23rd General Conference Session Special Report
That They May Be One
“That They May Be One.” The theme of the 23rd SDA Reform Movement General Conference Session truly inspires our hearts in pondering deeply the intense desire of Christ for unity among His followers today.
That We May All Unite and Work Together
The address given by the newly-elected President of the General Conference reminds us of God’s call to restore foundational principles such as the marriage institution, the family altar, proper Sabbath observance, the health reform, dress reform, and—above all, the announcement that Christ is coming very soon.
2019-2024 General Conference Officers and Committees
As we enter a new quinquennium, delegates from around the world entrust solemn responsibilities in the Lord’s work to faithful individuals ready to accept their assigned post of duty. This is God’s work, and He is the One that calls and He is the One that enables.
23rd General Conference Session Delegates
List of delegates at the 23rd General Coference delegation session.
The North American Region
Engaging the Youth
In recent years, the units of the North American Region have seen the tremendous advantages of involving younger people in church activities and outreach events. The talents and energy of the young are a great asset in the Lord’s work in these last days.
The Central American Region
Opening New Territories
The Central American Region established four new Missions in the last quadrennium; the Lord draws the souls and we have the wonderful privilege of obeying the gospel commission and reaping the harvest!
The South American Region
Welfare Evangelism and Online Missions
Progress in the Lord’s vineyard has been enjoyed by the South American Region by meeting the real needs of people and providing practical, convenient access to the truth through the use of modern technology.
The Northern African Region
Pressing Onward Despite Violence and Poverty
Much of the human suffering that occurs on this planet is found in the Northern African Region. Yet, just as in the rest of the world, the laborers in the Master’s cause must persevere despite whatever the hardship may be. Christ as the Good Shepherd is the One that sustains them.
The Southern African Region
Evangelism, Literature, and Work Projects
In the Southern African Region, precious souls are open to the three angels’ messages. They are interested in evangelistic messages, they appreciate truth-filled literature, and they value projects and programs that equip them to become more self-sufficient.
The European Region
Through the Printed Pages . . .
The European Region has a rich history and a variety of languages and cultures. As the birthplace of the Protestant Reformation, how fitting it is to reach out to the public with inspired written materials for their thoughtful consideration.
The Eurasian Region
Teaching the Present Truth
In a complex territory of various nationalities, languages, cultures, and religions, precious souls within the Eurasian Region need much instruction in the present truth to counteract the many theories and philosophies that abound here.
The Asian Region
Pressing on Amidst Extreme Opposition
If you have ever wondered where the gospel of Jesus Christ meets with the most rigorous opposition in this generation, you need look no further than the Asian Region. Home to more than half of the world’s population, this section of the Lord’s vineyard is in much need of truth.
The Pacific Region
Evangelism and Education
The Pacific Region is a vast area composed of the continent of Australia and multitudinous islands. Every kindred, nation, tongue and people must hear the three angels’ messages and evangelism and education are vital in this expansive territory.
Highlights from the Session
There is a lot involved in operating a worldwide Delegation Session smoothly—and this one was no exception. Besides the election of officers, here is a sample of some of the points that were considered for future expansion of God’s work on earth.
The GC Spiritual Meetings
Interested people came from all around the world to savor the spiritual banquet that was provided for the public at the general meetings following the Delegation. Here are just a few of the enthusiastic comments from some that attended.
The Better Land
The Better Land. . . . The Lord’s messenger in the last days was shown a wonderful vision that children can easily picture. What a privilege it is to prepare for that better land where there will be no more death, sorrow, pain, nor crying!