As president of a 20 million member global church, I spend a lot of time traveling to visit our worldwide church family. Unfortunately, even if I traveled every single day, I wouldn’t be able to meet a fraction of our Seventh-day Adventist church family.
However, I wanted to share some of my experiences about our worldwide church family. This is why the General Conference Communication department has launched a blog called Presidential Perspectives.
This website is used to share news, videos, sermons and more from the Office of the President.
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Greetings, brothers and sisters around the World, our wonderful church family, worldwide family. God is in control of all of our aspects as we place ourselves in His hands. Now, during this Coronavirus pandemic, I want you to be encouraged in the Lord. I want you to feel His presence in all that is happening. Know that the difficulties that are being faced by so many people are to be in many ways brought to a better understanding if you place yourself in God's hands under his wings. Thousands have been, contracting this terrible Coronavirus. Millions of lives have been disrupted. Life is changing before our very eyes. Things that we never even thought could happen, are happening now. I want to tell you, brothers and sisters, God will see us through. Do not be afraid. Do not fear for what lies ahead for God will stand by you. He asks you to stand tall through His power. He asks you to connect through Bible study and through prayer and then to share with others. During the 100 days of prayer, I want to ask all of you to earnestly pray for the latter rain. Pray for the Holy Spirit.…
Ted Wilson, president of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church urges all Adventist members to be awaken at this time to pray for the sick and those that lost loved ones. This crisis is part of the end time events and should motivate us to read the Bible. Today Pr Wilson focuses on Psalm 55. "Cast your burden on the Lord and he shall sustain you."