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Made for More: Love Without Limits
CPE Training Prepares Chaplains to Provide Specialized Care
Adventist Health Chaplains Practice Whole-Person Care
Hospital Chaplains Help Take Patients From Distress to Rest
Public Affairs & Religious Liberty Report 2016–2020
The public affairs and religious liberty department champions the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom for all people of faith in its government relations and workplace mediation services.
Youth and Young Adult Ministries Report 2016–2020
The youth and young adult ministries department seeks to disciple our young people to the love of Jesus in order for them to reach people within the North Pacific Union and the world for Jesus.
Women's Ministries Report 2016–2020
Women's ministries seeks to model Jesus Christ in our sphere of influence through meaningful relationships and effective ministries.
Every Northwest Adventist institution has an obligation to carry out its mission with an honest regard for financial accountability. Part of that accountability comes in the form of regular audits.
Native Ministries Report 2016–2020
Native Ministry exists to bring the gospel of hope and wholeness to our Native American people throughout the North Pacific Union in collaboration with our constituent conferences and the North American Division Native Ministry Council.
Communication Report 2016–2020
The communication department works to foster a sense of Northwest church community among members and provide support to conferences in helping members share their stories of Adventist message and mission.
Adventist Community Services and Disaster Relief
The North Pacific Union disaster response coordinator serves as a liaison with government agencies encompassing the NPUC and responds to requests for donations management, coordinating and supporting ACS leaders and volunteers activated to disasters
Urban Ministry Report 2016–2020
Today, the General Conference Urban Mission Center and the North American Division Adventist Community Services have initiatives to renew the Adventist Mission for, to and within cities where a majority of the American population resides.
How The Church Works
Can I make a difference in my church? It's a question many are asking right now. With our General Conference session just around the corner, now is a great time to dig in and discover how the Adventist Church works and how you can effect change.