Adventist Missionaries

For more than 130 years of Adventist mission, many thousands of Adventist men and women have left the comfort of their homelands to serve the Lord in distance places. A strong, witnessing church in many parts of the world today stands as a monument to their success and dedication.

What about today? The reality is that Adventist mission is alive and well. Each year the church sends scores of missionaries to serve in many different roles around the world. These missionaries show God's love in many practical ways such as education, health care, Bible studies, literacy training, development and relief work, church planting, and leadership training. 

Do They Still Go?

For more than 130 years, the Adventist Church has been passionate about mission.

Does the world still need missionaries?

As long as there is even one person who doesn't know God's love, we will still need missionaries.

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