When Jesus Ended It
This sermon by Pastor Anthony Kent is an original resource for the Enditnow: Adventists Say No to Violence initiative of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, written and presented for August 22, 2020, Enditnow Emphasis Day. Pastor Kent demonstrates from the biblical narrative of the bent-over woman, whom Jesus healed on Sabbath at synagogue (Luke 13:10-17), that the woman suffered religious abuse by the synagogue ruler and his supporters. More at https://women.adventist.org/enditnow-day.
End it Now - Pr Nasoni Lutunaliwa
#August22 #EnditNow2020 #EndDomesticViolence #1in4Women The prevalence of domestic violence is of great alarm. In Australia with a population of 25 million, 1 in 4 women will experience violent abuse from an intimate partner. Among indigenous women in Australia the prevalence is 60% and in the Pacific Islands the prevalence is over 70%. While christian churches may be reluctant to engage with the subject of domestic violence, the sad fact is that the rates of domestic violence in christian church attending families are much the same as in society at large. if christian leaders are to lead the opposition to domestic violence, they must embrace the notion that using the selected texts to endorse male privilege does not reflect the ideal of what God intended for human relationships. END IT NOW !
#TEDWILSONWEEKLY #ADVENTISTCHURCH #TEDWILSON Pr Wilson: Reaching People for God Through the Power of the Bible
In this video, Pastor Ted Wilson will share some amazing ways that you can reach people for God! Let your light shine for Him! May God use you today, and in the coming days, to reach as many as possible for Him—reflecting His love and care and sharing the good news that He is coming very, very soon!
Is the Seventh-day Adventist Church's strategic focus relevant to members? Learn about I Will Go!
The I Will Go strategic plan is rooted in the Great Commission found in Matthew 28, which calls Jesus’ followers to go and make disciples of all nations.
Family togetherness Week (Sept 6-12)
Family togetherness Week (Sept 6-12) is the perfect event to help your church family stay connected. We invite you to visit our website to learn more. For resources, download our Planbook 2020, which contains sermons, seminars, and more! ➡️ https://family.adventist.org/resources/family-togetherness-week-2020/ #Planbook2020 #FamilyTogethernessWeek #AdventistFamilies #MissionToTheCities #AdventistMissions #AdventistsChurch #StrongMarriages #StrongFamilies #StrongRelationships #StrongChurches
Who Are Seventh-day Adventists
Did you recently meet an Adventist? Maybe you saw an ad for an event at a local Adventist church, or drove by one of the denomination’s schools or hospitals. You may have just heard the word “Adventist” somewhere and want to find more about what it means. Seventh-day Adventists are a global family of Christians who hold the Bible as the ultimate authority. There are, however, a few distinguishing characteristics that set them apart from many other Christian denominations.
Pr Ted Wilson's message to all Seventh-day Adventists during the COVID-19 Crisis
Ted Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church urges all Adventist members to be awaken at this time to pray for the sick and those that lost loved ones. This crisis is part of the end time events and should motivate us to read the Bible.
Study the WORD
As Seventh-day Adventists, our promise is to help our friends understand the Bible to find freedom, healing and hope in Jesus. If you would like to experience this kind of a relationship with Jesus, we invite you to pick one of the following Bible studies to get started. We can't wait to study with you!
Mission to the Cities
The Mission to the Cities initiative is part of "Reach the World," the 2015-2020 strategic plan voted by the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Mission to the Cities operates under the Global Mission Urban Center in partnership with the Global Mission Centers and Adventist Mission.