- Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, is the humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The basis for its existence, its reason for being, is to follow Jesus Christ’s example by being a voice for, serving, and partnering with those in need. ADRA seeks to identify and address social distortions and deprivation in developing countries. The agency’s work is a representative expression of Seventh-day Adventists’ desire to improve the quality of life of those in need. ADRA invests in the potential of these individuals through community development initiatives targeting food, security, economic development, primary health, and basic education. ADRA’s emergency management initiatives provide aid to disaster survivors. www.adra.org
- Adventist World Radio, Silver Spring, Maryland, broadcasting the gospel of Jesus Christ in nearly 50 languages, from more than 80 radio stations in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. www.awr.org
- Amazing Facts, For more than 40 years, Amazing Facts has been sharing God's end-time message with the entire world through such diverse and effective ministries as television, radio, publishing, Bible seminars, revivals, the internet, Bible schools, and more. Visit www.AmazingFacts.org to discover how Amazing Facts can not only help you better understand God's Word and will for you life, but also how we can help you and your church build up God's kingdom exponentially.
- It Is Written International Television, Simi Valley, California, a deeply spiritual ministry passionate about communicating the gospel to the world through a weekly television program, worldwide evangelistic ministry, and resources for Christian living and witnessing. It Is Written is led by Pastor John Bradshaw. Visit www.itiswritten.com for free Bible studies, Christian resources, event information, streaming video of the weekly program, and more!
- Loma Linda University and Medical Center, Loma Linda, California, the flagship medical and educational institution of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. www.llu.edu.
- North American Division Children's Ministries, Silver Spring, Maryland, supporting pastors, parents, Sabbath School teachers, and others who minister to children. Visit us for a look at the latest resources and teaching tools. www.childmin.com
- North American Division Adventist Community Services, Silver Spring, Maryland, is the domestic humanitarian agency of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that meets people’s immediate needs through social services at more than 1,000 localities in nearly 200 cities in the United States and Bermuda. www.communityservices.org.
- Oakwood University -- Since 1896, Oakwood University has provided students the opportunity to enter its halls of learning in preparation for service to community, country, and the world. Located in Huntsville Alabama, Oakwood is regionally accredited by the Southern Accrediting Association of Colleges and Schools and the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Department of Education. It offers a liberal arts curriculum in a Christ-centered atmosphere. www.oakwood.edu.
- Praizevision -- Headquartered in Bronx, New York, Praizevision is a 24-hour Internet streaming network that provides churches with the tools to create a global congregation where individuals around the world cane become spiritually and physically connected with their ministries. We provide ministries with state of the art broadband technology which empowers them to share the gospel of the Kingdom of God anywhere in the world. By providing high quality audio and video Internet streams, we help ministries grow and bring souls to Christ. www.praizevision.com.
- Washington Adventist University School of Graduate and Professional Studies -- The mission of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Washington Adventist University (SGPS) is to create an integrated learning platform through a partnership between students, Washington Adventist University, and work or internship organizations. Such a partnership benefits all participants and ultimately serves and benefits the larger community. Its mission also includes meeting the diverse needs of the professional, working adult by educating mind, body, and soul while accommodating the need for an education that is accelerated, affordable, and accessible with quality serving as the foundation. SGPS’s ultimate goal to produce graduates who bring moral leadership and competence to their communities. For more information and register for classes, contact the SGPS office at 301-891-4092 or visit www.wau.edu/sgps.