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United for Mission: One Hundred and Fifty Years

United for Mission: One Hundred and Fifty Years

From Great Disappointment to General Conference The Millerites firmly believed that Jesus Christ's "second advent" (His second coming to earth) would occur on October 22, 1844. When His second...

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Ironically, early Adventists were reluctant missionaries

Ironically, early Adventists were reluctant missionaries

Though John Nevins Andrews is rightfully credited as the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s first foreign missionary, the preaching of the Adventist message in Europe actually preceded his 1874 arrival...

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Adventist denomination emerged amid debate over church structure

Adventist denomination emerged amid debate over church structure

A decade after the Great Disappointment, the fledgling Advent movement was at another crossroads. But where 1844 had jarred the movement’s doctrinal core, this crisis saw leaders debating more...

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Publishing work was central to early Adventist Church

Publishing work was central to early Adventist Church

In July of 1849, James White packed copies of “The Present Truth” into a borrowed carpetbag and trekked eight miles to the post office in Middletown, Connecticut, United States. He was taking the...

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Seventh-day Adventist Church emerged from religious fervor of 19th Century

Seventh-day Adventist Church emerged from religious fervor of 19th Century

When Baptist preacher William Miller said Jesus was coming back on October 22, 1844, many Americans weren’t just surprised that he had set a date. The notion that Christ was literally returning was...

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Seventh-day Adventist beliefs are meant to permeate your whole life. Growing out of scriptures that paint a compelling portrait of God, you are invited to explore, experience and know the One who desires to make us whole.

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