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ASI: Steht für "Adventist laymen's Services and Industries" und ist eine Organisation adventistischer selbstunterhaltender Institutionen, Unternehmen und Geschäftsleute. Mitglieder sind siebenten-Tags-adventistische Frauen und Männer, die mit ihren Unternehmen, Praxen, Kanzleien, Institutionen und Programmen die Verkündigung des Evangeliums und speziell der Adventbotschaft unterstützen.

Unser Motto: "Christus auf dem Marktplatz des Lebens bezeugen"

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ASI - Die Organisation siebenten-Tags-adventistischer Unternehmer, Ärzte, Rechtsanwälte, Steuerberater, Unternehmensberater etc. und Betreiber von Gesundheits-, Bildungs, Missions-, und Sozialeinrichtungen oder -programmen - hat sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, solche Projekte und Programme zu initiieren, die den Geist Christi reflektieren und Zeugnis von Christus auf dem "Marktplatz des Lebens" zum Inhalt haben sowie die weltweite Mission der Freikirche der Siebenten-Tags-Adventisten unterstützen. Ein weiteres Ziel ist die Förderung der christlichen Verbundenheit und der Erfahrungsaustausch unter den Mitgliedern.

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ASI und deren Mitglieder zeichnen sich aus durch ihre unbestechliche Ehrlichkeit im Geschäftsleben, ihre Unterstützung der verschiedensten Aktivitäten der Gemeinde, ihre positive Haltung gegenüber der Leitung der Freikirche sowie ihre verantwortungsvollen Reaktionen auf die Bedürfnisse anderer. ASI-Mitglieder stellen bei ihrer Arbeit Jesus Christus in den Mittelpunkt und bekennen sich auf dem "Marktplatz des Lebens" zu ihm.

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  • Li Learns to Listen
    Xianhua Li had a good life. She had a noble, stable job working as a kindergarten English and Chinese teacher. She was earning good money, had a nice house, and had many life goals. She soon realized, however, that life was so boring and hopeless. She had a relationship with God, but it wasn’t her main focus in [...]
  • Heritage Academy aids Hurricane Irma Disaster Relief
    This year has been a very active hurricane season. There have been three category five storms so far. Following Hurricane Harvey, the disaster response team of Heritage Academy considered traveling to Houston to respond, but as Irma loomed in the Atlantic, it seemed that the group should respond to Florida instead. Daily, the team monitored [...]
  • Logos TV
    ADVENTIST NATIONAL TV CHANNEL Logos TV  broadcasts already on a national freeview network, covering more than forty million people across the territory of Spain. In addition, Logos TV can be watched for free via the Hispasat satellite, the favourite satellite of the Spanish speaking residents in Europe and Northern Africa (see configuration data on the [...]

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  • Vatuvonu Adventist High School case heads to the appeals court
    The long-running case between the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Fiji and the Fijian Government over Vatuvonu Adventist High School returns to court today (February 14). The case will be heard by three judges in the Fiji Court of Appeal after the government launched an appeal against the judgement handed down by the High Court of Fiji on November 22, 2019. In its judgement, the High Court rejected an application by the Ministry of Education to take over management and control of Vatuvonu...
  • : In Puerto Rico, Adventist schools offer free enrollment in the aftermath of earthquakes
    In the aftermath of a series of earthquakes, which have forced more than 800 public schools to close, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Puerto Rico is offering free enrollment to its church-operated schools across the island. “We are not sure when schools across the island will open again and we understand that it is important that students complete their school-year, so we are more than happy to offer free enrollment to our primary and secondary schools which have classroom space available,”...
  • Ted Wilson touts Total Member Involvement to Malawi’s president
    If anyone in Malawi had never heard of Total Member Involvement, there was a good chance that they had learned about the Seventh-day Adventist initiative by the end of a whirlwind visit by church president Ted N.C. Wilson. Wilson emphasized Total Member Involvement, or TMI, at a meeting with Malawi’s president, during talks with the mayor of Malawi’s national capital, and in a Sabbath sermon attended 40,000 people in the country’s largest stadium.  Thousands more Malawians heard about the...