The Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists project is directed by and based at the General Conference Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research (ASTR), Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.
ESDA is a global church project which aims at completing approximately 8,500 articles with accompanying photographs, media, and original documents. ESDA is a great tool, not only for those seeking to learn more about the church, but also for those looking to witness to others.
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In order for Seventh-day Adventist churches and the thousands of Adventist institutions and entities to be clearly recognized worldwide, it is very important for them all to share the same visual branding and identity. This avoids confusion and helps facilitate quick identification. Click here for visual identity guidelines and official logo information.
The Church Manual describes the governance, operations and functions of local churches. Download the complete Church Manual Why does the Seventh-day Adventist Church have a Church Manual? God is a God of order as evidenced in His works of creation and redemption. Consequently, order belongs to the essence of His church. Order is achieved through…