Tag: 125 years
From 9/11's brutal impact to confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the South Pacific, 2000-2005 were years of challenges. Amid global tragedies, the Church provided hope, innovative healthcare and community support.
Between 1995 and 2000, the Adventist Church worldwide was challenged in numerous ways surrounding its stance on moral issues, experiencing a reawakening and strengthening of moral integrity.
The Glacier View events sparked major debates on Desmond Ford's teachings, challenging Adventist beliefs and highlighting the need for clear communication and true understanding of the Bible.
The late 1950s was a crucial time in Pacific island missions and also marked the moment when rock'n'roll star "Little Richard" decided to leave his successful career for a spiritual calling.
In the early 1950s, the Seventh-day Adventist Church navigated the challenges of post-war mission work in the Pacific Islands. The expansion of Adventist communities during this period was marked by severe weather, geographic hurdles and unforgettable "romantic cruises under tropic skies."