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Statement of Harmony

This document is for churches to vote on and sign to remaining in harmony with the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Already churches are signing...
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Affirmation Sabbath — Christ is Coming Soon

Join us on February 16, 2019 for our next Affirmation Sabbath!

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World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) is a gathering, organized by lay members, to affirm the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a world church and for fellowship, encouragement, and education.

 

Mission Statement

Our statement defining our purpose and where we stand.

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Principles of Actions

The principles we are seeking to encourage, teach, and affirm.

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Lee Roy Holmes

There is good reason to believe that the plan of salvation is the greatest evidence of the wisdom of God in the history of the universe. Who can fully appreciate ...

Daniel McGrath

When the 2015 General Conference (GC) session in San Antonio voted not to allow divisions to ordain women in their territory, it created a challenge within the church. Some church ...

Linda Brehm

Holy boldness: where is it in God’s church?  Do you see it there?  You can’t have Christ without being bold.  That may sound rather radical, but let me explain.

Acts ...

Kent Knight

Principle #5:  Participants are active and responsible members in their local congregation.

What comes to your mind when you think of your local church?  Whatever the particulars, it is ...

Holly Joers

I loathe much of the news concerning my Seventh-day Adventist Church.  The unilateral actions, the bold rebellion and rhetoric, the proud reports of progressive independence from voted church policy, are ...

Kent Knight

Principle #4: Participants learn Protestant biblical interpretation—the historical-grammatical method.

Imagine no “hot potato” issues in the Seventh-day Adventist Church to wreak havoc and disunity.  In this brief consideration of Protestant ...