The Southern Asia-Pacific Division (SSD) leaders, along with officials from the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists and Local Churches, gathered for the Year End Meetings "to plan further on how to achieve evangelistic success–to Reach the World through Total Member Involvement and the Integrated Evangelism Lifestyle/Nurture, Discipleship, and Reclamation initiatives", said of Dr. Saw Samuel, SSD President.
Guest speaker, Ted N.C. Wilson, President, General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists, graced the occasion through a timely message about pressing forward in the great Advent movement and the gospel commission in preparation for our journey to heaven with the Lord Jesus Christ.
“Christ has already won the victory. Christ has delivered us from many challenges, and the church itself will appear as the Spirit of Prophecy says “about to fall, but it will not”. It will go on to glory and to victory. Don’t be afraid of what you may face in the future. Jesus is leading the way because are going home,” appealed Wilson during his worship message.
This year, the young missionaries of the 1000 Missionary Movement and the Socio-economic Uplift, Literacy, Anthropological, and Developmental Services (SULADS) were given support and recognition during the Sabbath worship service held at the AIIAS Auditorium on November 4, 2017.
Proceeds of the program are given to support the ministries of the said missionary groups that dedicate their lives for the work of the Lord in the evangelism-unreached population of the world.
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