2015

General Conference Session Bulletin 8

Feature

San Antonio 360

Sights from the 60th General Conference Session in San Antonio

  • LET’S PRAY: Rick McEdward, director of the Global Mission Centers at the General Conference, invites attendees and delegates to pray during the Global Circle of Prayer on Sunday evening. Photo: Dick Duerkson AR/ANN

  • THREE, TWO, ONE . . .: A busy backstage TV crew directs cameras on the floor of the Alamodome.

    Photo: Dominik Zeh AR/ANN

  • IT’S A BIIIIIIG WORLD: One of the younger attendees of Tuesday night’s evening program takes in the impressive view of a full Alamodome. Photo: Pieter Damsteegt AR/ANN

  • HEAVENLY HARMONIES: Members of the Oakwood University Aeolians delight the audience at Thursday night’s evening worship. Photo: Josef Kissinger AR/ANN

  • COLORS OF THE WORLD: Analia Freire from Brazil shows off a bright Peruvian costume at the booth of the Peruvian Union University. Photo: Josef Kissinger AR/ANN

  • CAN YOU READ IT? “Jesus is coming again” was the message delegates of the West-Central African Division spelled out at the end of their report on Thursday evening, July 9, 2015. Photo:Tor Tjeransen AR/ANN

  • O CANADA: Rhanda Bonet-Graham represents Burman University, formerly known as Canadian University College (CUC), located in Lacombe, Canada.Photo: Tor Tjeransen AR/ANN

  • READY TO GO: Two participants of the Mission on the Move closing program are getting ready to step on to the platform on Sabbath evening, July 11, 2015.

    Photo: David B. Sherwin AR/ANN

  • NOT QUITE: Organizers and participants of TheHayStack event, who had aimed to get into the Guinness World Records, enjoyed a wonderful potluck and warm fellowship—but did not reach the needed 1,276 participants necessary to best the current record holder. Photo: Seth Shaffer AR/ANN

  • SAN ANTONIO’S WATERWAYS: Visitors to the session could catch a ride on one of the River Tours and get to know a different side of the city. Photo: Mark Froelich AR/ANN

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