February 2004

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  • Fast Facts

    February 01, 2004
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church was first officially organized in 1863 with 3,500 members, all within North America.Today, more than 90 percent of church members reside elsewhere, in 203 different countries around the world.Adventists speak in mo...
  • Our Worldwide Church

    Worldwide churches – 51,000 with 12.3 million membersSabbath Schools – 112,541 with 15.3 million membersBaptisms – 2,600 new members each dayMinisters – 14,500Schools – 6,300 with 1.2 million studentsHospitals – 169Worldwide tithes and offerings –...
  • Fast Facts

    February 01, 2004
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church was first officially organized in 1863 with 3,500 members, all within North America.Today, more than 90 percent of church members reside elsewhere, in 203 different countries around the world.Adventists speak in mo...
  • Our Worldwide Church

    Worldwide churches – 51,000 with 12.3 million membersSabbath Schools – 112,541 with 15.3 million membersBaptisms – 2,600 new members each dayMinisters – 14,500Schools – 6,300 with 1.2 million studentsHospitals – 169Worldwide tithes and offerings –...
  • Facing the Great Depression

    There’s an intriguing line of research on depression that shows one group in our society as being significantly less affected by this mental illness than any other group. Care to guess what the group might be? Left-handers? Blondes? Psychology maj...

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