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Desi Natalia Ango

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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Education and English student Desi Natalia Ango, 21, sitting in a hall on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As student missionaries to a remote Indonesian village, she and a friend often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
  • Desi Natalia Ango IMG_0937
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Education and English student Desi Natalia Ango, 21, sitting in a hall on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As student missionaries to a remote Indonesian village, she and a friend often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
  • Desi Natalia Ango IMG_0946
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Education and English student Desi Natalia Ango, 21, sitting in a hall on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As student missionaries to a remote Indonesian village, she and a friend often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
  • Desi Natalia Ango IMG_0949
    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Education and English student Desi Natalia Ango, 21, sitting in a hall on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As student missionaries to a remote Indonesian village, she and a friend often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Education and English student Desi Natalia Ango, 21, sitting in a hall on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. As student missionaries to a remote Indonesian village, she and a friend often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Flowers growing on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A view of the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A view of the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A view of the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A mosque stands just outside the fence of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university, in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A house on the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Foreign missionaries once lived in this house and several similar houses located on the edge of the campus.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    The road between Manado, a major city, and Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi, on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    Durian fruit being sold from the back of a pickup truck in Manado, a major city located north of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A view of the campus of Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, during rain showers.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A special Indonesian treat: raw coconut meat with palm sugar.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    A typical meal served at the cafeteria at Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. The food is all vegetarian and includes gluten sticks.
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    Andrew McChesney / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    The cafeteria at Klabat University, a Seventh-day Adventist university in Airmadidi on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. The space sometimes is used for worship services.
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    Adventist Mission
    A print-ready .png file of the Southern Asia-Pacific Division map for fourth quarter 2018, with the Thirteenth Sabbath projects. Download the related youth and adult Mission magazine at the link: https://am.adventistmission.org/mq-adult Download the related Children's Mission magazine at the link: https://am.adventistmission.org/mq-children
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    Adventist Mission
    Color this picture and paste it on a tin can to create a Sabbath School mission offering bank for fourth quarter 2018. Read the mission story at the link: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqc18q4-5821 Watch the mission story at the link: https://youtu.be/YMLtVfO7QhM?list=PLj_FP-RY_F__-l1BBZtdrmivYmACHM-pI Find each quarter’s printable mission bank for kids (as a PDF) and an instructional video at the link: adventistmission.org/offering-bank This is a .png file.
  • mqa4th-quarter-2018
    Adventist Mission
    mission stories
    PDF of the youth and adult Mission magazine for fourth quarter 2018 with 13 stories.
  • mqc4th-quarter-2018
    Adventist Mission
    mission stories
    PDF of the Children's Mission magazine for fourth quarter 2018 with 13 stories.
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    Desi Natalia Ango / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Student missionary Desi Natalia Ango helping farmers in a field in Limbong in the south of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. She and a fellow student missionary wore traditional farm clothing to work, and they won the confidence of the villagers helping in their fields and treating ill relatives. The two student missionaries often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Editor's note: This is the highest-resolution photo available. Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
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    Desi Natalia Ango / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Student missionary Desi Natalia Ango helping farmers in a field in Limbong in the south of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. She and a fellow student missionary wore traditional farm clothing to work, and they won the confidence of the villagers helping in their fields and treating ill relatives. The two student missionaries often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Editor's note: This is the higest-resolution photo available. Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
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    Desi Natalia Ango / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Student missionary Desi Natalia Ango had to hike eight hours by foot to reach her mission post in Limbong in the south of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. If she wanted to use her cell phone, she had two hike another hour up the mountain to get cell-phone reception. Desi and another student missionary often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Editor's note: This is the highest-resolution photo available. Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349
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    Desi Natalia Ango / Adventist Mission / ADAMS
    mission stories
    Student missionary Desi Natalia Ango had to hike eight hours by foot to reach her mission post in Limbong in the south of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. If she wanted to use her cell phone, she had two hike another hour up the mountain to get cell-phone reception. Desi and another student missionary often visited a villager named Mama Wandi. Other villagers began to ask her about God when Mama Wandi declared, “These missionaries are not ordinary people. I have been poisoning their food for two weeks, and they never get sick!” Editor's note: This is the highest-resolution photo available. Story: https://am.adventistmission.org/mqa18q4-5349