Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist business owners and professionals across the Inter-American Division (IAD) will have the opportunity this Sabbath, June 18, to reaffirm their commitment of sharing Christ in their businesses and invite other professionals to join in support of the mission of the church.
The Adventist-laymen’s Services and Industries (ASI) Emphasis Day in Inter-America will provide guidance and support for ASI members to reach their chapter goals as they preach the gospel in their project ministries where they live.
Johan Pineda stands as the district pastor who has baptized the most people into the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mexico with 296 new members in 2015. At 31 years of age, he leads 26 churches and 10 small congregations, or companies, in Ocosingo, Chiapas, one of the several religious intolerant regions in the country.
Pineda believes the work of evangelism is all about getting his membership of more than 1,100 actively involved in spreading the gospel in creative ways.
Hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist leaders from across Mexico and Jamaica converged in Riviera Maya in South Mexico last night to pursue a transformation in Christ Jesus and to be instructed on the evangelism initiative that will drive the church in their respective territories during the next four years.
“Just by having a personal relationship with the Lord, we are transformed,” said Filiberto Verduzco, treasurer of the church in Inter-America as he addressed the more than 1,300 ministers and church administrators.
Church leaders in Central America have a big task before them: To inspire nearly one million Seventh-day Adventists in six countries to seek a spiritual transformation through a life of prayer and bible study.
Leaders met for a special summit in Nicaragua led by the Inter-American Division (IAD) this week to review strategies and activities to accomplish this work, which is called the “Lord Transform Me” evangelism initiative.
More than 250 administrators, department directors, and district pastors from unions, conferences, missions and institutions across Central America convened in Montelimar, Nicaragua, for the next two days to pray, reflect, and study strategies and activities to join in Inter-America’s Lord Transform Me evangelism initiative.
“We all need to be transformed in the image of Christ Jesus,” said Pastor Israel Leito, president of the church in Inter-America, as he addressed the leadership.
Seven Seventh-day Adventist workers from the Dominican Republic were granted doctoral degrees in business administration during the last day of graduation ceremonies held for hundreds of graduates at Inter-American Division’s (IAD) Montemorelos University in Montemorelos, in North Mexico, on May 22, 2016.
Seventh-day Adventist leaders and staff at the Inter-American Division (IAD) headquarter office in Miami, Florida, took time to pray and worship during a week of spiritual emphasis May 16-21, 2016.
The week of prayer allowed the more than 75 church employees time for spiritual reflection as the church across the Inter-America embarks on seeking a personal and collective transformation from studying the Word of God in daily prayer and guidance of the Holy Spirit for further service in the church and the community during the current five-year period.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Inter-American Division’s (IAD) headquarter office began a series of cyber security awareness trainings for its employees yesterday as part of a larger strategy to protect both the organization and employees against online attacks. The training brought more than 75 administrators and church employees in Miami, Florida, to be briefed on cyber security measures, fraud and phishing attacks.
eventh-day Adventist leaders from across the Inter-American Division (IAD) concluded their business meetings this week to review church growth, financial strength and voting evangelism plans and activities that will motivate the church membership to seek a transformation in Jesus and share the message of the gospel in their communities.
Nearly 150 administrators, departmental directors, and lay members met for a day of meetings in Miami, Florida, on May 9.
Top Seventh-day Adventist administrators and board members of the Inter-American Division’s (IAD) Executive Committee held the first day of mid-year business meetings via video conference this week at the IAD Headquarters Office in Miami, Florida, United States.
The May 3 meeting became the first of its kind where top level administrators from its 24 major church regions, or unions, were connected on video conference system to take actions regarding plans, upcoming initiatives and events across the territory.