Seventh-day Adventists believe all people are created equal in the eyes of God and that we were each created in God’s image. Because of this, it is vitally important to help people understand the Bible to find healing, hope and freedom in Jesus. Only through a personal relationship with Jesus can each of us grow into our full potential as human beings whether we are children, women or men.
God’s love illustrated In the Garden of Eden, God established the first family. After creating Adam, He said: “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper as his partner” (Genesis 2:18). Beginning with a rib from Adam, God formed Eve. Then He told them: “Be fruitful and multiply
Teaching a whole life for a lifetime Greek philosopher Aristotle once said, “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” For Seventh-day Adventists, education extends even further—it reaches the soul. When it comes to learning, our multifaceted lives require a multifaceted approach, and Adventists aim to provide the complete package.
My world is a place where people find hope. When describing a pivotal moment in the life of Jesus with his disciples the bible says that Jesus “showed them the full extent of his love” (John 13:1 NIV). How did Jesus show the disciples just how far his love would go?
Living a healthful life The Seventh-day Adventist Church recognizes the autonomy of each individual and his or her God-given power of choice. Rather than mandating standards of behavior, Adventists call upon one another to live as positive examples of God’s love and care. Part of that example includes taking care of our health—we believe God.
Freedom to believe The Seventh-day Adventist church strongly believes in religious freedom for all people. A person’s conscience, not government, should dictate his or her choice to worship—or not. We have advocated for these goals for more than 100 years, through our department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL),