Other Website Resources.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has developed numerous resources to assist Local Churches in carrying out their various ministries. On this page are listed several of the best sources of information.
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We have been providing funding options to KY-TN Churches, Schools, Groups
and Evangelism since 1966! Click on the Logo above for more information.
See what great things are available from your Adventist BookCenter -- books, tapes, CDs, videos. In some cases, you can read firstchapters before purchasing. Order on-line, or request the latestcatalog of all that is available to order by mail or phone.
Connecting Adventist students on non-church owned college and university campuses with the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities consists of fifteen accredited Adventist colleges and universities in North America. This site will help Adventist families learn more about all the Christian education options available to them.
Adventist Community Services is a national, humanitarian agency involved inrelief and community action programs. It is sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, but is separately incorporated as a public charity. It is involved in social services, inner-city programs, disaster response, health screening and education, tutoring programs for underprivileged children, emergency food programs, homeless shelters, community development and immigration and refugee services.
The Adventist News Network is the on-line news source forSeventh-day Adventists. Learn about the latest happenings in theSeventh-day Adventist Church in North America.
Adventist Development and Relief Agency International (ADRA),formed in 1984, is an independent, humanitarian agency established by theSeventh-day Adventist Church with the specific purpose of individual and community development and disaster relief. As a nongovernmental organization (NGO), ADRA helps people without regard to age, ethnicity, orpolitical or religious association. Learn about current ADRA projects and how you can help.
In print for more than 150 years, the Adventist Reviewis the flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Founded by James and Ellen White in 1849, the magazine is the one of the oldest religious publications in North America. The Review is published weekly. The OnlineEdition features selected articles and news from the magazine and also offers some web-only features, such as viewing past issues, sending email to theeditors, and finding out what's coming in future issues.
AdventSource is the North American Division's officialsource for Leadership Resources. Select a catalog for your special area of ministry. See what's new. Or just check out the latest bargains.
BibleInfo.com is a web site for anyone who wants to know more about the Bible, God's Word. You will find counsel, direction, encouragement and help -- all from the Bible! Topics are now available in a growing number of languages.
The Biblical Research Institute of the General Conference provides scholarly studies in written form on many biblical topics and analyses of the teachings of a number of independent groups.
Christian Record Services
Serving the blind and visually impaired since 1899, Christian Record Services is an international ministry which provides free positive, inspirational reading materials in large print, Braille, and audio tape. They are currently serving in over 70 countries of the world.
If you wouldlike to learn even more about the Bible, we invite you study the exciting DiscoverBible Guides, a series of 26 Bible lessons absolutely FREE online! You'll be able to use your own Bible with these guides to discover what theBible says on a variety of topics.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Indian Creek Camp --including this year's Summer Camp program -- is available on-line right here.
ItIs Written is a half-hour internationally syndicated weekly religious telecast produced at the Adventist Media Center in California.
The North American Division Evangelism Institute (NADEI) exists for the express purpose of training soul winners who will be channels of the Holy Spirit in winning men and women to Christ and His truth. . . . and to enable these soul winners to train others in this work.
Looking for ministry ideas and materials -- just have aquestion? Let Adventist PlusLine help! They specialize in networking people with ideas, events, and ministry tools.
Our Mission: The Hope of Jesus to Every Door
PROJECT: Steps to Christ, Inc. is a Seventh-day Adventist laymen's ministry instituted and designed to provide the opportunity for every home in America to have the gospel message delivered to their door.
The Adventist Volunteer Ministries Network is the official agency responsible for leadership and networking of volunteer outreach ministries in North America. This department also leads all young ministries and initiatives.
The information and resource website of Adventist Health System promoting a healthy body, mind and spirit.
Find information about current and future broadcasts, program schedules, Bible Guides, concerts, and news.
3ABN’s television ministry focuses on present programming that reaches people rightwhere they are hurting. 3ABN offers a variety of inspirational themes from the Bible.
Home Health Education Service
For more than 50 years Health Education Service (HHES) has been enriching families with the well known 10-volume set of The Bible Story. Home Health Education Service has a long history of distributing not only children's books, but also materials on the topics of family and education, health, and on spiritual matters.