Fede-Info October 2021

The first Fede-Info appeared in 1984. Coincidentally, this hundredth issue coincides with the centenary of our Federation. You will therefore find a number of articles related to this anniversary. The editorial by Jeroen Tuinstra, entitled ‘A new beginning’, will give you an opportunity to reflect on how we see the future of our church. And indeed, activities are starting up again, as is the case with the youth department, which organised several activities this summer, or with a new group that has been officially recognised in Grammont. Unfortunately, the word departure will also echo the death of two colleagues to whom we pay tribute. Of course, last summer was marked by the floods in Belgium and you can read about how ADRA was involved in helping the victims. Also, the words ‘departure and new’ will be doubly relevant to the changes in the pastoral corps. Finally, you will find some articles by our treasurer, Christian Sabot. Happy reading and a good new start!

Fede-Info October 2021 – Dutch Edition

Fede-Info October 2021 – French Edition

Union is looking for office secretary

The Franco-Belgian Union is looking for a multi-skilled office secretary, on a permanent, full-time contract, to take up the post on 1 January 2022. The Franco-Belgian Union is based in Dammarie-les-Lys, France, and is the coordinating body of the Conferences of Adventist churches in Belgium, France and Luxembourg. As a…

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Message Ted Wilson in response to flooding

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Germany and Belgium, On behalf of your world family of Seventh-day Adventists, I share our greetings in the Lord, our concern, and our prayers, for each of you, our members in specific sections of western Germany and Belgium, and members throughout both countries, who experienced…

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Passing away of Hans Jongkind

On Sunday 6 June Hans Jongkind passed away. After bravely fighting the complications of a major operation, he passed away peacefully. In the past year, Hans had already had to say farewell to his wife Henny, who did not survive a brain tumor. Hans is survived by his two children…

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