The Seventh-day Adventist Church finds its strength in mission.
Its commitment includes a worldwide humanitarian work, an international volunteer program, satellite television and shortwave radio blanketing the globe, a huge publishing program, thousands of schools, a large network of hospitals and clinics, the Global Mission pioneer program, and hundreds of overseas missionaries.
Through the years, Seventh-day Adventists have generously supported mission through their tithes and mission offerings because they believe the gospel commission. They believe we're called to help the less fortunate, the poor, the sick, and those who don't know about Jesus.
The story of Adventist Mission around the world centers not on the story of highly-educated super-Christians performing exceptional feats. It's the story of everyday people who answer the call to touch the lives of others in the name of Jesus. And it's your story, because you help make it happen.
Our team here at Adventist Mission is grateful to have a small part to play in bringing that story to you. And we thank you for everything you do to tell the world about the good news and love of Jesus.
About the Adventist Church's Mission Work
Adventist mission work today touches lives in more than 200 countries and areas of the world. Adventist mission workers preach the gospel, teach relevant living skills, heal people through Adventist hospitals and clinics, spread the gospel on radio and television, run development projects to make better lives for people, and provide comforting relief in times of suffering.
So many mission workers serve God as part of the church that you may not have heard their stories. This website not only shares their stories, but focuses on the mission of the church. As you browse through this site, witness how God is improving lives through Adventist mission work around the world and in your neighborhood.