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Moving Forward with Mission: A Conversation with the NAD President

The Advent movement began in the United States after the Great Disappointment in 1844, with the Seventh-day Adventist Church becoming an official denomination in 1863. In 1979, Charles E. Bradford was elected to succeed Neal C. Wilson as president of the North American Division (NAD). Wilson, who served as a vice president in the General Conference with responsibility for North America, moved on to become president of the General Conference.

Dan Jackson Shares Wishes for NAD

In a special video edition of the NAD Newspoints bulletin from the North American Division Communication Department, NAD President Daniel R. Jackson reflects on the past five years and shares his thoughts and wishes for the members of the Division heading into this summer’s 60th General Conference Session in San Antonio, Texas.

Watch his recorded statement in the video below:

Unprecedented Meeting Examines Church’s Missional Structure

Today the North American Division published this report about its meetings this week.

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