Five Adventist Health Studies that explore the links between lifestyle, diet and disease among members of the Seventh-day Adventist church, a Christian denomination that encourages a vegetarian diet and calls for abstinence from alcohol and tobacco.
Seventh Day Adventist Church: 1863. The Seventh-Day Adventist Church grew out of the Millerite movement in 1840s New York, which prophesied the imminent Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It was formally established about twenty years later in Michigan. The movement emphasizes the importance of keeping the Sabbath day holy as a day of rest, and has expanded beyond America with significant missionary strategies to attract new converts.
Johan Hendrik Weidner, Dutch Seventh Day Adventist Reistance Leader. Arrested by the Gestapo but escaped. Help thousands flee the Nazi Ocupation of France. He survived the war and emigrated to America.
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) was started by the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a way to follow Christ’s example of serving and caring for those in need. Put simply, #ADRA improves the lives of people around the world. The agency searches out deprivation, social injustice, and need—then works to eliminate them.
In this documentary, we follow the early history of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Starting with William Miller's Daniel prediction, followed by the Great Disappointment of 1844, to the early days of Ellen G. White, as well as her life and prophecies. Video Clips thanks to: "William Miller - The Great Disappointment of 1844" ...
Justin Woods discovers more than bones from a Tyrannosaurus rex when he excavates the Badlands of Wyoming. During his annual "dino-digs," he finds evidence that strengthens his faith in God as his creator and redeemer. Watch his story on why the Adventist Fundamental Belief of Creation matters to him.