The Office of Adventist Mission operates five Global Mission Centers in key locations around the world. Their purpose is to build bridges of understanding and friendship with people from major world religions and philosophies. These study centers research and experiment with ways to more effectively share with people from profoundly different world views. They help Adventists understand the beliefs and cultures of other world religions and equip them with means, approaches, methods, and models on how best witness to people of non-Christian affiliations
For help in sharing more effectively with people from other world views, the centers are here to help. You can contact them at the following addresses and websites.
Global Center for
Global Center for Adventist-Muslim Relations
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FRIENDSHIP CENTERDirector: Richard Elofer
5 Square Yves du Manoir
CENTER FOR EAST ASIAN RELIGIONSPO Box 234
Prakanong, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
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Center for Secular
Rua Cubatão, 77
São Paulo, Brazil
Center for South Asian Religions
66 Orangefield Road
Global mission Urban centerDirector: Gerson Santos, DMin
7 Shelter Rock Rd
Manhasset, NY 11030
Jibade was sharpening a farm tool when he heard the wail of an ambulance pass by. “Dear God,” he prayed, “please let my children be OK."
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