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Tweeting the Meeting: Day Three of GC, Sabbath Edition


Tweets are flying at the Alamodome in San Antonio as delegates, attendees, and media share insights about the proceedings. Here is a roundup of the best tweets from Day 3 at GC.

Sabbath morning began with a hearty, Texas-style breakfast.

Others started the day with a worship thought.

Thousands of additional Seventh-day Adventists arrived in San Antonio for the weekend session and a mad dash for seats in the Alamodome ensued.

Many wore their native attire to Sabbath School and church.

Sabbath School featured an orchestra and a choir.

David Asscherick’s speech was well received by many.

One twitter user noticed a difference between worship services in the main auditorium and in a smaller venue dedicated to young adults.

The North American Division Report announced a desire to double the number of female pastors over the next five years.

The NAD report also included statistics on the retention of young adults in the church.

Those who could not make it to San Antonio expressed their desire to be in attendance.

In the evening worship service, a children’s choir performed.

As night fell, Fourth of July festivities commenced.

Rachel Logan is a Intern, and a member of the General Conference reporting team in San Antonio, Texas.

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