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Sabbath, February 15, 2020

Join us for our next World Church Affirmation Sabbath when we will affirm the vital role of the Spirit of Prophecy in our church and personal lives.

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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.

 

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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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Holly Joers

I was so gratified, after numerous General Conference Annual Council pre- and post-meeting discussions, documents and statements regarding non-compliance, unity and harmony, to find a document of a different flavor ...

Ben Trujillo

Do you and I as individual Seventh-day Adventist Church members have a responsibility to protect the Church and help maintain standards and goals? When we joined the Church, we ...

Lee Roy Holmes

“Cry aloud, spare not; lift up your voice like a trumpet; tell My people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins” (Isaiah 58:1).
 

 Many conscientious church members ...

Janet Lundeen Neumann

In March, World Church Affirmation Sabbath Planning Committee members met twice with Upper Columbia Conference Administrators. The first meeting was small; the second included 25+ WCAS supporters. These were positive, ...

Eiji Minami

Some of you may have already noticed that WCAS Mission Statement has been recently revised.  Below is our updated Mission Statement. The first paragraph was revised, and supporting Scripture and ...

Lee Roy Holmes

Following a sermon in which Laodicea and Laodiceans received a sound thrashing, a friend of mine said to the speaker, “I’m sure glad I’m a Laodicean!” The speaker was aghast. ...