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Southern Asia-Pacific Division


Southern-Asia Pacific Division

Comprised of 14 countries, 12 of which are part of the 10/40 window, Southern-Asia Pacific Division (SSD) is home to a number of the world's major belief systems: Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and non-religious. We respect the unique cultures and beliefs in our area while maintaining a steadfast focus on a joyous relationship with Jesus, the need for daily discipleship and the privilege of sharing the hope found in Christ with the hopeless.

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Adventist church schools in Singapore reach more than students

October 10, 2014 • By Romhelyn Gay Deles

Like all mothers, Wang Lihong, Lia Hai Ying and Wei Yan Li want their children to have the best future possible and for them the means to do that is through education. With their children, they left China over two years ago for an opportunity of an education in Singapore but they found much more than a textbook could supply.   Since they entered the country on a ‘companion pass’, they cannot be… Read more

Adventist Community Services Recognized by Singapore Government

September 23, 2014 • By Romhelyn Gay Deles

The Adventist Community Services (ACS) of the church in Singapore supports a nation that cares for the wellbeing of its citizens through an innovative, long-term health emphasis program. By definition, this program termed Pay It Forward is designed to “encourage individuals to be involved in the lives of our community, especially those that are experiencing exacting circumstances.”   Initiated by… Read more

Youth in the Southern Asia-Pacific region dedicate One year in Mission and compassion ministry

September 15, 2014 • By Romhelyn Gay Deles

Showing Heart   The heart-shaped hand gesture has been popular among young people across countries exposed to international media and entertainment. While a giant search engine company or a famous celebrity may claim patent over the famed gesture, it has taken a different meaning for a group of Christian youth who are making a difference in their… Read more

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