Enhancing international acquisition within the Adventist network of education and to provide specifically designed educational opportunities for North American students wishing to study abroad.
Encouraging local congregations to give special attention to individuals with disabilities, including the development of programs for witnessing to people with disabilities and making our churches accessible to all.
Providing opportunity for students to accept Christ as their Savior, to allow the Holy Spirit to transform their lives, and to fulfill the commission of preaching the gospel to all the world.
Relationship-building to engage Adventist members with their communities, create awareness of the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and raise funds for the support of Seventh-day Adventist compassionate ministries in North America and the world.
Making disciples of all people, communicating the everlasting gospel in the context of the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14:6–12, leading them to accept Jesus as personal Savior and unite with His remnant Church, discipling them to serve Him as Lord and preparing them for His soon return.
Serving the Adventist Church in the North American Division as the primary source for fundraising information and assistance through training, consulting, informational resources, on-site visits, and personal contact for the purpose of assisting organizations in acquiring funds to fulfill their missions.
Spiritually strengthening and supporting every ministry, pastor, and administrator at every level of the church by fusing the three fundamental elements of mission—prayer, Bible study, and ministry
Proclaiming and defending the God-given gift of religious freedom which is integral to our prophetic role as Seventh-day Adventists® and primary evangelistic efforts.
Providing opportunities for participants to secure retirement benefits by tracking employment, providing planning opportunities, encouraging savings, processing and granting benefits, and speaking on behalf of retirees.
Providing resources for those seeking information pertaining to Seventh-day Adventist North American Division history, official documents, and statistics. Providing record management and archival services for the proper arrangement, storage, and preservation of the records produced throughout the denomination’s headquarters.
Helping ministries, conferences, unions, and the divisions better understand, connect with, and provide relevant cost effective initiatives and services to church members through social media outreach and big data analytics, and give voices to member needs and thoughts.
Providing churches with software tools for membership and church management. Providing administrators and leaders with data trends and insights to facilitate church vitality and evangelism.
The Adventist Book Center (ABC) carries the full line of Pacific Press and Review & Herald products, Bibles, Sabbath School supplies, children’s materials, music, devotional materials, and more.
AIM is located on the campus of Andrews University and employs Christian students as Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) caring for contacts. Seminarians, studying to be ministers of the gospel, function as chaplains offering spiritual care.
The Pacific Press® Publishing Association's 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.