Reports indicate several Adventist churches have been destroyed, Ted N. C. Wilson writes.
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Ted N. C. Wilson calls members to keep being God’s witnesses amid daunting challenges.
Ted N. C. Wilson calls Adventists to pray, reach out to others, and stay faithful.
Ted N. C. Wilson calls Adventists on the island to keep praying and serving others.
The 2022 event changes venue after Indianapolis says space is no longer available.
In monthly address, Ted N. C. Wilson thanks Adventists for being faithful amid hardships.
Seventh-day Adventists look to the coming of Christ as the great culmination of history and an end of all disease, suffering, and death. […]
Document addresses racism, casteism, tribalism, and ethnocentrism
Below is a letter to the Adventist Church in Burundi from Seventh-day World Church President, Ted N.C. Wilson Dear Brothers and Sisters in […]
Launch events will be live-streamed on July 3-4.
Substantial reductions recommended, mostly in the headquarters in-house operations.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision today in Bostock v. Clayton, County, Georgia is a landmark decision with far-reaching consequences in the area of civil rights, […]
A pastoral letter and appeal from the Seventh-day Adventist world church president
World Church leaders continue to ask for prayer for all those affected by virus
GC Session plans are still in place, while world church leaders continue to monitor the situation