Topics

  1. 401. Working Policy (General Conference)

    A compilation of administrative policies adopted for the purpose of guiding the conferences, churches, missions, and institutions in carrying on the many activities of the church’s work. ...
  2. 402. World Literature Ministry Coordinating Board

    A board that coordinates all phases of the literature ministry in the world through regional literature ministry coordinating boards. ...
  3. 403. Yahweh

    The sacred, personal name of God, for which the KJV generally substitutes Lord. Four times this version has “Jehovah” ( Ex. 6:3 ; Ps. 83:18 ; Isa. 12:2 ; 26:4 ). ...
  4. 404. Year-Day Principle

    The reckoning of a symbolic day as a year in interpreting time periods in symbolic prophecy. The biblical texts generally cited for this are Num. ...
  5. 405. Youth Bible Conference

    A gathering of young people (introduced officially in October 1960), sponsored by a local or union conference or mission youth department, for a few days of Bible study in the areas of Christian doctr ...
  6. 406. Youth Campsites

    The conferences of the North American Division maintain permanent campsites primarily for youth activities, but also as suitable, restful locations for various gatherings of both workers and constitue ...
  7. 407. Youth Congress and Rallies

    The term youth congress is applied to a large-scale gathering of young people for two or more days. When national or international congresses are held, the programs are more elaborate. ...
  8. 408. Youth Department of Missionary Volunteers

    The former Youth Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (including the National Service Organization). ...
  9. 409. Youth Ministry Accent

    (1975– ; formerly MV Kit , June, 1951–1975). A leadership and program magazine for those who work with young people. ...
  10. 410. Zambesi Union Tidings

    (1954– ; quarterly; Zambesi Union Press; free to the constituency of the Zambesi Union; incomplete files in GC ). Church paper, organ of the Zambesi Union. Editor in 1993 was R. R. ...
  11. 411. Abomination of Desolation

    A cryptic designation found in Matt. 24:15 , borrowed from Daniel ( 11:31 ; 12:11 ), where the corresponding phrase appears as “abomination that maketh desolate.” Daniel predicted a great desecrat ...
  12. 412. Action for Better Living

    The monthly news and promotional bulletin of the International Temperance Association and American Temperance Society. Activities , begun by W. A. ...
  13. 413. Activities

    (1951–1964; monthly; Temperance Department; 1964 circulation, c. 10,000; files in dept.; superseded 1965 by Listen News , a supplement to Listen , and by Secretaries’ Exchange ). ...
  14. 414. Adobenchisuto Raifu

    (“Adventist Life”) (1972– ; successor to Shimei no Otozure [“Tidings of the Message”], 1913–1920; Shimei [“Message”], 1921–1943, 1946–1971; monthly). Official organ of the Japan Union Conference. ...
  15. 415. Advent Herald

    A Millerite journal (March 1840–February 1844 as The Signs of the Times ) edited and published for many years by J. V. ...
  16. 416. Advent Mirror

    A non-Seventh-day Adventist paper, published at Boston in at least one issue, volume 1, Number 1, January 1845, written by “A. Hale and J. Turner, editors” (photostat in Review and Herald). ...
  17. 417. Advent Shield

    (May 1844–April, 1845; irregular issue; published by Joshua V. Himes, Boston; volume in the Review and Herald). A Millerite journal edited by J. V. Himes, S. Bliss, and A. Hale. ...
  18. 418. Adventist Bodies

    Denominations derived from the Millerite movement of the 1840s in the United States include: 1. Evangelical Adventists , organized about 1858 under the name American Millennial Association. ...
  19. 419. Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries

    The denominational agency that provides support and superivison to Seventh-day Adventist chaplains serving in hospitals, prisons, the armed forces, the Veterans Administration, industries, and on camp ...
  20. 420. Adventist Communication Network

    A live satellite connection begun in 1994. It enables groups in many metropolitan areas to see and hear church-sponsored programs live. ...
  21. 421. Adventist Development and Relief Agency International (ADRA)

    An agency established in 1983 after the reorganization of Seventh-day Adventist World Service, Incorporated (SAWS). ...
  22. 422. Adventist Editors International

    (formerly International Association of Seventh-day Adventist Editors). A professional association for Seventh-day Adventist editors whether employed by the denomination or not. ...
  23. 423. Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM)

    A supporting ministry developed and founded by Clyde and Cathy Morgan in 1985, along with a small group of seminarians, and mission instructors Russell Staples and Gottfried Oosterwal. ...
  24. 424. Adventist Health System (AHS)

    (Adventist Health Care Association). The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s health-care work in the United States, including 60 acute-care hospitals, plus nursing homes, retirement centers, home health ...
  25. 425. Adventist Heritage Ministry

    An educational and evangelistic corporation organized in 1981 to assist in preserving the heritage of the Seventh-day Adventist Church through the purchase, restoration, and, where appropriate, replic ...

Topics

Working Policy (General Conference)

World Literature Ministry Coordinating Board

Yahweh

Year-Day Principle

Youth Bible Conference

Youth Campsites

Youth Congress and Rallies

Youth Department of Missionary Volunteers

Youth Ministry Accent

Zambesi Union Tidings

Abomination of Desolation

Action for Better Living

Activities

Adobenchisuto Raifu

Advent Herald

Advent Mirror

Advent Shield

Adventist Bodies

Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries

Adventist Communication Network

Adventist Development and Relief Agency International (ADRA)

Adventist Editors International

Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM)

Adventist Health System (AHS)

Adventist Heritage Ministry

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