The first General Conference session for the Adventist Church was held in 1863. Twenty delegates, all men, representing five conferences from the Northeast and Midwest, met for for just three days — and then kicked off an evangelistic campaign. Today, with 18 million members around the globe, the logistics of steering the work of the church is far more complex. Watch this online video from David Trim, world church historian, on the unique history of this important global church business meeting.
Got a bad habit you need to break? Heather Quintana, Vibrant Life editor, explains how 20 seconds may be all that stands between you and improving your life. Watch this short video and learn how kick those old habits and start some new ones for the new year!