News Updates

Larissa Tenorio
October 22, 2019
Why is October 22 of 1844 still relevant 175 years later?

On October 22, 1844, William Miller and his congregation of over 50,000 Advent believers, including Ellen Harmon, were sorely disappointed. Over ten years had been spent in careful study to pinpoint this event in history. Years of labor and means were spent to tell the world of Jesus’ imminent return. And yet, He did not appear.

 

Merwin Christopher Anthony
October 17, 2019
Sri Lanka
On September 29, 2019, a baptism was held in Sri Lanka, where three souls were baptized in the Jaffna Region.

On September 29, 2019, a baptism was held in Sri Lanka, where three souls were baptized in the Jaffna Region. The baptism was performed by Brother G.Harrington Joseph, the local church elder, and Brother Nicolas Mariyanayagam, church leader in Jaffna.

 

October 14, 2019
In the process of becoming more Christ-like, sanctification, what comes first—obedience or faith?

In the process of becoming more Christ-like, sanctification, what comes first—obedience or faith? To progress in our Christian life, obedience must be a result of faith. God does not ask obedience without conviction, without foundation on faith.

 

“In order to stand fast in the truth we need to have a living, active faith in God and his Word. Without such faith it is impossible to please God; for ‘whatsoever is not of faith is sin,’” SW March 24 1908. Obedience without faith is sin. (see Romans 14:23.)

 

Shawn Marks
October 7, 2019
Guyana
Missionary outreach being done by the youth and brethren of our church in Guyana.

Georgetown, Guyana—On Sabbath, September 21, 2019, the Reform Movement General Conference Public Meetings were held in Sumaré, Brazil. Thousands of members, visitors, and friends gathered for a special Sabbath in fellowship.

 

Liviu Tudoroiu
October 7, 2019
A comprehensive list of the 2019-2024 Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement General Conference Officers and Committees.

2019 General Conference Officers

Eli Tenorio da Silva President
Rolly Dumaguit First Vice President

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