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1000 Missionary Movement - A global mission project to challenge Adventist youths to give one year to the Lord in the mission field as volunteer missionaries
Adventist Amateur Radio Association - (AARA) A membership of Ham Radio operators throughout the world that belong to the Seventh-day Adventist church. The AARA runs several nets throughout the week at various times for fellowship and information
Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM) - An Adventist Christian lay ministry dedicated to establishing church-planting movements among people groups with no Adventist presence.
Adventist Heritage Ministries (AHM) - An educational and evangelistic corporation organized in 1981 to assist in preserving the heritage of the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the purchase, restoration, and, where appropriate, replication of properties significant to the denomination's founding and development.
Adventist Health - Management corporation for 20 Seventh-day Adventist hospitals in the western United States.
Adventist Health System- Management corporation for 37 Seventh-day Adventist health care institutions in 10 states.
Adventist Information Ministry - An evangelistic call center and satellite support department sponsored by the North American Division to assist Media Ministries and local church outreach endeavors.
Adventist Online Forum -
Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) -
Adventist PlusLine -
Adventist Regeneration Ministries- A Christ-Centered 12 Step Recovery Program for Addictions. Developed by the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the leadership and direction of Hal Gates, an attorney and recovering alcoholic, Regeneration's purpose is to help those who recognize their need for recovery from any and all addictions through Jesus Christ, the Highest Power. It is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems, by the grace of God, and to help others to recover from addictions and the dysfunctions connected with them.
Adventist Southeast Asia Projects (ASAP) - A supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, dedicated to spreading the gospel in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar and among resettled Southeast Asians in North America. ASAP trains, supports, and empowers its Southeast Asian neighbors by enabling them to use Christ's compassionate method of sharing the gospel: caring for urgent physical needs while introducing people to the love of the Savior and His plan for their redemption.
Adventist World Aviation -
AdventSource - A non-profit resource center for local church leaders in North America and around the world. AdventSource is a member of the Church Resource Consortium and partners with other member organizations to develop, produce and market targeted leadership resources in a wide range of ministries.
Amazing Facts -
Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities, Inc. - Includes information about the 14 Seventh-day Adventist colleges and universities located in the United States and Canada.
Association of Adventist Women -
Bible Study Institute -
Blue Mountain Television -
Christian Family Adoptions - Christian Family Adoptions (CFA) has facilitated the complex process of adoption since 1958. Licensed in Oregon and Washington, CFA has successfully placed hundreds of children with caring and loving families.CFA also facilitates infant adoptions from any state.
Christian Record Services -
Christian Record Services/Canada -
Center for Creative Ministry -
Chapel Music -
Freedom's Ring - Web site of the Seventh-day Adventist Church State Council. The Seventh-day Adventist Church State Council and the North American Religious Liberty Association-West (NARLA-West) exist to ensure that all peaceful people of faith are accorded our fundamental right to not only hold our beliefs but to actively practice our faith.
Global Evangelism (now called ShareHim) -
Hancock Center for Youth and Family Ministries -
Hart Research Center - Resource center for evangelism materials, Bible study materials, religious art, books and seminars
InMinistry Center - The InMinistry Center, located at the Seventh-day Adventist Seminary at Andrews University, offers twice-annual classes in nearly every NAD union. You can begin an MDiv or complete an MA while remaining in your current ministry. Seminary professors and practicing pastors conduct the ministry-embedded courses. Directed by Walt Williams, it serves NAD English-speaking pastors and stellar lay-leaders who desire further ministerial training.
Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies -
Institute of Church Ministry -
International Children's Care -
Kids in Discipleship - Kids In Discipleship (KIDS) believes well-trained parents make the most effective spiritual mentors for their children. KIDS' 32-week Bible study program will firmly root young Adventists in the church and help keep them there during their teenage and young adult years. The program begins with a 12-week study on equipping parents to grow as disciples and as disciple-makers of their children. The parents and other mentors then lead their children through a 32-week Bible study with other families.
Loma Linda Broadcasting Network -
Maranatha Volunteers International -
NADEI - The North American Division Evangelism Institute educates, equips and empowers for evangelistic ministry.
Oxygen Multimedia Ministries -
Pacific Press Publishing Association - The Pacific Press® Publishing Association, established in 1874, is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its sole purpose is to uplift Jesus Christ in communicating biblical teachings, health principles, and family values—in many languages—through various types of printed materials, video products, and recordings of Christian music. Watch a video about Pacific Press.
Quiet Hour Television -
Regeneration SDAXA Ministries - (See Adventist Regeneration Ministries, above)
Review and Herald Publishing Association - The Review and Herald lays claim to being the oldest Seventh-day Adventist institution. The publishing work was started by James White, in 1849, after his wife, Ellen, came to him with a word from God: "You must begin to print a little paper," she said, "and send it out to the people. Let it be small at first; but as the people read, they will send you means with which to print, and it will be a success from the first." From this small beginning, she said, the work would become "like streams of light that went clear round the world." Today the Review serves a global church, printing Bibles for Romania, magazines for Russia, health brochures for Africa, and much more. The gospel message comes off the presses and truly does encircle the world like streams of light.
Safe TV -
Seminars Unlimited -
Seventh-day Adventist Dietetic Association (SDADA -
ShareHim - An evangelistic ministry of the Carolina Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, to give people in the economically developed world where the church is not growing as it should be, training and an opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in their communities and in other parts of the world, so they can experience God using them as they preach the Word.
Weimar Center of Health and Education - Located at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains outside Sacramento, California, the 457-acre Weimar Center of Health & Education offers innovative health care and faith-based high school and collegiate education programs — all within a Christian environment that promotes fellowship, spiritual growth, and a biblically based lifestyle. Weimar Center is home to the world famous NEWSTART Lifestyle Program which has helped thousands regain health and wellness naturally.