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Seventh-day Adventists are using the Internet just like everyone else in our world today. The majority of active members in North America (54 percent) use electronic mail (e-mail) on a daily basis. Another 17 percent use it occasionally, which means that seven out of 10 Adventists in the United States, Canada, and Bermuda can now be reached by e-mail if church organizations have the e-mail addresses of church members.
E-mail has great advantages over sending paper through the post office. It’s not necessary to purchase stamps or destroy trees to make paper, and the response can be much quicker. For younger generations, electronic …
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