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Harmony with the world Church

A look at the background behind the voted compliance document.

Adventist leaders face challenge of urban mission

"Mission is no longer just about crossing jungles and oceans. It’s about crossing the street. God is using the urbanisation of the world to fulfil His mission." —Dr Kleber Goncalves

Record growth for Adventist Church in 2015

An all-time record 1.26 million people joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 2015, according to the Church’s “2016 Annual Statistical Report”.

Adventist encyclopedia going digital

Spies are in. Subcultures are out. And cosmetics and dance belong together in a single article titled “Lifestyle.”

Changes and challenges in membership stats

Worldwide demographics for the Adventist Church are changing, with 92 per cent of membership (16.9 million out of 18.8 million) now in the so-called global south, according to a report from the Annual Council of the General Conference.

Church accounts for lost members

The Seventh-day Adventist world Church is growing steadily. But while membership jumped 1.6 per cent in a recent six-month period, potential growth continues to suffer because of substantial membership loss over the past 50 years.

Your guide to the GC session agenda

The 60th General Conference session will offer several firsts: electronic voting, a mobile app called GC Session 2015, an electronic agenda for delegates, and, most crucially for the rest of us, an opportunity to review the agenda in advance.

Church to release all-new encyclopaedia

Church leaders have approved a completely new, Internet-centered encyclopaedia to replace the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopaedia, first published in 1966.

Adventists planting churches at record rate

Seventh-day Adventist churches are springing up around the world at the fastest rate in the denomination’s 152-year history, with a new building opening its doors to worshippers every 3.58 hours, according to newly released figures.

Edits made to Fundamental Beliefs

A policy body of the Seventh-day Adventist Church on Monday voted to adjust the language of a key fundamental belief to emphasise that creation was a “recent” event that took place during “six literal days”.
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