Adventist Giving Announces Launch of Mobile App
Both Apple (iOS) and Android platforms supported with the new application.
For members of the Adventist Church in North America, giving tithes and offerings on digital platforms — especially smartphones — recently got much easier with the launch of the Adventist Giving mobile apps for both Apple (iOS) and Android devices. Members can search “Adventist Giving” in the respective application stores to find the apps.
This letter is written by Daniel R. Jackson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America, to all of the young people under 20 years of age who may be discouraged by the actions of the 2018 Annual Council. Jackson says, "I address the letter to Emma, a young woman, who is very discouraged in light of Sunday’s outcome. My letter is meant for her and for all the Emmas, Judys, Philips and Franks."
The Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet will headline the next Anna H. Wang Presidential Concert Series performance on the campus of Washington Adventist University on Saturday evening, Nov. 10, 2018. The Parker Quartet will also work with selected WAU students during a master class on at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11
A film produced by the North American Division Stewardship Department and One Mustard Seed seeks to teach parents and children on what it means to be a good steward. The Mysterious Note is available for churches to use Oct. 22-Feb. 22, 2019, as part of an evangelistic and/or fundraising campaign.
Types & Symbols, a creative studio that designs Adventist experiences, is partway through a Kickstarter campaign, launched Oct. 1, 2018, to fund The Conflict Beautiful, a new, beautifully-designed, hardcover edition of Ellen G. White’s Conflict of the Ages series. “We are thrilled to have finally launched this project,” said Mark Cook, project lead.
NAD Summit on Abuse Underscores Shared Accountability When Facing Cases in Adventist Churches, Schools, and Institutions
The NAD enditnow Summit on Abuse took place Sept. 24-25 at the division’s headquarters in Columbia, Md. The summit was organized to help equip pastors, teachers, volunteers, church staff, and members with the tools and knowledge to help end abuse within their scope of influence.
Tremendous! Impressive! Amazing! This is how volunteers, patients, and community members alike described the most recent Your Best Pathway to Health event, a three-day mega clinic held in Fort Worth, Texas, on Sept. 19-21, 2018. The eighth in a series of “Pathway to Health” community health clinics held in cities around the U.S. over the past five years, the Fort Worth event stands out as one of the most unique. And the 2,200 volunteers in Fort Worth made a difference in the lives of others as more than 6,800 patients received more than $25,000,000 in services provided.
The 2018 enditnow Summit on Abuse starts at 1 p.m. EDT today and will be live streamed on this site (the NAD website) as well as Facebook. Pastors, church leaders, educators, parents . . . are encouraged to watch.