Who are Seventh-day Adventists
We live in a day where there are literally thousands of Christian movements out there, so what makes Seventh-day Adventists different? And are the different beliefs or practices of Seventh-day Adventism different in an odd way, or perhaps in a good way? While this video won’t do that justice, we invite you to explore just some of the awesome things Adventists get up to when it comes to serving creation, people, and God. For more information on the beliefs or practices of Adventism, head to
A snapshot into the lives of Seventh-day Adventists
Seventh-day Adventists strive to know, experience and share our hope in Jesus. In a world where it often seems that things are out of control and many are struggling, we want to share the good news that Jesus loves each one of us and has a plan for our lives.
We believe that the Bible is God’s special message to humans and provides the ultimate explanation for why we are here. The Bible helps us to live our best possible life and gives us hope for the future.
Birth of Adventism in New Zealand
When the mission party stopped in Auckland, New Zealand on their way to their destination, Australia, a desire to come back and start some mission work would be aroused. From humble rural origins the church in New Zealand would start and is a story of honest people hearing the message and changing their lives accordingly.
How is the Seventh-day Adventist Church Organised and Structured?
Seventh-day Adventists are people who love to be connected. Watch this video to learn how 18 million members worldwide are connected through faith and community.