In some ways Secretariat could be seen as the 'service arm' of administration. However, it is vitally important for the efficiency and smooth running of the Church organisation and has as its motto: "Love in Service".
Adventist Risk Management
The official insurance and risk management company for the Seventh‐day Adventist® Church and Adventist ministries around the world.
Seventh-day Adventists affirm the right of every child to a happy and stable home environment. Children’s Ministries recognise that children are born with an inherent capacity for spirituality that requires nurture and support.
Seventh-day Adventists will communicate hope by focusing on the quality of life that is complete in Jesus Christ.
Seventh-day Adventists recognise that families are the building blocks of community, the church and society. We believe God created families to nurture warm, meaningful and loving relationships, and to discover what it is to love and be loved.
The Ministerial Association serves pastors, pastors' families, local church elders and company leaders. As well as nurture, support and training, the Ministerial Association is also heavily involved in the planning of ministerial training and recruitment.
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you." (Matthew 28:19,20) While we should engage in numerous activities as we respond to human need as Jesus did, our principal task is to "make disciples."
"If there is one work more important than another, it is that of getting our publications before the people, thus leading them to search the Scripture."- Testimonies for the Church, Vol.4, p.390; (Colporteur Ministry p.7.)
Providing media resources for the Adventist church including interviews, documentary programmes, promotional videos and various reports for special events.
Seventh-day Adventists are people who love freedom. Basing our faith on the Bible and understanding that at the centre of our Christian experience is God Himself we testify that freedom of choice underlines our relationship with God and with our fellow human beings.
The Sabbath School provides the opportunity for Church members locally and internationally to meet and study God's Word. It provides a sense of fellowship and community.
'God loves a cheerful giver'. Seventh-day Adventist Church does not believe that enforced giving has any merit. In fact it believes that such giving is contrary to the spirit of Christianity.
Foster spiritual growth and renewal among women. Affirm that women are of inestimable worth by virtue of their creation and redemption, and equip them for service in the church.