The Ministries of our Church
This Personal Ministries Department's primary focus is evangelism. Its goal is to help prepare men and women for the kingdom of glory. The Personal Ministries Department works closely with the other departments to assist in their evangelistic efforts. Some of the activities of Personal Ministries include: (1) free personal Bible studies; (2) group Bible studies, such as the Voice of Prophecy Bible Courses and Revelation Seminars; (3) tract distribution, and otherevangelistic programs.
- Adventist Review - The Adventist Review is the flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Founded by James and Ellen White in 1849, the magazine is the one of the oldest religious publications in North America. The Review is published weekly and has a paid circulation of nearly 30,000. The Online Edition features selected articles and news from the magazine and also offers some web-only features.
- Amazing Facts - Amazing Facts is a Christian organization that believes in the fundamental teachings of the Bible and Christianity. The current speaker, Doug Batchelor, is a talented, innovative speaker with an unusual ability to communicate—not only to churchgoers, but also to the millions of secular-minded people in North America today. Under his dynamic leadership, Amazing Facts is now broadcasting four different television programs and one live call-in radio program on major media outlets throughout North America.
- Ellen G. White Estate - Read writings from the Spirit of Prophecy here.
- It Is Written - It Is Written is a deeply spiritual ministry passionate about communicating the Gospel to the world. It Is Written seeks to impact lives for Christ in four ways—through the weekly telecast, the Internet, a worldwide evangelistic ministry, and Christian living and faith-sharing resources.
The General Conference and the Ellen G. White Estate have launched the largest global book distribution project in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Using the world's major languages, the project aims to distribute 10 books by Ellen G. White, complete with companion study guides, to over two million Adventists worldwide. The church needs your help to make this project a reality. To find out more about the Connecting With Jesus Project or to donate, visit the CWJ Web site.
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If this is true in your congregation, conference, union or division, let us help you with a ministry of friends reaching friends who have taken a break from active church attendance.
For training presentations or coaching by Paul regarding Reconnecting Ministries, contact him at:
Paul Richardson, Coordinator NAD Reconnecting Ministries
Phone: 509.200.6093 (mobile)
An Indescribable Welcome Home: Six stories about reaching across to missing members
Bible Study Guide | Leader's Guide
Survey of Former and Inactive Adventist Church Members
Leadership Webinar, March 2014
Dealing with the Droupout Problem: How to Reconnect with Former and Inactive Members
Quick Start Guide for Reconnecting Ministries
English | Spanish
Rendezvous -- the prodigal daughter story
Reach Your Friends Who Leave Church
SafetyZone -- creating authentic and inclusive communities of faith
Reconnecting Greeting Cards
We want to introduce you to people across North America who are doing Reconnecting Ministries. You will want to get acquainted with each ministry provider and decide for yourself if what he or she offers is a good match for what you need in your life personally, your small group or congregation.
Lee & Marji Venden
All About Jesus
Ed & Carol Williams
FARM - Former Adventist Recovery Ministries
Mike & Diane Jones
Center for Youth Evangelism
Church of Refuge
NAD Youth and Young Adult Ministries