Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Articles for inspiration, counsel, and caution.
Mission work must never be regarded as a career. The incentive of the true missionary is never to build up a reputation, but his one ambition is to save lost men and women from eternal death.
To every human being in the world, no matter how sinful or degraded, is to be brought the glad tidings of salvation, the message of reconciliation.
The church of Christ today stands in the same relationship to the great gospel commission as did the apostle to the Gentiles. We also are debtors to every nation which is in need of the gospel.
What are the methods that must be employed for the finishing of our task?
The watchword of the recent General Conference session was "the finishing of the work under the power of the Holy Spirit."
Extracts from a statement made at the General Conference Officers' meeting held in Battle Creek, Michigan, just prior to the 1941 Autumn Council.
A resolution on Evangelistic councils.
Visualizing the progress of our work around the world.
An authoritative guide now provided for examination of all baptismal candidates