Literature Evangelists

Testimonies The Seventh-day Adventist Church acknowledges literature evangelism as a self-supporting missionary in harmony with the church’s teachings and principles. Upon receiving God’s call, Literature Evangelists (LEs) dedicate their lives to provide much needed services to communities. In harmony with Adventist principles of faith and practice, they communicate the eternal gospel that brings salvation. LEs…

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Students

Students Literature Evangelists Student Literature Evangelists dedicate a vacation period or a season of time to distribute and sell Adventist literature. The student program has a threefold focus.  It is primarily intended to give young people missionary and spiritual experience. The program provides opportunity to raise funds for school tuition, and finally to develop their…

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Mission 365

What is Mission 365 Adopting “A lifestyle of sharing” Mission365 is an exciting General Conference initiative encouraging members all over the world to develop the habit of sharing the gospel through literature. All church members are encouraged to adopt this Total Member Involvement (TMI) initiative to daily giving away GLOW tracts and Missionary Books. Through…

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Coronavirus and Immunity

“What you can’t see can hurt you” is the lead line of “The Invisible Man.” Based on H.G. Wells’ 1897 classic novel, this Hollywood sci-fi thriller revolves around an evil scientist who discovers the secret of invisibility and torments his ex-girlfriend. No one can see him, yet he’s deadly. It's the same with coronavirus and other viruses.…

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Certainty in an Uncertain World

If you could choose a single word to describe the mindset of this generation, what would it be? I would choose the word uncertainty. More people seem uncertain about the future than ever before. They are uncertain whether some senseless terrorist attack or hostile nation will suddenly snuff out their lives. They are uncertain about whether…

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