North American Division
The Seventh-day Adventist® Church was born out of the Millerite movement of the 1840s when thousands of Christians searched for greater understanding of biblical prophecy. Among these believers was a group in New England that rediscovered the seventh-day Sabbath. They chose the name "Seventh-day" which refers to the biblical Sabbath, Saturday, ordained by God at Creation. "Adventist" means we’re looking for the return of Jesus Christ.
In 1863, the new Sabbath keepers officially organized into a denomination with 3,500 members worshipping in 125 churches.
They soon began sharing their faith outside of North America, first Switzerland in 1874, then in Russia, Ghana, South Africa, Argentina, and Japan.
Today, as one of the fastest growing Christian Protestant churches, 14 million baptized Seventh-day Adventist members live in 204 countries of the world. This includes more than 1 million in North America.
Georgia Cumberland Conference
The Seventh-day Adventist Conference we belong to.
Pastor Doug Batchelor - Central Study Hour
Can't make Sabbath School (on occasion).. no worries. The lesson can be watched, or downloaded, and even emailed to a loved one
Sabbath School Lessons Online
No Sabbath School Quarterly... No Problem! Sabbath School Lessons Online for All Classes and Age Groups. Read and/ or download the weekly lessons in pdf format
The Hope Channel
The Hope Channel is a Christian television network that seeks to bring everlasting hope to people around the world. We believe true inner peace and contentment is found in Jesus Christ. Our programming is designed to help people experience the abundant life that Jesus promised in John 10:10.
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The Adventist Book Center
The Premiere Adventist Book Store.