Thousands of Seventh-day Adventists heard a clarion call for holiness and dedication to the movement’s core message on Sabbath morning, January 4, as the annual “Generation. Youth. Christ.” event reached its zenith in Orlando, Florida.
Seventh-day Adventist Church President Ted Wilson today released a State of the Church address in which he updated the denomination on its mission and membership growth and highlighted concerns, including lack of involvement and disunity.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific has unanimously affirmed a report from its Biblical Research Committee that “does not see any scriptural principle which would be an impediment to women being ordained”.
Seventh-day Adventist youth leaders say a recent meeting shed light on their working relationship with supporting ministries, which, for years, in some cases was marked by misunderstandings and a measure of tension.
In a replica of the meeting house where Seventh-day Adventist Church pioneer and prophet Ellen White once spoke for 10 hours on the Great Controversy, world church leaders met Friday (April 12) to commemorate the Church’s 150th anniversary.
Speaking during Sabbath morning worship of the 2012 Annual Council, president Ted Wilson implored world church leaders to focus their evangelism efforts on health ministry, while also urging them to remain united during difficult times.