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​Rede Novo Tempo de Comunicação (Adventist Media Center–Brazil) is a media conglomerate of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in South America, which produces and broadcasts religious content in Portuguese and Spanish.

The first immigrants reached by the young Advent movement in North America were French, German, and Norwegian-speaking persons in the mid-west and Canada in 1857. More recently, in June 2009 the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists created Adventist Refugee and Immigrant Ministries (ARIM) that specifically focuses on coordinating and directing the work of more than eighteen language-specific refugee and immigrant groups in North America. Beyond the organized institutions of the Seventh-day Adventist church, two independent ministries have taken active roles in refugee ministry: Adventist Frontier Missions and ASAP Ministries (Advocates for Southeast Asians and the Persecuted).

The mission carried by women in Kenya dates back to when the Adventist church was established in Kenya in 1906. Missionary women performed important ministerial work, which included educating the African women on contemporary aspects of living. They trained the African women on such important issues as home care, general hygiene, child care, home nursing, caregiving for the elderly, among others.

The Voice of Hope, known as Ashar Bani in the Bangla language, is produced in a studio that the Adventist World Radio had set up for the Bangladesh Union Mission on May 18, 1992. The first Bangla program by Pastor D. P. Rema was on the air on March 23, 1993.

ASI Korea (aka, Pyungsindo Silupinhyuphoe) is an association consisting of private industrialists and professionals among Korean Adventists. It was organized in 1986 to support the missionary work of the Adventist Church in alliance with the Korean Union Conference (KUC).

​The Brazil Ellen G. White Research Center is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church overseen by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated, which is headquartered in the city of Silver Spring, Maryland, United States.

​The Missão Calebe (Caleb Mission Project) is an evangelistic program of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South American Division. Its goal is to involve young Adventists in voluntary service and evangelism. Those who participate in the Caleb Mission Project are commonly called “Calebs,” and can be recognized by their shirts and backpacks with the project’s name and logo.

Camp Maranatha is the property of Upper Magdalena Conference in Municipio Cachipay, Cundinamarca, which is 70 kilometers from Bogotá. It hosts many events that the Church in Colombia organizes.

The first attempt to preach the gospel in Bogotá occurred at the end of the 1890s, when the self-supporting missionary, Frank C. Kelly, arrived in Colombia. He traveled to Bogotá intending to establish Adventism and worked as a photographer and English teacher. He had to return to his country because his wife fell ill, and there was no one to continue the work he had begun.

​Cali is among the oldest cities in Colombia and of South America. The “Central Seventh-day Adventist Church” in Cali is the first Seventh-day Adventist church in Colombia.

Christian Services for the Blind and Hearing Impaired (CSFBHI) is a service of the South Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

​Crosslands Youth and Convention Centre is owned and operated by the Greater Sydney Conference, Australia. It is located in the Berowra National Park, approximately 29 miles (46 kilometers) from the center of the city of Sydney, and provides a variety of accommodation options for families and groups to enjoy this unique pristine bushland environment. It is named acknowledging the first European settler in the area: Burton Crossland.

The Danish Bible Correspondence School opened in Copenhagen in 1947 to reach a wider section of the Danish people.

The Ellen G. White Study Center of Parana Adventist College is a certified center dedicated to studying the Ellen G. White’s literary legacy and the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the south of Brazil. The institution is located in the mission field of the South Brazil Union Conference, and it is overseen by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated and by the Spirit of Prophecy Department of the South American Division.

Esda Sales and Service (Esda) was an agency of the South Pacific Division under the auspices of its treasury department located in New South Wales, Australia. Initially its office was situated in Hardy’s Chambers, 5 Hunter Street, Sydney. Subsequently, its operations moved to the Division Services Building at 83 Hunter Street, Hornsby, on the northern edge of metropolitan Sydney and close to the South Pacific Division headquarters. Esda Sales and Service was discontinued at the end of 1988. Many of its functions were transferred to the South Pacific Division under what was known as "Central Supplies."

​Faith for Today, a television ministry sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, became the first national religious telecast in North America within a few months of its first broadcast in New York City in 1950.1 Instead of making preaching its central feature, the ministry has for more than 70 years offered programming in a variety of formats intended to draw viewers to the gospel message by showing how it connects with contemporary issues.

The Geoscience Research Institute (GRI) serves the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, by studying the relationship between current science and the biblical record of creation. First established at Andrews University during July 1958 as the “Committee on Teaching Paleontology and Geology,” it became known as the Geoscience Research Institute by 1962. In 1980 GRI moved to Loma Linda University (LLU), where it now occupies its own building.

Born out of the strategic initiative voted at the 1990 General Conference Session, Global Mission’s purpose is to call the world church to focus on the challenge of the unreached and to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ by planting churches and starting new groups of believers among unreached people groups around the world.

​HisHands Mission Movement is one of the mission initiatives of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division to help involve church members with the mission work in their home country.

Home Health Education Service (HHES)-Southern Tanzania Union Mission is a non-profit, self-supporting, unincorporated institution of the mission. Founded, maintained, and managed by Southern Tanzania Union Mission, HHES has its headquarters in Morogoro Municipality.