One Year in Mission (OYiM), a project organized by the Seventh-day Adventist Church to encourage young people to dedicate their lives to the mission of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. OYiM is designed to empower youth and young adults all across the world to share the message of Jesus Christ to all they come into contact with.
A journey of discovery together through the Bible. Historically, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has founded its existence in the Bible. Adventists are a Bible-based, Bible-believing, Bible-reading people. Revived by His Word, coordinated by the Revival and Reformation Committee, is aimed at strengthening the spiritual experience of each church member.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is set to celebrate one of its biggest undertakings since 2011 when it will highlight the fruits of its discipleship training program across the church in Inter-America through a special live satellite program from Bogota, Colombia this weekend.
The initiative, coined as “Vision One Million”, has seen some one million church members trained and empowered to become true followers and witnesses of Jesus. Church leaders expect one million visitors to attend thousands of churches throughout Inter-America on Saturday, May 4, to view the satellite program and witness a worship and praise celebration of God’s love and mercy.
Seventh-day Adventists are Bible-believing Christians who base their faith, hope and future in Jesus Christ and his soon return. The church is a large and growing organization consisiting of thirteen (13) Divisions, which are composed of churches grouped into unions, conferences, fields, missions or regions. The Caribbean Union Conference is a part of the Inter-American Division (IAD) located in Miami, United States of America. Additionally, the Adventist denomination promotes education at all levels, from elementary and high schools. In our territories we offer both primary and secondary education.
Seventh-day Adventists accept the Bible as their only creed and hold certain fundamental beliefs to be the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. These beliefs, as set forth here, constitute the church’s understanding and expression of the teaching of Scripture. Revision of these statements may be expected at a General Conference session when the church is led by the Holy Spirit to a fuller understanding of Bible truth or finds better language in which to express the teachings of God’s Holy Word.