The General Conference Ministerial Association exists to serve the global Seventh-day Adventist church in its proclamation of the everlasting gospel and in its divine mission to prepare a people to meet their soon-coming Lord.
Exploring best practices for your ministry in the 21st century!
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Our new website GCEvangelism.com is especially prepared to provide resources, news and ideas, to motivate and to facilitate the task of committed pastors and leaders to preach the Three Angels Messages of the everlasting Gospel of Jesus and His imminent Second Coming
The world’s cities present a formidable challenge for the Seventh-day Adventist Church. More than half of the world’s population lives in cities with approximately 200,000 people moving from rural communities to urban communities every day (www.worldchanging.com)...
Pulpits of Hope is a simple, flexible and effective initiative that every preacher may adopt in his or her church. It is part of a comprehensive evangelism plan, and part of the five universal keys of successful soul winning and evangelism based on the book of Acts.
The five keys of successful evangelism
Making the most of the Sabbath morning service
Transforming the pulpit of your church into an evangelistic center
It is possible to do much more of what we are doing from the pulpit on Sabbath morning. Every pastor and elder who is called to preach may use and follow this flexible, low cost preaching plan, that is giving amazing results in churches that are practicing it.
Leading a soul to a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ is the greatest experience that can ever come to a Christian. God intends that every believer should know the unsurpassed joy of this experience of leading a soul to Christ. Most church members have a genuine love for their Lord. They want to share Him with others but often feel that they don’t know how...