Jumat, 18 Juli 2014

Seventh Day Adventist Church History

The Seventh Day Adventist Church has a rich history which extends over 100 years. It began as a mission and developed into a worldwide church opening schools and hospitals all over the globe in an effort to finish the work of the gospel.


    The Seventh Day Adventist Church was founded in 1963 by a few reformers who were originally a part of the Millerite Movement. Ellen G. White one of the founding members has written several books which the church hold as sacred.


    Seventh Day Adventist have 27 fundamental beliefs that they adhere to. Among their many beliefs are the seventh day sabbath, the spirit of prophecy and dietary laws as given in the Bible.


    Promoting alternative health methods, Seventh Day Adventist use all natural herbs to treat the sick.


    Members are required to exclude pork, shell fish, coffee, teas and caffeine from their diets. Although it's not required many members have chosen to abstain from all meats and live as vegetarians.

Fun Fact

    The church began with 3,500 members. Today there's 15,660,347 members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church and 64,017 churches worldwide.

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