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Generation of YOUth for Christ

Introduction Good morning and happy Sabbath, GYC! I’m glad to be with you and am grateful to the GYC leadership for inviting me to speak to you today. What a blessing it is to worship with such a large group of committed Seventh-day Adventist youth! Hearing literally thousands of young people singing praises to God…

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Remember Your Name

Names at Creation Names are so important.  Scripture reveals that from the very foundation of the world, names have been of special interest to the Lord. For instance, have you ever noticed that several times…

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Wilson exhorts Seventh-day Adventists: “Remember your name”

As the Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrates the 150th anniversary of the adoption of its name by a then-nascent group of believers assembled in Battle Creek, Michigan, Adventist Church President Ted N.C. Wilson exhorted members to…

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Wilson hosts presidential open house

  Ted N.C. Wilson wants employees at Seventh-day Adventist world church headquarters to feel at home in his office. The world church president entertained more than 300 of the building’s roughly 800 employees yesterday during…

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Adventist world church president dismayed by planned Quran burning

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is deeply dismayed by a non-denominational pastor’s plan to burn copies of the Quran on September 11. In a statement released today, Adventist world church President Ted N.C. Wilson said the so-called “Burn a Quran Day” is “directly contrary” to the belief that Christians ought to relate to others with mutual…

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New Adventist president envisions a church marked by prayer, revival

  In his first address to employees at Seventh-day Adventist world church headquarters, church President Ted N. C. Wilson outlined a strategic plan for the denomination meant to spur a renewal of members’ commitment to…

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New Adventist president reaffirms cooperation with China’s Protestant organization

Seventh-day Adventist world church President Ted N. C. Wilson will maintain a cooperative relationship with China’s officially recognized Protestant organization. “Although the Adventist Church has distinct doctrines, we are certainly open to cooperating with fellow Christians who are lifting up Christ,” Wilson said following a meeting with representatives of the China Christian Council at Adventist…

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Wilson Calls Adventists to ‘Go Forward’

    Addressing a crowd of 69,989 Seventh-day Adventists and friends, Ted N. C. Wilson, in his first Sabbath sermon as General Conference president, urged members to “go forward” in confidence through the days ahead.…

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Wilson Calls Adventists to ‘Go Forward’

    Addressing a crowd of 69,989 Seventh-day Adventists and friends, Ted N. C. Wilson, in his first Sabbath sermon as General Conference president, urged members to “go forward” in confidence through the days ahead.…

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Wilson Calls Adventists to ‘Go Forward’

Good morning, brothers and sisters in Christ! What a privilege to worship together on this last Sabbath morning of the 59th General Conference session….young people, older people, women, men, and children all together as God’s…

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