The Adventist church is growing by a million members a year worldwide. It’s become the eighth largest international religious body in the world.
A special partnership began on January 1, 1937, when wedding vows were exchanged between Lloyd and Gertrude Canaday. Other vows were taken that day also. Promises were made to never go to bed angry, to have both morning and evening worship, and to always remain faithful to their heavenly Father in tithes and offerings.
"Unless the Lord relinquishes me from my current obligation, I cannot move in another direction." This is the statement Rod made while considering an opportunity to engage in missionary work for a small church in Glasgow, Mont.
One day when he was 14, Glenn Walters decided that he did not want to clean cow barns for the rest of his life. That decision would affect the rest of his life and the lives of countless other people.
The North Pacific Union Conference is working to gain a broader understanding of abusive relationships among its membership in an effort to bring healing to Adventist families. Thirty churches have responded to the call to contribute to the “Strengthening Adventist Families” research ministry.
"There is a place of quiet rest, near to the heart of God."
Imagine a county fair-type event, attended by thousands of community friends and church members alike, where everything that happened focused on the Bible and Jesus Christ. Imagine these thousands enjoying fun activities and events all sponsored by the Adventist Church.