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.
God brought Upulilo Melemele through the pain of a broken heart and a broken body. He is now on a mission to bring the saving love of Jesus to his homeland of Tokelau—the last unreached country in the South Pacific Division.
It costs money to send missionaries and establish an Adventist presence in new areas around the world. But for the past 22 years Seventh-day Adventists have found an effective and efficient way of making disciples and planting new churches among unreached