The Sepik Mission is the Seventh-day Adventist administrative entity for the Sepik Region of mainland Papua New Guinea. Its headquarters are in Wewak, Papua New Guinea.
Sergipe Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission. Its headquarters is in Aracaju, the capital of the state of Sergipe, Brazil.
Bernard Eldred Seton was a minister, educator, departmental director, union president, division executive secretary, associate secretary of the General Conference and an author.
The Greater Sydney Conference in Australia has been committed to providing accommodation and care for senior citizens for more than 60 years.
The Church Manual describes the governance, operations, and functions of the local church. It covers organization, authority, the function of pastors and other church employees, how to organize or dissolve churches, how to become members, church discipline, the role of officers, church structure and departments, elections, services, and other meetings, including but not limited to the church board, finance, along with standards of Christian living, marriage, divorce, remarriage, and a list of fundamental beliefs. The current edition (voted in 2015 and published in 2016) presents all of this information in a 227 pages book.
During its two decades as an organization (1970-1989), the Seventh-day Adventist Church Musicians’ Guild (CMG) sought to foster understanding of the role of music in worship and advance informed interchange between musicians and pastors about critical issues involving music in the life of the church.
The Adventist Church has many development projects in the Agona community and its surrounding towns and villages in Ghana.
Singapore is a small, heavily urbanized, sovereign island city-state in Southeast Asia at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula between Malaysia and Indonesia.
The purpose of Seventh-day Adventist education in Australia is to develop in the faculty and students a Christian worldview that leads to lives that are committed to Christ and to the mission of the Church.
The Solomon Islands is an independent nation in the southwest—Pacific Ocean. According to its 2016 census, the country has a population of 635,000. The capital city is Honiara, situated on the largest island, Guadalcanal. Close to twelve percent of the population identify as Seventh-day Adventist.
Seventh-day Adventist Hospital and Motherless Babies’ Home, Aba was established in 1984. It is located in Ogbor Hill, Aba, Abia State, Nigeria, and is overseen by Eastern Nigeria Union Conference.
Since the arrival of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific, singing and musical expression were considered essential components of the worship experiences of its people.
Seventh-day Adventist Language School is a specialized language education institution that operates foreign language curriculums such as English, Chinese, and Japanese, and is a special missionary institution that expands the kingdom of God through educational work. The project, which began in 1969, has achieved remarkable growth over the past 50 years with the development of the Korean society, contributing greatly to the missionary expansion of the Korean Adventist Church.
The story of Adventist education at Hapur began with Milton M. Mattison and his wife Nora who arrived in India in 1912. By January 1917 they had settled in Hapur.
The Kokoka Track traverses the Owen Stanley Range, which run the length of Papua New Guinea and traditionally separate Papua from New Guinea.
The political upheavals in Burundi in 1965, 1972 and 1976 have impacted the history of the country as well as the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Burundi.
Seychelles Mission is a church administrative unit of the Indian Ocean Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Elsie Mary Fredrickson was a nurse and matron in Australian Sanitariums.
Arthur Shannon created the company “Grain Products” to manufacture Weet-Bix, the breakfast cereal, in the mid-1920s. Shannon was also a lay preacher.
Samuel Tambamane Shapa was a Zambian Seventh-day Adventist teacher, pastor and church administrator.