his home country, with effect from 31 July 2014.

Responding to the vote, Wiklander commented, “I am delighted with the choice of my successor, Pastor Raafat Kamal. We have worked closely together for several years, and I know him as deeply committed to the church, its message and mission. He has a broad education and a wide international experience. Rarely has a division president come to his position with such deep knowledge of the division he will serve. He combines a brilliant mind with extraordinary humility. I know his great burden is to see the church grow in Europe. I will give him all my support in the future. I wish him and Heidi, his wife, God's abundant blessings.”

Kamal, originally from Lebanon, has lived and worked in England, Norway, Pakistan and Iran. He married Heidi Kamal Kendel from Norway, a registered nurse, in 1987. The couple have two daughters.

An ordained minister, Pastor Kamal holds graduate degrees in Business and Theology and four post-graduate degrees in Systematic Theology; Educational Administration and Curriculum; Islamic Philosophy and Theology; and Business Administration.

During his career, Kamal has served the Church for four years as a teacher and school administrator, and 18 years mainly in administrative and executive posts. His position for the last seven years and until his appointment as president was field secretary and assistant to the TED President, with additional departmental responsibilities for Adventist Mission, Public Affairs & Religious Liberty and Stewardship.

Pastor Ted Wilson, president of the World Church, who chaired both committees made a comment: "God has a special regard for His church and its mission outreach in the Trans-European Division where people are bombarded with secular and materialistic influences. The proclamation of the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14 is needed in an ever-increasing way to bring the Good News of salvation in Christ and complete restoration by God to the people of the TED territory. As we look forward to that expanded role of evangelistic outreach in TED, it is a privilege to have Pastor Raafat Kamal as the new president of that division. He has a great personal burden to share with the TED territory the Biblical message of Christ’s love and the unique prophetic messages entrusted to Seventh-day Adventists as we share with the world the news of Christ’s soon second coming. We welcome Pastor Kamal to the senior leadership team of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as we humble ourselves before the Lord as a prophetic movement with a prophetic message engaged in a prophetic mission. We also take this opportunity to thank Pastor Bertil Wiklander, as he retires, for his many years of service and leadership to the Trans-European Division," concluded Wilson.

The Trans-European Division is comprised of 23 European countries with a population of 202 million people and a membership of 84,000 members. This territory makes a total of 11 Unions and three Fields. For more information about the TED please visit www.ted-adventist.org. [tedNEWS]

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Issue 793

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Issue 793

Newbold College Award Ceremony 2014

26 June 2014 I Bracknell, United Kingdom [Judith Makaniankhndo, tedNEWS] On Sunday 15 June, Newbold College of Higher Education welcomed guests from around the world to witness the academic success of 35 students at the 2014 Newbold Award Ceremony. Graduating student Melissa Myklebust was... Read more


 

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Toward a Theology of Budgets?

Having composed budgets for half of my career, and to my shame, presented them as instruments of arithmetic artistry, to the arthritic attention of bemused committees, I conclude that there must be a better way! During the recent gridlock between the President and Congress of the United States over access to... Read more

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Issue 792

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Balkan Floods: ADRA in Action to Help People

29 May 2014 I St Albans, United Kingdom [Miroslav Pujic, tedNEWS] Severe flooding across Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia has prompted the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people, and caused more than 50 deaths and thousands of homes destroyed.  Concerns have been expressed by Bosnia and Serbia over the possibility of disease being spread by the multitude of dead animals which are starting to rot in the rising temperatures.

Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia have acted quickly to be among the first to provide drinking water, food, clothes and hygiene materials, as well as helping residents to clean up their villages and cities.

ADRA-Croatia was among the first to send humanitarian help to Serbia, Bosnia and Eastern Croatia once it had heard about the devastating effects of the heaviest rain and worst floods since records began 120 years ago. A total of 107 tons of water, food, and clothes were distributed: 30 tones to Serbia, 37 tones to Bosnia and 40 tones to Eastern Croatia. The next project is to help the local people in cleaning their communities and helping them to get their life back to normal. According to Ileana Radojević, ADRA-Croatia Director, this is going to be a hard and long process to rebuild the lives of people who have lost everything.

ADRA-Serbia implemented an early response relief project within the first seven days following the declaration of the national state of emergency. In co-ordination with the Serbian Red Cross, over 640 food relief packages were distributed to families from Obrenovac, Paraćin, Šabac and Ub, that had been affected by the floods.  A total of 2,400 beneficiaries were helped in this way.

In the next phase of the relief effort, ADRA-Serbia, in conjunction with the coordinating body of the Serbian Red Cross and the leaders and members of the local emergency co-ordination board, will be involved by clearing up the mud and debris from roads and houses that have been flooded; cleaning and disinfecting and drying the flooded houses and supporting facilities; providing basic Non-Food Items (NFIs) for households; and providing revolving funds for alternative sources of livelihoods and income generation due to the destruction of the major portion of the agricultural land, farming activities and other trades.

“To be honest, we are in the middle of a humanitarian hysteria at the moment. Everyone wants to help each other, which is good! However, this will abate and then the real needs of those affected will begin to emerge, such as psychological help, support for rebuilding people’s houses and livelihoods and, most importantly, hope for their future,” says Igor Mitrović, ADRA-Serbia Director. “ADRA Serbia will do its best to be there for these people during this time. We will partner with governmental and civil organisations to ensure long-term support, especially to those in the marginalized parts of Serbia. Our moto is Taking care of all our people,” concludes Mitrović.

ADRA-Bosnia & Herzegovina was very busy providing humanitarian aid to those in great need. With the help of 40 volunteers, more than 4,000 parcels with food, water and hygiene materials were distributed.

“Our focus is mainly on the city of Doboj and we have received 250 drying machines that will dry houses for poor people as well as some important public institutions,” says Božidar Mihajlović, ADRA–BiH Director.  “We plan a project of sanitation and disinfection of the city and surrounding fields with effective microorganisms. We are also planning several volunteer actions where 100 volunteers from Sarajevo and Banjaluka will come to help in cleaning the city of Doboj.  We will invite all the experts who will make plans, not just for the rebuilding of the city, but for making a vision for a better and more beautiful Doboj then it has ever been. This has been a catastrophe but it is also an opportunity for a new future,” concludes Mihajlović.

Please continue to pray for those people who are suffering and those who have lost their loved ones. If you are willing to help rebuild destroyed churches and homes in this region and help people who are in need, please contact Steve Cooper, ADRA-TE Director, by email scooper@ted-adventist.org. To see more photos, please click on the following: ADRA CroatiaADRA Serbia. [tedNEWS]


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Issue 791

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The Worst Floods in Serbia and Bosnia Since Records Began

20 May 2014 Belgrade, Serbia [Miroslav Pujić, tedNEWS] Three months' worth of rain fell on the region in just a few days, causing rivers to burst their banks and sweep into people's homes in Serbia, Bosnia and Eastern Croatia. States of emergency have been declared in parts of Bosnia and Serbia after the heaviest rain and worst floods since records began 120 years ago. Hundreds of thousands of people have had to be evacuated from areas close to the rivers.  Around 3 million people have been directly affected.

Overflowing rivers have burst into towns and villages, cutting off whole communities, while 3,000 landslides have buried thousands of houses. Army helicopters and rescue teams have been sent to evacuate thousands of stranded residents but reports say bad weather is hampering the rescue efforts.

Some witnesses said that because the floodwaters acted as a tsunami, three to four meters high, no one was able to resist them. The report is that over 40 people died and the death toll is expected to rise as many people are still missing.

Members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church have been affected: Pastor Igor Bosnić, Communication Director, reports that 20 Adventist families have seen their homes destroyed and four church buildings have also been destroyed (Paraćin and Svilajnac in Serbia and Trnjaci and Doboj in Bosnia).

In the Doboj church, Bible Worker Josef Taši and his wife Marina ran to the second floor of the church building to escape the fast-rising water but the water reached them even there. They then escaped to the attic. At that moment they realised that their mobile phone batteries were flat and they couldn’t contact anyone.  They were trapped from 11am until 7pm on Tuesday, May 15th. Guessing what had happened, the church leaders called the emergency centre, which sent a helicopter to rescue them. They heard the helicopter’s noise but were not aware that it had come for them so they didn’t go out on the roof. Finally a boat was sent to rescue them and they were evacuated. They lost all their possessions: furniture, clothes and a car.

In Šabac, twenty students and their professors from Belgrade Theological Seminary joined a group of 6,000 volunteers to build a shield with sand sacks to protect the city, reports Pastor Dragan Grujičić, Principal of the Seminary. During the night of 17 June, they built 23 kilometres of shield at the bank of the River Sava.

The youth of the Belgrade churches also joined volunteers to help in food distribution and fill up sacks with sand.  According to Pastor Miroslav Gagić, the church members in Sremska Mitrovica had a short worship on Sabbath and then all the men went to work at the banks of the River Sava to help protect the city since the level of the water was rising very quickly.  At the same time, the ladies of the church cooked food which was distributed to the volunteers.

ADRA Serbia and ADRA Croatia have initiated collection of food, drinking water and clothes for people who have had to leave their homes.  “We have to help people in their difficult times. We should not forget them even once the water is gone,” says Pastor Zlatko Musija, the President of the Adventist Church in the Adriatic Union, which includes Croatia.

“I am deeply grateful to all people of good will who were willing to help us in this difficult situation, especially to the leadership of the Adriatic Union and ADRA Croatia and Slovenia.  Special thanks go to the diaspora churches in Stuttgart, Germany and Chicago, USA. They sent the first aid for those people who are in great needs at the moment. Our diaspora churches from Australia and other countries expressed their willingness to help with whatever they can and we are sincerely thankful. We will make sure that all the help in goods and money will reach people who lost their possessions,” says Pastor Djordje Trajkovski, President of the South-East European Union which covers Serbia and Bosnia.

Please keep praying for those people who are suffering and those who have lost their loved ones. If you are willing to help rebuild destroyed churches and homes in this region and help people who are in need, please contact Steve Cooper, ADRA-TE Director, by email scooper@ted-adventist.org.  [tedNEWS]


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Issue 790

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Issue 790

Newbold College of Higher Education Appoints New Principal

 12 May 2014 I Bracknell, United Kingdom [Kirsty Watkins, tedNEWS] Newbold’s Board of Governors appointed Dr John Baildam to the position of Principal at its Spring meeting on Sunday, 11 May 2014. Dr Baildam will commence in this role on Tuesday, 17 June 2014. Dr Baildam has served the College for over 30 years... Read more


 

Reaching out beyond church walls: Jesus7 in Ireland

24th April 2014 I Dublin, Ireland [Weiers Coetser, BUC News] Belfast Adventist church looked startlingly different to both pedestrians and motorists during the week starting 13 April 2014. The normal, neat parking area was transformed into a vibrant exhibition space. A marquee manned by friendly volunteers provided passers-by... Read more


 

One Million Dollars for TED Thirteenth Sabbath Offering Projects – A NEW RECORD

2 April 2014 | St Albans, United Kingdom [Raafat Kamal, tedNEWS] It is with joy and a sense of awe that Dr Bertil Wiklander, President of the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (TED), received the good news that the TED Thirteenth Sabbath School Offering projects will be supported with one million dollars... Read more


 

Practicing Inclusion: Making Decisions Together

For leaders, inclusion means that we connect not only with persons who are like us but also with those who are different.  This is not a side or optional issue but at the very heart of leadership.  Leaders are able to successfully reach across barriers, differences and individual communities, to connect them and... Read more

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Issue 789

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How Global Youth Day Impacted Young People in TED

24 March 2014 | St Albans, United Kingdom [Paul Tompkins, Kirsten Oster-Lundqvist and Steve Thomas] The Trans-European Division (TED) hosted two of the 22 worldwide live transmissions as part of Global Youth Day (GYD) on Saturday, 15th March 2014 from Vik, near Oslo and Newbold College, England. These transmissions were hosted by young people at both venues and went on air at 5pm local time... Read more


 

Festival Outreach in Hungary

20 March 2014 | Budapest, Hungary [Krisztián Ömböli, Judy Plaatjes/tedNEWS] Imagine 350,000 people from around Europe gathering in one place at one time. Imagine being among them, interacting with them. Perhaps you are the only Jesus they will ever meet. Every year, one of the biggest music festivals in Europe, the Sziget Festival, takes place in Hungary and last summer... Read more


 

New Ellen White Encyclopedia Highlights Lifetime of Ministry

11 March 2014 | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States [Mylon Medley/ANN] A recently released encyclopedia on the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s co-founder Ellen G. White gives an overview of her stance on numerous topics and offers an opportunity to dispel misconceptions on the life and literary influence of the denomination’s most known figure, publishers said... Read more


 

Be a Clear Communicator!

The Bible reveals that all suffering and pain in human life began with communication. The Serpent in the Garden of Eden distorted God’s word. He deceived Adam and Eve by saying some things that were not true and other things that were only partially true. In sharp contrast to this fatal dialogue, Jesus taught the true word of God, and people were amazed at what he said. He was fond of engaging his disciples in questions... Read more

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Issue 788

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Issue 788

Ambitious Regeneration Plans Voted for Newbold College

24 February 2014 | Bracknell, United Kingdom [Kirsty Watkins, tedNEWS] On 10 February 2014 the Newbold College of Higher Education Board of Governors voted to regenerate the College over the next 18 months. “The regeneration model calls for an estimated increase of 100 full-time equivalent students over the next two academic years (2014/2015 and 2015/2016),” Dr Bertil Wiklander... Read more


 

Innovation Key to Relevance in New ‘Attention Economy,’ Media Experts Say

18 February 2014 | Linthicum Heights, Maryland, United States [Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN]  Pushing the boundaries is no longer enough. Seventh-day Adventist tech and media professionals at this year’s Global Adventist Internet Network conference were challenged to leave the boundaries in the rearview mirror or risk... Read more


 

Ten Best Bible Stories in the Netherlands

27 February 2014 | Meppel, The Netherlands [Rudy Dingjan and Judy Plaatjes, tedNEWS] Most people in the Netherlands know something about the Bible and have a favourite story they can recall from childhood.  So in 2013, nine Christian denominations, including the local Seventh-day Adventist church, in Meppel, Netherlands decided to join hands and conduct a survey in malls,... Read more


 

The Voice of Women in Leadership

I was in my office and a prospective parent of a secondary school student wanted to speak to me.  We had never met and he called my assistant to ask me a few questions.  The call came through to me at my desk, and the conversation followed something like this: Me: “Hello.  Can I help you?” Pause on the other end of the line... Read more

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Issue 787

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‘Meaningful Beginning and Hopeful Future’ in Denmark

03 February 2014 | Odense, Denmark [Kim Hagen Jensen, tedNEWS] To conclude a large experimental evangelistic outreach effort in Denmark, which included showing Henry Stober’s Creation movie and lectures at local universities, Janos Kovacs-Biro, Evangelism Ministries Director at the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, was invited to Odense, Denmark... Read more


 

Belgrade Central Church Book Fair Outreach Project

12 February 2014 | Belgrade, Serbia [Ivan Milanov & Judy Plaatjes, tedNEWS] 25-27 October 2013 saw the Belgrade Central Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church organise a creative outreach project (COP) at the famous International Belgrade Book Fair. This book expo is one of the most attended annual cultural events in Serbia with more than 100,000 people visiting... Read more 


 

Relay - Youth Evangelism 

13 February 2014 | St Albans, United Kingdom [Paul Tompkins, tedNEWS] The Relay Institute of Youth Evangelism is a unique youth outreach training programme operated by the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (TED). It is unique in that the practical modules are taken on the road and held in situ at each of  the participating countries and most importantly also... Read more


 

Albania Mission Trip

Dates:  23 June - 07 July, 2014; Destination: Albania, Tirana and surrounding areas; Cost: 150 Euros, plus airfare from your home country to Tirana, Albania; Target Age Group: 18-35; Project Overview: This project will be made up of 20 participants. The group will be split into two teams of 10. One team will spend... Read More

 

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Issue 786

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Issue 786

TED President Retires

On 12 February 2014 Dr Bertil Wiklander, President of the Trans-European Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (TED), informed the Union Presidents and Division Office staff that he is planning to retire as of 31 July this year.

Dr Wiklander announced his decision at the staff devotional on Wednesday morning during two days of leadership training for union presidents. Appreciation for his service was expressed by the staff through the Executive Secretary, Audrey Andersson, and by Sandra Grice, General Conference Auditing Service (GCAS) Associate Director.

‘I have enjoyed my work and the many people I have come to know in various parts of the Division, and I will leave my responsibility with much gratitude to God and my colleagues. I will greatly miss the fellowship and friendship within our office, which I think is something very unique and precious. May God bless you all and his work in this part of the world,’ said Dr Wiklander.

In a brief statement, he continued: ‘In July this year I will have served the Division for nineteen years and in September I will have reached an age that is well beyond pension age. I am grateful to God for the blessings I have received, the many things I have learnt, and especially for the wonderful team I have had around me in the Division Office and in the unions and other fields within the Division. It is good for me to be able to spend more time with my family, and there are some interesting book projects and biblical research that I want to attend to in my retirement. I have talked to Elder Ted Wilson at the General Conference about this, and he will care for the process of electing a successor.’

Prior to coming to the TED, Dr Wiklander served in his native Sweden as Principal of Ekebyholm School, Union Executive Secretary and President.

Over the past 19 years Dr Wiklander has exhibited outstanding leadership. His passion, enthusiasm and commitment to the mission of the church and making God known in the challenging secular environment of many of the TED countries has inspired leaders at all levels of the church.  He has the rare ability to combine a keen academic intellect with the practical insightfulness necessary to be a successful administrator.

During his term of office at the TED there have been two realignments of territory. Dr Wiklander has provided stability of leadership during the transitions and helped the Division to redefine its vision and purpose, keeping the focus on the Mission of God.

It was appropriate that the announcement came during leadership training for the union presidents as Dr Wiklander is a keen advocate of growing leaders and providing opportunities for people to try new ideas and to grow.

At this point in time it is difficult to envisage the TED without Dr Wiklander. We wish him and his family God’s richest blessings as they transition to a new phase of life. We ask for your prayers for God’s guidance as Elder Wilson leads the process to elect a new president for the Division. [tedNEWS]


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Issue 785

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Message for the New Year

As this year comes to an end and a new year begins, we who work in the Trans-European Division (TED) Office want to wish you all a good new year filled with God’s grace. God, and his loving care for us, is the foundation for all that we hope for and he has made it known to us in Jesus Christ by his Holy Spirit... Read more


 

Introduction to the TED Theology of Ordination Study

In consultation with the chairman of the General Conference (GC) Theology of Ordination Study Committee (TOSC), the Trans-European Division (TED) herewith publishes its Study Report on Ordination: ‘The Mission of God through the Ministry of the Church: A Biblical Theology of Ordination – with Particular... Read more


 

Who is listening?

Hidden in the nobility of Leadership talk is the inconvenient reality that Leaders are supposed to influence others to achieve something! This is easy when demands suit our craving. However, when the object becomes onerous, when roles diverge, when the pace of progress is unacceptable, when egos clash... Read more

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