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How Adventist Help is serving the refugees in the Oinofyta Refugee camp

A group of volunteer doctors in the Oinofyta Refugee camp in Greece serve the needs of those who flee war-torn countries, such as Afghanistan. The doctors are part of an organization called Adventist Help, which has served in the Oinofyta camp since April and operates a mobile medical clinic.

See what it means to volunteer in the camp and how it changes the lives of everyone involved.

www.adventist.org | Produced by the Communication Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church

Filmed: Melina Frommann | Edited: Emily Mastrapa

Thank you to Adventist Help, John and Paulina Burgess, Lara Žestić, Theodore Dimitriou, Tamim and all the doctors, volunteers and refugees in the Oinofyta Refugee Camp.

How Michael Von Hörsten is serving God as a doctor

Michael Von Hörsten is an Adventist doctor who has followed God’s call to serve those in the most critical of need. Through his work with Adventist Help, a supporting medical ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Dr. Von Hörsten works on the front line of the refugee crises in Lesbos Greece. He heals, encourages and loves thousands of refugees as they seek medical care in the Adventist Help bus. 

See his inspiring story and the life changing work Adventist Help and their team of volunteers are doing every day in Greece. 

www.Adventist.org | Produced by the Communication Department of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church.

Filmed: Walter Ferreira, sidMedia | Edited: Emily Mastrapa

Thank you to Michael Von Hörsten, Adventist World Radio, Adventist Help and sidMedia.

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