The "It's Time" Book
Read stories here of looking beyond "the way we've always done it," and instead taking up Christ's Method of Ministry.
Kindle or paperback copy of the book available here.Read More
I Want This City: TV Series from the Heart of a Least-Reached Megacity
"I Want This City" is a 13-part television series filmed in Bangkok. The series reveals the vastness of the work remaining to be done in major cities, and the painful correlation between mission giving and resources for serving least-reached communities.
"I Want This City" is fun, unconventional, and moving. Show it to your church and inspire them to get involved in reaching cities for Christ. Read more here, or click below to watch.Watch Now
The Urban Top 10
Did you know that 7 of the world's largest urban metropolitan areas are in the 10/40 Window? That area, stretching from northern Africa into the Middle East and Asia, is home to 6.5 out of 10 people on the planet, but only 1.5 out of 10 Adventists are in that same window. We have work to do!Read More
Reach the World
"Reach the World" is the Seventh-day Adventist Church's voted strategic plan for the 2015 - 2020 quinquennium. "Reach the World" has various initiatives which aim to help church members REACH UP, REACH ACROSS, and REACH OUT. Mission to the Cities, along with Total Member Involvement and Comprehensive Health Ministry come under the category of REACH OUT. Other initiatives within the Reach the Word strategic plan include Believe His Prophets, United in Prayer, and Revival and Reformation. The strategic plan is available here for those who wish to understand more deeply.Read More
The President and the Prophet: He thought he knew what she meant.
by Merle Poirier
This 2020 article takes a fascinating look at Ellen White's response to A.G. Daniells, a General Conference president who thought he was working on behalf of the cities, but who was slow to realize how much she intended should be done.
Poirier recounts, "Daniels travelled to Ellen White's home at Elmshaven, hoping to surprise her with the news of his plans for city evangelism. But when he arrived, he was stopped at the door. The prophet declined to see him, sending a message instead: When he, the General Conference president, was ready to carry out the work that needed to be done, she'd talk to him."
Mudança para a cidade
Por Wendel Lima, editor associado da Revista Adventista
De origem rural e norte-americana no século 19, hoje a Igreja Adventista precisa falar (e ser ouvida) no cenário urbano do século 21. 2019.Read More