Test Your Bible Knowledge with these 10 Riddles

Test Your Bible Knowledge with these 10 Riddles

How well do you know the bible? Can you say that you know up to 80 percent of Bible characters? Here are 10 riddles to test your knowledge of Bible characters. Score yourself after the test and remember no cheating.

Test Your Bible Knowledge with these 10 Riddles

  1. I don’t consider myself as a great person or a worrier, but I made history by killing a very powerful and great captain with the nail from my tent and a hammer. I became popular simply because he asked for water, I gave him milk. I used my left hand to hold the nail and my right hand to hold the hammer and I smote him. WHO AM I?
  2. I was a good person, I love to fellowship with God’s children. On one faithful day as the sermon was going on, I fell asleep and I fell from a third story building. Miraculously I was brought back to life by the preacher. WHO AM I?
  3.  I was the finest among the men in my kingdom and I was the third son of a very popular king even though he hated me because I killed my brother. I tried to overthrow my father but i failed. WHO AM I?
  4.  I am a man who loved God with all my heart. My son was the oldest man that ever lived but he is dead and am not. WHO AM I?
  5.  My story is a sad one, I was a good man, a God fearing man. Something very bad happened to me when I tried to prevent the ark of God from falling. WHO AM I?
  6. I am a servant of a very popular man of God who refused to collect priceless gift from a man he healed. However, I had to run after the man and collected all the treasures, though my life was not the same after I collected the gifts. WHO AM I?
  7. I am daughter of Phanuel from the tribe of Asher, a “prophetess” who met the infant Jesus and his parents in the temple and recognized him as the Messiah. WHO AM I?
  8. I am a God fearing man who was selected by eleven great men of God to replace a man who betrayed his own master. WHO AM I?
  9. My son is a major prophet in the Bible, he wrote the book of Isaiah. WHO AM I?
  10. I am the third king to rule Israel and the tenth son of my father. WHO AM I?

 

ANSWERS TO THE 10 BIBLE RIDDLES

  • Jael Judges 4:17-22; 5:6, 24-27
  • Eutychus Acts 20:9
  • Absalom 2 Samuel 3
  • Enoch Genesis 5: 21, 22
  • Uzzah 6: 3-7
  • Gehazi 2 Kings 4, 5
  • Anna Luke 2:36
  • Matthias Act 1: 26
  • Amoz Isaiah 1:1
  • Solomon 1 Kings 1,2,3,4…

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Sabbath sanctity online petition –  Let us sign massively against Sabbath elections and exams.

Sabbath sanctity online petition – Let us sign massively against Sabbath elections and exams.

This petition addressed to INEC, Presidency, senate, etc is just one of the attempts to make our position known to government on the issues of Sabbath exams, Sabbath elections, etc.

Your signing the online petition will only show the number of those who are concerned about the sanctity of the Sabbath and will want the government to do something about it. Yesterday, we made contact with our Union presidents through the president of ENUC and he gladly promised to contact others, so that together they can swing into action in this regard.

If you want to be part of securing our right to the sanctity of the Sabbath. Sign the petition and send it to all your Adventist contacts. Don’t neglect it, in democracy, number matters and number is power, therefore be part of this move to honor God and his Holy Sabbath. See and follow the link below.

God bless you as you join hands with others to demand our right to the sanctity of the Sabbath in Nigeria. With you it is possible!

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Pathfinder Camporee held completely on water in Papua New Guinea (Photos)

Pathfinder Camporee held completely on water in Papua New Guinea (Photos)

Camporee in Papua New Guinea first to be held completely on water. In what is believed to be a world first for a Pathfinder camporee, the entire event was held on water.

A specially-constructed pontoon, afloat on the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea, was the site for the week-long camporee, held in December 2017. The 50m x 40m structure accommodated the 350 Pathfinders and staff, including 47 tents.

Fittingly, the theme of the camporee was “Floating in the arms of God”. Four Pathfinder clubs took part in the 22 water activities.

Patrick Maru, youth coordinator for the Amunti District, Sepik Mission, said planning for the event began three years ago. He wanted to make a change to the usual style of Pathfinder camping.

“The program was officially opened by our youth director, Pastor Missikaram Guguna, assisted by guest speaker Pastor Lessley Yamahune, stewardship director for the Sepik Mission, and escorted by the ‘crocodile man’, symbolizing the Sepik River people,” Mr Maru said.

Despite a positive start, the camporee suffered a serious setback early on the third day when a large thunderstorm struck.

“The rain started pouring heavily and the wind blew mightily, breaking down all our tents,” Mr Maru said. “Leaders were running here and there with their torches flashing, checking all the kids.”

“I was recalling the Bible story about Jesus and the storm and that gave peace. That cold rainy windy night, I cried to Him for help.”

The storm was so powerful that large bush ropes and bamboo posts holding the pontoon in position were broken, causing it to begin moving. Fortunately it remained intact and drifted about 300m before coming to rest in a bay. Later that morning two outboard canoes pushed the pontoon back to its original position.

“Pathfinders and leaders have seen the mighty hand of God during our one-week camp . . . and these Pathfinders will have a story to tell to their kids in the future,” Mr Maru said.

By the end of the week 47 Pathfinders had been baptised in a baptismal pool in the centre of the pontoon.

South Pacific Division youth director Dr Nick Kross said it was a unique event.

“It may well be the first time in the world that a Pathfinder camporee has been held on water,” he said.

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

  • full name – Ardella V. Delker
  • She was born in Java, South Dakota
  • Born in 1924
  • She started singing informally at a young age
  • Her mother was a Seventh-day Adventist
  • Del went to an Adventist school for grades 5 through 8
  • In March 1947, she joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • 1947 she began singing for The Quiet Hour.
  • That summer she was invited to join the Voice of Prophecy, as a secretary and a singer for their radio
  • broadcasts
  • In 1951, she was recorded for the first time, on a record that featured the King’s Heralds male quartet.
  • In 1953, she finally made it to college

 

  • She attended Emmanuel Missionary College, and later transferred to La Sierra College in order to continue singing with the Voice of Prophecy
  • She graduated in 1958 with a degree in religion with an emphasis in counseling.
  • Delker recorded over forty albums for Chapel Records since the early 1950s
  • Among the songs she is best known for are “The Love of God”, “Ten Thousand Angels”, and “The Night Watch”
  • She also sang frequently for the Voice of Prophecy radio broadcasts
  • She also sang frequently with the King’s Heralds, and at meetings led by H.M.S. Richards
  • Del Delker became one of the most well-known musicians with the Seventh-day Adventist church
  • After the Voice of Prophecy music department was disbanded in 1982, she continued to sing for their broadcasts

Read also: Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

  • Del also sang for the Faith for Today television broadcast
  • She officially retired in 1990
  • She was a good friend of composer Hugh Martin who she collaborated with in the 1980s and the 1990s
  • In 2002, she released her autobiography, Del Delker: Her Story, co-written by Ken Wade and published by Pacific Press
  • Delker’s last performance was in 2007, at the age of 82, for the funeral of her long-time collaborator Wayne Hooper.
  • She died on January 31, 2018, in Porterville, California

 

Del Delker’s Albums

  • 1951 Del Delker
  • 1952 Del Delker Sings
  • 1953 The La Sierra University Album
  • 1954 Del Delker and Bob Seamount
  • 1954 Del Delker and the King’s Heralds
  • 1955 Del Delker Sings in The Temple Trio
  • 1956 It Took a Miracle
  • 1960 God Understands
  • 1961 Day By Day
  • 1962 Our Prayer
  • 1963 The Love of God
  • 1963 The Lord’s Prayer

 

  • 1964 It Took a Miracle (different album than 1956)
  •  1965 Ten Thousand Angels
  • 1966 What Will it Be to See Jesus
  • 1967 My God is a Real God
  • 1968 Joyful
  • 1969 The Night Watch
  • 1969 Del Delker Sings
  • 1970 He Touched Me
  • 1970 He Touched Me (Spanish-language version of album)
  • 1976 Come on Down
  • 1977 Quiet Time with Del
  • 1979 Reflections
  • 1980 All About Love
  • 1981 Songs for Happy Children

 

  • 1981 On His Mind
  • 1983 Worship Time: Hymns and Classics
  • 1985 Most Requested Songs
  • 1987 Being Me (Songs for Children)
  • 1990 His Love
  • 1993 Heaven on My Mind[11]
  • 1995 Forever Grateful
  • 1997 40th Anniversary Album
  • 1999 There’s No One Quite Like You
  • 2001 Have Yourself A Blessed Christmas

 

Below are some photos of Del Delker

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

 

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

 

 

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

25 facts about Del Delker, Albums and Pictures

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Del_Delker

Voice of Prophecy website

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White (1827-1915)

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen Gould White was a religious writer, missionary and co-founder of the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’. Helen lived most of her life during the nineteenth century. – Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

She was well known for her visions and writing skills, she has written over 5000 articles and 40 books during her lifetime. Some of her well-known publications include, ‘The Desire of Ages’, ‘The Great Controversy’ and ‘Steps to Christ’. Her publications are revered today as many believe her works are direct revelations from god. Her works have been translated in over 140 languages across the world and her publications mostly threw light upon topics pertaining to theology, evangelism, education, creationism and agriculture.

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos – Credits: Bible.ca

As an advocate of vegetarianism, she stressed on the importance of treating animals with respect and believed that vegetarianism would help human beings grow spiritually. Some of her works on health and nutrition include ‘ Healthful Living’, ‘Important Facts Of Faith: Laws Of Health, And Testimonies’, ‘The Health Food Ministry’ and ‘Counsels on Diet and Foods’. She is believed to have been a woman of remarkable spiritual gifts whose religious efforts made an impact on millions of people around the world.

 

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

 

Childhood & Early Life

Ellen G. White was born to Robert Harmon, a farmer and Eunice Harmon, in the village of Gorham located in Cumberland Country, Maine.
Ellen and her twin sister Elizabeth were born on November 26, 1827. She lived with her family and seven siblings on a small farm near a village in Gorham and helped with the family, hat making business.

At the age of nine, Ellen was running towards home with her sister Elizabeth and another friend when an older classmate shouted some angry words and threw a stone that hit her in the face which severely disfigured her nose and left her in coma for several weeks, owing to serious head injuries. This occurred while she was living in Portland, Maine, and probably attending the Bracket Street School.

At the age of 12, she attended ‘The Methodist camp meeting’, a Protestant Christian organization and converted to a Protestant Christian on June 26, 1842, baptized by John Hobart.

Marriage and family

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

On August 30, 1846, she married James Springer White, the co-founder of the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’. The The Whites had four sons: Henry Nichols, James Edson (known as Edson), William Clarence (known as Willie or W. C.), and John Herbert.
Only Edson and William lived to adulthood. John Herbert died of erysipelas at the age of three months, and Henry died of pneumonia at the age of 16 in 1863.

READ ALSO: List of presidents of the Seventh Day Adventist Church from 1863 till date – Updated

She died at the age of 87 at her home in Elmshaven, California, now an Adventist Historical Site. She is interred at Oak Hill Cemetery, Battle Creek, Michigan.

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Career

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

  • In 1844, she reported to have had her first ‘spiritual vision’, in which she supposedly saw ‘Advent people’ travelling towards the city of Jerusalem.
  • In 1845, she experienced her second and third ‘spiritual vision’, after which she gave testimonies of her experiences in public and private meetings at her home.
  • In 1846, an account of her first spiritual visions and experiences titled, ‘Letter From Sister Harmon’ was published in ‘Day Star’, a local Cincinnati newspaper.
  • In 1851, she authored ‘Christian Experience and Views’ and in 1858, her controversial book on Jesus and Satan titled, ‘The Great Controversy’ was published.
  • In 1863, she co-founded ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’ along with her husband, James Springer White. This is a Protestant Christian organisation that still has innumerable followers from all over the world.
  • To promote vegetarianism, she authored ‘Important Facts Of Faith: Laws Of Health, And Testimonies’, a book on the do’s and don’ts of eating, in 1864.
  • In 1866, she set up the Western Health Reform Institute in Battle Creek, Michigan to provide health care services for the sick and the needy.
  • In 1892, she authored ‘Steps To Christ’, an evangelistic book, published by the Fleming H. Revell Company.
  • In 1896, her book ‘Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing’ was published. It was a book about Jesus Christ’s ‘sermon on the mount’.
  • She was a firm believer in a Christian education system and authored books on the same. Some of her publications in this category include ‘Christian Education’ and ‘Education’.
  • A health reform activist, she stressed on the importance of health reforms and inaugurated a ‘health educational program’ in church. For this cause she contributed an article for a 64 page pamphlet titled, ‘Health or How to Live’, which was circulated in church.
  • Published in 1905, her book, ‘The Ministry of Healing’, is a detailed account on the principles of healthy living.

Major Works

In 1863, she co-founded the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’, which as of 2007, was declared the 6th largest international protestant Christian organization that has successfully baptized 17.2 million people. It runs several schools, hospitals and publishing houses in over 200 countries across the world.
‘Steps To Christ’, published in 1892, is her most popular and widely read book which has been translated into 150 languages across the world. In 2008, over 18 million copies of this book were distributed across The United States.Major Works

In 1863, she co-founded the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’, which as of 2007, was declared the 6th largest international protestant Christian organization that has successfully baptized 17.2 million people. It runs several schools, hospitals and publishing houses in over 200 countries across the world.
‘Steps To Christ’, published in 1892, is her most popular and widely read book which has been translated into 150 languages across the world. In 2008, over 18 million copies of this book were distributed across The United States.

Final years and death

White spent the final years of her life in Elmshaven, her home in Saint Helena, California after the death of her husband James White in 1881. During her final years she traveled less frequently as she concentrated upon writing her last works for the church.

She died on July 16, 1915, at her home in Elmshaven, which is now an Adventist Historical Site. After three funerals, she was buried with her husband James White in Oak Hill Cemetery, Battle Creek, Michigan.

Ellen G. White’s most popular and influential writings.

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Conflict of the Ages (book series)

  • Patriarchs and Prophets – Reflections on the first half of the Old Testament
  • Prophets and Kings – Reflections on the second half of the Old Testament.
  • The Desire of Ages – Reflections on the life of Christ
  • The Acts of the Apostles – Reflections on the early New Testament church
  • The Great Controversy – Reflections on Christian history and prophecies about the end times

Others

  • Steps to Christ – an evangelistic book explaining how to have a living connection with Jesus Christ[6]
  • Christ’s Object Lessons – an exposition of the meaning of the parables of Jesus[7]
  • Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing – an exposition of Jesus’ lessons in the Sermon on the Mount[8]
  • Testimonies for the Church, 9 vols. 1855–1909[9]
  • Early Writings
  • Selected Messages 1958, 1980
  • Education
  • The Ministry of Healing
  • A Word to the “Little Flock.” 1847. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1847. Facsimile reproduction. 30 pp.
  • A Sketch of the Christian Experience and Views of Ellen G. White. 1851. Saratoga Springs, NY: James White. 1851. 64 pp.
  • Supplement to the Christian Experience and Views of Ellen G. White. 1854. Rochester, NY: James White, 1854. 48 pp. [ExV54]
  • An Appeal to Mothers. 1864. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1864. 63 pp. [ApM]
  • An Appeal to the Youth. 1864. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1864. 95 pp. [AY]
  • A Solemn Appeal. 1870. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1870. 272 pp. [SA]
  • Life Sketches of James and Ellen White. 1880. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1880. 416 pp. [LS80]
  • Early Writings of Ellen G. White. 1882. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1945. 324 pp. [EW]
  • Sketches From the Life of Paul. 1883. Battle Creek, MI: Review and Herald, 1883, 1974 facsimile. 334 pp. [LP]
  • Historical Sketches of the Foreign Missions of the Seventh-day Adventists. 1886. Basle: Imprimerie Polyglotte, 1886. 294 pp. [HS]
  • The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan. 1888. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1907. 722 pp. [GC88]
  • Life Sketches of James and Ellen White. 1888. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1888. 453 pp. [LS88]
  • The Sanctified Life. 1889. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1956. 110 pp. [SL]
  • Christian Temperance and Bible Hygiene. 1890. Battle Creek, MI: Good Health Publishing Co., 1890. 268 pp. [CTBH]
  • Patriarchs and Prophets. 1890. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1958. 805 pp. [PP]
  • Gospel Workers. 1892. Battle Creek, MI: Review and Herald Publishing Co., 1901. 480 pp. [GW92]
  • Steps to Christ. 1892. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1956. 134 pp. [SC] Steps to Christ – Read the 1892 version online Animated with streaming audio.
  • Christian Education. 1893. Battle Creek, MI: International Tract Society, 1894. 255 pp. [CE]
  • Story of Jesus. 1896, 1900. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1949. 190 pp. [SJ]
  • Thoughts From the Mount of Blessing. 1896. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1955. 172 pp. [MB]
  • Healthful Living. 1897. Battle Creek, MI: Medical Missionary Board, 1898. 336 pp. [HL]
  • Special Testimonies on Education. c. 1897. no imprint. 240 pp. [SpTEd]
  • The Desire of Ages. 1898. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1940. 863 pp. [DA]
  • The Southern Work. 1898, 1901. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1966. 96 pp. [SW]
  • Christ’s Object Lessons. 1900. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1941. 436 pp. [COL]
  • Testimonies on Sabbath-School Work. 1900. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1900. 128 pp. [TSS]

 

  • Manual for Canvassers. 1902. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1902. 78 pp. [MC]
  • Education. 1903. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1952. 324 pp. [Ed][10]
  • The Ministry of Healing. 1905. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1942. 540 pp. [MH][11]
  • The Acts of the Apostles. 1911. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1911. 633 pp. [AA]
  • The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan. 1911. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing
  • Association, 1950. 719 pp. [GC]
  • Counsels to Parents, Teachers, and Students. 1913. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1943. 575 pp. [CT]
  • Gospel Workers. 1915. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1948. 534 pp. [GW]
  • Life Sketches of Ellen G. White. 1915. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1943. 480 pp. [LS]
  • Prophets and Kings. 1917. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1943. 752 pp. [PK]
  • Colporteur Evangelist. 1920. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1920. 112 pp. [CEv]
  • Christian Experience and Teachings of Ellen G. White. 1922. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1940. 268 pp. [CET]
  • Counsels on Health. 1923. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1957. 687 pp. [CH]
  • Fundamentals of Christian Education. 1923. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1923. 576 pp. [FE]
  • Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers. 1923. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1962. 566 pp. [TM]
  • Christian Service. 1925. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1947. 283 pp. [ChS]
  • Testimony Studies on Diet and Foods. 1926. Loma Linda, CA: College of Medical Evangelists, 1926. 199 pp. [TSDF]
  • Messages to Young People. 1930. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1930. 498 pp. [MYP]

 

  • Medical Ministry. 1932. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1963. 355 pp. [MM]
  • A Call to Medical Evangelism and Health Education. 1933. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1954. 47 pp. [CME]
  • Counsels on Diet and Foods. 1938. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1976. 511 pp. [CD]
  • Counsels on Sabbath School Work. 1938. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1938. 192 pp. [CSW]
  • Counsels on Stewardship. 1940. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1940. 372 pp. [CS]
  • Counsels to Writers and Editors. 1946. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1946. 192 pp. [CW]
  • Country Living. 1946. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1946. 32 pp. [CL]
  • Evangelism. 1946. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1970. 747 pp. [Ev]
  • Radiant Religion. 1946. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1946. 271 pp. [RR]
  • The Story of Redemption. 1947. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1980. 445 pp. [SR]
  • Temperance. 1949. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1949. 309 pp. [Te]
  • With God at Dawn. 1949. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1949. 367 pp. [??]
  • The Adventist Home. 1952. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1980. 583 pp. [AH]
  • My Life Today. 1952. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1952. 377 pp. [ML]
  • Welfare Ministry. 1952. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1952. 349 pp. [WM]
 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

  • Colporteur Ministry. 1953. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1953. 176 pp. [CM]
  • Child Guidance. 1954. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1954. 616 pp. [CG]
  • Sons and Daughters of God. 1955. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1955. 383 pp. [SD]
  • Counsels for the Church. 1957. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1991. 462 pp. [CCh]
  • Help in Daily Living. 1957. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 2002. 64 pp. [HDL]
  • The Faith I Live By. 1958. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1973. 426 pp. [FLB]
  • Our High Calling. 1961. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1961. 380 pp. [OHC]
  • That I May Know Him. 1964. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1964. 382 pp. [TMK]
  • In Heavenly Places. 1967. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1967. 382 pp. [HP]
  • Conflict and Courage. 1970. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1970. 381 pp. [CC]
  • Confrontation. 1970. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1970. 93 pp. [Con]
  • The Health Food Ministry. 1970. Washington, D.C.: Ellen G. White Publications, 1970. 95 pp. [HFM]
  • A New Life. 1972 Washington, D. C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1972. 64 pp. [NL]
  • God’s Amazing Grace. 1973. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1973. 383 pp. [AG]
  • Christian Leadership. 1974. Washington, D.C.: Ellen G. White Estate, Inc., 1985. 77 pp. [ChL]
  • Maranatha; The Lord Is Coming. 1976. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1976. 383 pp. [Mar]
  • Mind, Character, and Personality. 2 vols. 1977. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1977. 882pp. [1MCP, 2MCP]
  • Testimonies to Southern Africa. 1977. Cape Town, South Africa: South African Union Conference of Seventh-day
  • Adventists, 1977. 98 pp. [TSA]
  • Faith and Works. 1979. Nashville, Tennessee: Southern Publishing Association, 1979. 122 pp. [FW]
  • This Day With God. 1979. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1979. 384 pp. [TDG]
  • Peter’s Counsel to Parents. 1981. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1981. 63 pp. [PCP]
  • The Upward Look. 1982. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1982. 383 pp. [UL]
  • Letters to Young Lovers. 1983. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1983. 94 pp. [LYL]
  • The Publishing Ministry. 1983. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1983. 430 pp. [PM]
  • Reflecting Christ. 1985. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1985. 382 pp. [RC]
  • Lift Him Up. 1988. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1988. 382 pp. [LHU]
  • The Voice in Speech and Song. 1988. Boise, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1988. 480 pp. [VSS]
  • Testimonies on Sexual Behavior, Adultery, and Divorce. 1989. Silver Spring, MD: Ellen G. White Estate, 1989. 270 pp. [TSB]

 

  • The Retirement Years. 1990. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1990. 24 pp. [RY]
  • Our Father Cares. 1991. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1991. 350 pp. [OFC]
  • Last Day Events. 1992. Boise, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1992. 330 pp. [LDE]
  • Pastoral Ministry. 1995 Silver Spring, MD: General Conference Ministerial Association, 1995. 287 pp. [PaM]
  • Ye Shall Receive Power. 1995. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1995. 382 pp. [YRP]
  • The Truth About Angels. 1996. Boise, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1996. 314 pp. [TA]
  • Darkness Before Dawn. 1997. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1997. 64 pp. [DD]
  • Daughters of God. 1998. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1998. 275 pp. [DG]
  • Christ Triumphant. 1999. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1999. 384 pp. [CTr]
  • A Call to Stand Apart. 2002. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2002. 120 pp. [CSA]
  • Prayer. 2002. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 2002. 320 pp. [Pr]
  • Heaven. 2003. Nampa, ID: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 2003. 192 pp. [Hvn]
  • To Be Like Jesus. 2004. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2004. 383 pp. [BLJ]
  • A Place Called Oakwood. 2007. Hagerstown, MD: 180 pp. Compiled by Benjamin J. Baker
  • From the Heart. 2010. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2010. 377 pp. [??]
  • Manuscript Releases. 21 vols. 1981, 1987, 1990, 1993. Silver Spring, MD: Ellen G. White Estate, 1981, 1987, 1990, 1993. [1MR, 2MR, etc.]
  • Selected Messages. 3 books. 1958, 1980. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1958, 1980. [1SM, 2SM, 3SM]
  • Sermons and Talks. 2 vols. 1990, 1994. Silver Spring, MD: Ellen G. White Estate, 1990, 1994. [1SAT, 2SAT]
  • The Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary: Ellen G. White Comments. 7 vols. plus supplement (vol. 7A). 1953–1957. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1970. [1BC, 2BC, etc.]
  • The Spirit of Prophecy. 4 vols. 1870, 1877, 1878, 1884. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing
  • Association, 1969 facsimile. [1SP, 2SP, etc.]
  • Spiritual Gifts. 4 vols. 1858, 1860, 1864. Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-day Adventist Publishing Association, 1945 facsimile. [1SG, 2SG, 3SG, 4aSG, 4bSG]
  • Testimonies for the Church. 9 vols. 1855–1909. Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press Publishing Association, 1948. [1T, 2T, etc.])
  • Contemporary adaptations
  • Because many younger readers report finding the original language old-fashioned and hence challenging to read, several modern adaptations of White’s books have been produced which update and simplify the language. Editors have tried to preserve the original meaning.[12]

A Call to Stand Apart, an adaptation and compilation of various topics

Adaptations of the 5-volume “Conflict of the Ages” series have been commissioned by the General Conference to complement the Cornerstone Sabbath School lessons in 2007–2011. They are aimed at younger readers:

  • The Beginning of the End, an adaptation of Patriarchs and Prophets. Pacific Press; publisher’s page
  • Royalty and Ruin, an adaptation of Prophets and Kings. Pacific Press; publisher’s page
  • Humble Hero, an adaptation of The Desire of Ages. Pacific Press; publisher’s page
  • Unlikely Leaders, from The Acts of the Apostles. Pacific Press; publisher’s page
  • Love under Fire, from The Great Controversy. Pacific Press; distributor’s page

Daily devotional books

  • Radiant Religion. 1946. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1946. 271 pp. [RR]
  • With God at Dawn. 1949. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1949. 367 pp. [??]
  • My Life Today. 1952. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1952. 377 pp. [ML]
  • Sons and Daughters of God. 1955. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1955. 383 pp. [SD]
  • The Faith I Live By. 1958. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1973. 426 pp. [FLB]
  • Our High Calling. 1961. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1961. 380 pp. [OHC]
  • That I May Know Him. 1964. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1964. 382 pp. [TMK]
  • In Heavenly Places. 1967. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1967. 382 pp. [HP]
  • Conflict and Courage. 1970. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1970. 381 pp. [CC]
  • God’s Amazing Grace. 1973. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1973. 383 pp. [AG]
  • Maranatha, The Lord Is Coming. 1976. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1976. 383 pp. [Mar]
  • This Day With God. 1979. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1979. 384 pp. [TDG]
  • The Upward Look. 1982. Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1982. 383 pp. [UL]
  • Reflecting Christ. 1985. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1985. 382 pp. [RC]
  • Lift Him Up. 1988. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1988. 382 pp. [LHU]
  • Our Father Cares. 1991. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1991. 350 pp. [OFC]
  • Ye Shall Receive Power. 1995. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1995. 382 pp. [YRP]
  • Christ Triumphant. 1999. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 1999. 384 pp. [CTr]
  • To Be Like Jesus. 2004. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2004. 383 pp. [BLJ]
  • From the Heart. 2010. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association, 2010. 377 pp. [??]

Periodicals

These are some of the periodicals in which White’s articles are featured and the rest can be obtained from the Ellen G. White database:

  • Advocate January 1, 1902 Instruction to Teachers
  • Bible Echo February 1, 1893 The Privilege of Prayer.
  • Central Advance April 8, 1903 Tested and Tried
  • Educational Messenger March 19, 1909 Our School Work
  • Field Tidings June 8, 1910 Work in the South
  • Good Samaritan February 1, 1860 Pure Religion.
  • Health Reformer August 1, 1866 Duty to Know Ourselves.
  • Indiana Reporter September 16, 1903 Canvassing a Part of the Lord’s Work.
  • Lake Union Herald November 4, 1908 A Revival Needed.
  • Medical Missionary May 1, 1892 Labourers Together with God.
  • New York Indicators June 12, 1907 Be In Earnest
  • Oriental watchman December 1, 1909 A Friend to the Friendless
  • Pacific Health Journal July 1, 1897 Mind Disease.
  • Review and Herald July 21, 1851 To the Remnant Scattered Abroad.
  • Southern Watchman March 6, 1902 The Grace of Silence.
  • True Missionary February 1, 1874 The Work for this Time.
  • West India Messenger July 1, 1912 Be Not Troubled Over Minor Matters
  • Youth’s Instructor August 1, 1852 Communications.

More Photos:

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

 Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Ellen G. White: Biography, Publications, and Photos

Reference

http://www.whiteestate.org/about/egwbio.asp
https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/ellen-g-white-3407.php
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_G._White_bibliography
http://www.paperbackswap.com/Ellen-G-White/author/

Picture credit: Ellen G white Estate, Inc

Why Seventh-day Adventists are not fundamentalists

Why Seventh-day Adventists are not fundamentalists

Andrews University Church History professor, Nicholas Miller, in the opening plenary of the “Situating Adventist History” conference on the campus of Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Maryland, United States, on Jan. 8. said “Seventh-day Adventists are not fundamentalists,”

The Association of Seventh-day Adventist Historians event, sponsored by the Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research and Washington Adventist University, brought dozens of Seventh-day Adventist historians, researchers, and professors together for two days of presentations, Q&A sessions, and discussions.

Miller’s presentation, entitled “Adventism, Fundamentalism, and the Bible,” provided historical evidence that shows how Adventism, while a Conservative movement, has for the most part being able to steer away from some of the fundamentalist pitfalls, adopting a more balanced approach to various issues, including the inspiration of Scripture. It is something, said Miller, that is rooted in the ideas that influenced the early history of the denomination, something that underlines the importance of researching Adventist history.

Why Adventists Should Care About History

Seventh-day Adventist world church Director of Archives, Statistics, and Research David Trim agreed. In his opening remarks, he said that while research in Adventist history has skyrocketed in the last few decades, it is essential to provide context to many of those studies. “Adventist history is being transformed,” he said, “but we need to contextualize, to put it in a wider context.”

Why? In an interview on the sidelines of the conference, Trim explained that to understand themselves, it is essential Seventh-day Adventists are aware of the forces that shaped what they are today, and how some of those forces are still influencing the way they act and the decisions they make. “[Adventists] do not exist in a vacuum,” he said. “[They] are part of a specific set of geographical and historical circumstances which affects their plans and projects, even the way they see their mission.”

Far from Fundamentalism

In this regard, Miller’s presentation mentioned some of the ideas that provide background and influenced early Adventism. He specifically referred to three notions that, he believes, shaped the thinking of Adventist pioneers. “Pioneers did not believe absolute proof was needed to understand truth. They believed in the role of judgment for apprehending truth,” he said as a first point.

Miller also explained that unlike fundamentalists, Adventist pioneers, including church co-founder Ellen G. White, believed that apprehending truth was based on God’s Word, but that it was also possible to get important insights from “the book of nature,” and “in experiencing God’s working in human lives.” It is something, he said, that allowed Adventist pioneers to arrive at different conclusions from other Christian fundamentalists on topics such as eternal punishment, women speaking in church, and slavery, to name a few.

Finally, early Adventists were influenced by the notion of God’s moral government as an interpretive presupposition, which according to Miller, calls for seeing problematic Bible verses through the lens of God’s goodness. “So, for instance, when the Bible spoke about eternal fire,” said Miller, “early Adventists looked for alternative explanations, since they understood that a good God would never punish His children for eternity.”

“All of this makes Adventism a different religious stream than fundamentalism,” he said.

Conservative and Pragmatic

Underlying this dynamic development of Adventist understanding, Miller discussed some historical Adventist tensions regarding the idea of inspiration. While fundamentalists have usually defended the verbal inerrancy of Scripture—i.e., that the Bible lacks error in every way in all matters—, Seventh-day Adventists, for the most part, have not. “Seventh-day Adventists take a high view of Scripture, but do not believe in the verbal inerrancy of it,” he said. The same applies to White’s writings. She herself did not support it, said Miller.

After Ellen G. White’s death in 1915, her son William White tried to keep alive his mother’s view on inspiration, opposing movements supporting verbal inerrancy, said Miller. But the rise of liberal Christian thought encouraged Adventist leaders to side with fundamentalists on many topics over the next couple of decades, and the idea of verbal inerrancy infiltrated in the church. “It is something that ended up shifting the church’s approach to race and women, for instance, that to that point had been pragmatically progressive.”

Currently, we live in an era of growing internationalism in Adventism, said Miller. “Against that backdrop, we have a Conservative church, but time and again it has proved it is not a fundamentalist one,” he concluded.

Alec Ryrie, a professor and author at the University of Durham, England, seemed to agree with Miller’s thesis. In discussing the place of Adventism in Protestant history, he said that Adventism avoided the pitfalls that sunk other movements.

“Historically, Protestant movements distrusted governments—they refused to get involved in politics, or they just ignored government altogether,” said Ryrie. “But Seventh-day Adventists chose a different way. They talked about voting and participating in government. And in the American Civil War, while opposing slavery, they spoke against both sides of the dispute.”

The same applies to apocalyptic thought. After Jesus did not return to Earth in 1844, Adventists avoided either choosing other dates or moving away from apocalyptic thought. “Seventh-day Adventists chose a third option,” said Ryrie, who is not an Adventist Church member himself. “They explained the date was correct, but not the event.”

Ryrie believes that unlike other denominations, part of the Adventist success is that it has managed to hold on to apocalyptic thought without becoming unbalanced. “Adventism is essentially pragmatic,” he said.

Adventist leaders call for international cooperation to end abuse of refugees in Libya(Details)

Adventist leaders call for international cooperation to end abuse of refugees in Libya(Details)

Adventist Church believes each person bears the mark of the Creator and condemns practice of slavery and all other forms of human trafficking.

Recent video evidence of an active slave market in the north African country of Libya has focused international attention on what has, until now, been a largely unpublicized human rights tragedy, says a Seventh-day Adventist Church spokesperson.

“What this video reveals is the shocking and ruthless exploitation of vulnerable human beings; refugees who are desperately seeking an escape from poverty and violence,” says Nelu Burcea, who is the Adventist Church’s liaison to the United Nation and an associate director of its Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL) department. “Our church joins those who are calling for concerted international action to end this immense human rights disaster in North Africa.”

According to Burcea, the slave trade in Libya represents just one part of a much larger picture of abuse of African refugees. Libya’s geographical position, just across the Mediterranean Sea from Italy, has made it a major transit point for African refugees seeking to enter Europe. The United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that some 450,000 people have attempted the dangerous sea journey from Libya to Europe during the past three years.

However, with increasing European efforts to end human smuggling and to turn back refugee boats, a growing number of refugees find themselves trapped in Libya’s overflowing detention centers and makeshift refugee camps. Reports from these facilities speak of deteriorating conditions, poor organization, and lawlessness. As the situation worsens, various local militia and tribal groups have moved to exploit those who are trapped in Libya, with no means to either continue on to Europe as refugees, or to return to their home country.

Last week, the UN Security Council held an emergency meeting and vowed to step up its efforts to end the abuse of refugees in Libya. UN Secretary General António Guterres said that this trade in human beings has “no place in the 21st century.”

Rick McEdward, president of the church’s Middle East and North Africa Union Mission (MENA), says Libya’s recent history has been difficult, with tremendous loss of life due to a prolonged civil crisis. He calls the treatment of refugees documented in the video a “horrific violation of basic human rights.”

“We must not allow broken human systems to tear people down and treat them as commodities for trade,” says McEdward. “As a church, we add our voice to encourage all political, commercial, and religious leaders to unite in word and deed to protect the God-given dignity of individuals. We must stand together to condemn the abusive practice of slavery and all other forms of human trafficking.”

Ganoune Diop, director of PARL for the Adventist world church, says that the global church is committed to defending the right of every person to be treated with dignity and respect. “As Adventists, we believe that every human being bears the sacred mark of their Creator and is imbued with infinite worth, and we will therefore continue to speak out at the highest levels against the abuse of refugees and migrants.”

The PARL department of the Adventist Church will take up this issue at the United Nations on January 22 next year when it co-sponsors the Fourth Annual Symposium on the Role of Religion and Faith-based Organizations in International Affairs. The theme of this one-day event, which will be held in the United Nations Secretariat in New York, will be “Perspectives on Migration: Displacement and Marginalization, Inclusion and Justice.” The Adventist Church is one of four main organizers of this series of symposiums, which bring together other nongovernmental organizations, UN officials, and religious leaders to explore ways that faith-based groups can work alongside international entities to foster a more peaceful and secure world.

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018 (Details)

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018 (Details)

The Seventh Day Adventist Church is an organized denomination that runs almost the same program worldwide. They may live and worship in far-flung places, but the 19.1 million Seventh-day Adventists worldwide are not only a faith community—they’re a family.

But finding a sense of togetherness can be difficult. One way Adventists can promote community across time zones is by celebrating special emphasis days and events together. The Adventist Church’s calendar of Special Emphasis Days and Events not only encourages unity, it also helps raise awareness of key issues, such as abuse prevention, family and religious freedom.

Adventist Church leadership invites you and your church to join your global family in celebrating these emphasis days and events.

CALENDAR OF SPECIAL DAYS AND EVENTS – WORLD 2018

January 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

  • 3-13: Ten Days of Prayer – GC-MIN
  • 13: Health Ministries – Divisions
  • 20: Religious Liberty Day – GC/NAD-PARL

February 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

  • 3: Reach the World: Personal Outreach – GC-SSPM
  • 10-17: Christian Home and Marriage Week – GC-FM

March 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

  • 4: Women’s Day of Prayer – GC-WM
  • 10: Adventist World Radio – GC-AWR
  • 17-24: Youth Week of Prayer – GC-YOU
  • 17: Global Children’s Day – GC-CHM
  • 17: Global Youth Day – GC-YOU
  • 24: Christian Education – Divisions

 

April 2018

  • 7: Day of Prayer and Fasting – R&RCom
  • 7: Youth Spiritual Commitment – Divisions
  • 14: Friends of Hope Day (Visitor’s Day) – GC-SSPM
  • 14: Mission Promotion (World Mission) – GC-AM
  • 21-27: Literature Evangelism Rally Week – Divisions
  • 21: World Impact Day—for Distribution – Divisions
  • 28: Special Needs Awareness Day – GC-SNM

May 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

  • 5-26: Drug Awareness Month – GC-HM
  • 5: Reach the World: Using – GC-COM
  • 12: Reach the World: In the Community (#Disaster/Famine Relief) – GC-PM/DIV
  • 26: World Day of Prayer for Children – GC-CHM

June 2018

  • 2: Reach the World: Bible Study: GC-SSPM Sabbath School and Correspondence Courses
  • 9: Women’s Ministries Emphasis Day – GC-WM
  • 16: Reach the World: Nurturing Other – GC-SSPM
  • Members and Reclaiming
  • 16: Adventist Church World – Refugee Day

READ ALSO: List of presidents of the Seventh Day Adventist Church from 1863 till date – Updated

July 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

Seventh Day Adventist Church Calendar for 2018

  • 7: Day of Prayer and Fasting – R&RCom
  • 14: Missions Promotion (World Mission) – GC-AM
  • 21: Reach the World: Media Ministry – GC-COM
  • 28: Children’s Sabbath – GC-CHM

August 2018

  • 4: Global Mission Evangelism – Divisions
  • 11: Reach the World: Church Planting – GC-AM
  • 18: Education Day – GC-EDU
  • 25: enditnow Day – GC-WM
  • 25: #Lay Evangelism- Divisions

September 2018

  • 1: #Youth Spiritual Commitment – Divisions Celebration (Southern Hemisphere)
  • 2-8: Family Togetherness Week – GC-FM
  • 8: Mission Promotion Unusual Opportunity* GC-AM
  • 15: Pathfinder Day – GC-YOU
  • 22: #Sabbath School Guest Day – Divisions

October 2018

  • 6: Day of Prayer and Fasting – R&RCom
  • 6: Adventist Review Subscription – GC-ARPromotion
  • 13: Pastor Appreciation Day – GC-MIN
  • 19-21: Global Public Campus Ministries – GC-PCMWeekend
  • 20: Spirit of Prophecy and – GC-White Estate Adventist Heritage
  • 27: Creation Sabbath – Faith&ScCou

November 2018

  • 3-10: Week of Prayer – GC-AR
  • 1: Annual … GC-AM

December 2018

  • 1: #Stewardship – Divisions
  • 8: #Health Emphasis – Divisions

*For divisions not on the Combined Offering Plan
#Divisions to prepare materials

40 Genesis Bible Quiz Questions for Youth Programs with Answers

40 Genesis Bible Quiz Questions for Youth Programs with Answers

How well do you know the first book of the Bible (Genesis), It contains the creation story, dramas and many bible characters. The quiz for youth below will show how much you know the book of Genesis. Although it was designed for youths, adults are also free to participate.

Check out the answers immediately after the questions. Share your results in the comments below, and don’t forget to share with your friends!

40 Questions on the book of Genesis

1.The world was created by God in how many days?

2. What did God do on the seventh day?

3. The account of Adam and Eve disobedience was recorded in what chapter in Genesis?

 

4.Where was the first Gospel promise found?

5. How old was Methuselah before he died?

6. How many rivers watered the Garden of Eden?

7. How many sons has Noah?

8. What are the names of the rivers that watered the Garden of Eden?

9. Adam lived for how many years?

10. Name the sons of Noah?

11.What kind of wood did God ask Noah to use in building the Ark?

12. The flood in Noah time lasted for how many days?

13. Noah preached for _________ years?

14. The water in Noah time prevailed upon the earth for _____days?

15. Name the twelve sons of Jacob?

16. Who was the wife of Isaac?

17. The ark of Noah rested on mount______?

18. Who was the father of Abraham?

19. Jacob dreamed and behold a ladder set upon the earth, and the top reaches unto heaven and behold the angel ascending and descending, he called that place ______?

20. What was the name of the nearest town that Lot flee to when the angels wanted to destroy Sodom?

21. How many wives has Jacob?

22. After the death of Sarah, Abraham married______?

23. Name the wives of Jacob?

24. The numbers of the children of Israel that came to Egypt to meet Joseph were_____?

25. What was the name of Joseph’s wife?

26. How many sons has Joseph?

27. How many years did Jacob served Laban before he left with his wives, sons and cattle?

28. How many years did Jacob lived in Egypt before he died?

29. Where did Laban met Jacob when he was running away with his wives, sons and cattle?

30. What is the name of the prince that defiled Dinah the daughter of Jacob?

31. Where did the angel of the lord met Hagar when she was running away from her mistress Sarah?

32. What lie did Abraham told Abimelech the king of Gerar?

33. When Joseph father and brethren came to Egypt they dwell at _____?

34. What was the name of Hagar’s son?

35. What were the names of Leah and Rachel’s maid?

36. Who made this statement and to whom? ‘Is anything too hard for the lord? At the appointed time I will return unto thee according to the time of life’.

37. What was the dream of the chief baker of pharaoh while in prison?

⁠⁠⁠38. What was the prayer offered by Abraham servant at Nahor in search of a bride for his master son?

39. What was the Gift offered by Abraham servant to Rebekah?

40. How many men where with Esau when he was coming to meet his brother Jacob?

 

Answers

1. 6 literal days (Genesis 1:31)

2. He rested ( 2v2)

3. Chapter 3

4. Genesis 3:15

5. 969 yrs (5v27)

6. four (4) ( 2v10)

7. 3 sons ( 5v32)

8. Gihon, Pison Hiddekel and Euphrates (2v11-14)

9. 930 yrs (5v5)

10. Ham, Shem and Japheth (5v32)

11. Gopher wood (6v14)

12. 40 days (7:17)

13. 120 yrs (6v3)

14. 150 days (7v24)

15. Reuben, Simon ,Judah, Levi, Zebulon, Issachar, Naphtali, Asher, Dan, Gad, Joseph and Benjamin

16. Rebekah (25v20)

17. Ara_rat (8v4)

18. Terah (11v26)

19. Bethel

20. Zoar (19v22)

21. Two wives (Genesis 30)

22. Keturah (25v1)

23. Leah and Rachael (Genesis 30)

24. Seventy(70) men ()

25. Asenath (41vs45)

26. Two sons (41v50)

27. Twenty yrs (31v41)

28. Seventeen yrs (47v28)

29. Mount Gilead (31v25)

30. Shechem (34v2)

31. shur (16v7)

32. Abraham told Abimelech that Sarah was his sister (20v2)

33. Goshen (47v27)

34. Ishmael (16v15)

35. Zilpah nd Bilhad (29v24, 29v29)

36.An angel to Abraham and Sarah (Genesis 18:14)

37. I had three white baskets on my head: and in the uppermost basket there was of all manner of bake meats for pharaoh and the birds did eat them out of the basket upon my head. (40v16 – 17)

38. lord God of my master Abraham, I pray thee, and let it came to pass,that the damsel to whom i shall say,let down thy pitcher, i pray thee,that i may drink; and she shall say, drink and i will give thy camel drink also:let the same she that thou has appointed for my master son Isaac; and thereby shall i know that thou hast show kindness unto my master. (25v12-14)

39. Jewels of silver, jewels of gold and Raiment (24v53)

40. Four hundred men (33v1)

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List of presidents of the Seventh Day Adventist Church from 1863 till date – Updated

List of presidents of the Seventh Day Adventist Church from 1863 till date – Updated

Updated – 2018. The Seventh Day Adventist Church runs a democratic system of government which means decisions are made by elected committees through the vote of members led by the Holy Spirit.
The organization consist of the following levels:

General Conference
Division
Union Conference/Mission
Conference/Mission
District
Local Church

A President is elected at the General Conference Session every 5 years and presides over the Executive Committee. Below is the list of G.C Presidents from 1863 till date with their respective pictures.

1. John Byington- He was the first president of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Country: United States
Duration: 1863-1865

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

2. James Springer White : He was also known as Elder J White and the husband of an Adventist pioneer, Author and prophetess – E.G White
Country: United State
Duration: 1865-1867

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

3. John N. Andrews -He was elected as the third president of the General Conference in 1867, following John Byington and James White.
Country: United States
Duration: 1867-1869

4. James Springer White- He was re-elected as the president of Seventh Day Adventist church in 1869
Country:United States
Duration: 1869-1871

5. George I Butler- He replaced James White as president of the general conference in 1871
Country:United States
Duration: 1871-1874

6. James Springer White – He returned to the presidency in 1874 to becomes the 6th president of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Country: United States
Duration: 1874-1880

7. George I Butler: He resumed the office again in 1880
Country: United States
Duration: 1880-1888

8. Ole A. Oslen: The 1888 General Conference Session elected Olsen as president.
Country: Norway
Duration: 1888-1897

 

9. George A. Irwin: He was elected President of the General Conference at the General Conference session held in Lincoln, Nebraska
Country: United States.
Duration: 1897-1901

10. Arthur G. Daniells: He happened to be the longest serving president of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Country: United States
Duration: 1901-1922

11. Williams A. Spicer: With the experience acquired as General Conference Secretary, Spicer was elected as president of the Seventh Day Adventist Church during the 1922 General Conference session
Country: United States
Duration: 1922-1930

12. Charles H. Watson: From 1922- 1926, he served as vice-president and associate treasurer of the General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist. He returned to North America in 1930 to attend the General Conference Session, where he was elected President of the General Conference
Country: Australia
Duration: 1930-1936

13. James L. McElhany
Duration: 1936-1950

14. William Henry Branson: He was elected as president of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in 1950.
Country: United States
Duration: 1950-1954

15. Reuben Richard Figuhr:15th President of the General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church
Country: United States
Duration: 1954-1966

 

 

16. Robert H.Pierson: Pierson was the third-longest serving president of the General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church
Country: United States
Duration: 1966-1979

17. Neal C.Wilson:
Country: United States
Duration: 1979-1990

 

18. Robert S Folkenberg:
Country: Puerto Rico
Duration: 1990-1999

19. Jan Paulsen: 19th President of the General Conference of Seventh day Adventist Church
Country:Norway
Duration: 1999-2010

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

20. Ted N.C. Wilson: He is the current president of the General Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church
Country: United States

Duration: 2010-2020

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria and Their Address updated

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

List of Presidents Of The Seventh Day Adventist Church From 1863 Till Date

All conferences of the Eastern Nigeria Union conference

All conferences of the Eastern Nigeria Union conference

1 Aba East Conference (AEC)
2 Aba North Conference (ANC)
3 Aba South Conference (ASC)
4 Abia-North-Central Conference (ABNC)
5 Akwa-Ibom Conference (AKC)
6 Ebonyi Conference (EBC)
7 Enugu Conference (EC)
8 Imo Conference (IC)
9 Port Harcourt Conference (PHC)
10 Rivers-East Conference (REC)
11 Rivers-West Conference (RWC)
12 South-East Conference (SEC)
13 Anambra Mission (AM)
14 Bayelsa Mission (BM)
15 Eastern Nigeria Union Conference (ENUC)

Edo Conference

AGBAZILO DISTRICT
Uromi – Iwalor Road Idijie Quarters, Uromi
Ubiaja – Shaka’s School, Wisdom Road Ubiaja
Egele – Opposite Nova Hotel, Egbele, Uromi
Ibhiedu – Ibhiedu Roundabout, Ibhiedu Ohordua

AKOKO-EDO DISTRICT
Igarra – 1 Prestige Secondary School, Along Technical School Road, Off Ibillo Express Road, Igarra
Ibillo – Opposite Ayunkun Hospital, Federal Govt. Road, Ibillo
Igarra – 2 No. 20 Oke-Ashpa Street, Ogbogbo Quarters, Igarra
Uneme – Nekhua Igboro Q uarters, Uneme-Nekhua

AUCHI DISTRICT
Iyora – Auchi/Apani Road. Iyora Uzaerue
Auchi – No. 1 Ebor Street, Behind Presidential Guest House, Auchi
ASF – Auchi Poly Engineering 101 Campus 1, Auchi Polytechnic, auchi
Ewora – Ewora, Auchi

ETSAKO DISTRICT
Ogbonna – Auchi-Agenebode Road, OkotonQuarters, Ogbona
Okpekpe – Abhioke Quarters, Okprkpe
Ekperi – Ugbekpe Roundabout, Ugbekpe Quarters, Ekperi
Fugar – Life Line Secondary School Premises, Fugar

EVBORIARA DISTRICT
Evboriara – No 66 Idahosa Street, Evboriara, Benin City
Ugbekun – No 47 Welfare Road Off Upper Saponba Road, Benin City
Ekae – By Old Road, Ogbeide Compound, Ekae, Benin City
Idogbo – Idogbo

GRA DISTRICT
GRA – No 7 Akpofa Avenue, Off Upper Adesuwa Rd, GRA, Benin City
Valley View – Behind Wellspring University Ogba, Benin City
Ugbor – Ugbor (GRA), Benin City

IKPOBA HILL
Ogbeson – No174 Old Agbor Rd. Benin City. ( Edo Conf. Headquarter)
Ohovbe – Ototiti St. Ohovbe Quarters, Benin City
Ramat/Aduduwa – No 1 SDA St. Off Ben Imade Rd, Off Upper mission Ext. Aduduwa

OKPEBHO DISTRICT
Ekpoma – No 5 Aisua Lane, Ekpoma
Iruekpen – Oide Lane(Ogerose), Idumegbede Quarters, Iruekpen
Irrua – No 9 Elebesunu Street, Irrua
Ogbodeko-Amahor – Ogbodeko-Amahor
Opoji – Along Opoji Grammer School Opoji Road, Opoji
Igueben – Igueben

OWAN DISTRICT
Afuze – No 626 Ohien Street, Off Akhigbe Stret, Afuze
Sabongida Ora – Ukpafiana Street, Off New Road, Behind Market, Sabo
Uokha – Idaho Quarters, Uokha

UGBOWO
ASF UNIBEN – University of Benin, Benin City
Isiohor/Evbuomore – Omo St. Off Evobuomere/Idunowina Boundary Rd, Benin City
NIFOR – c/o V. Erukainure, PMB 1030 NIFOR Benin City
Okhoro – No 7 Okotiti St, Off Efeduwuyi st, off Bobo-Oshodi st.Okhoro Road
Ugbowo- No 5b Asiriuwa Street, Off Uwasota Road, Ugbowo, Benin City
Uselu – No 10 Egualaba Street by Psychiatric Hospital,Uselu, Benin City
Uwellu – No 70 Eweka St. Off Uwellu Road, Uwellu Quarters, Benin City

UPPER MISSION DISTRICT
COMAC – Km 18, Benin/Auchi Rd. Evbuekoi Community,Benin City
M. M Way – No 81, Esigie Rd. Off M.M Way, Benin City
Oguola – Ahanor St. Off Upper Uwa Rd. Off M.M Way, Benin City
Upper Mission – No 8 Kadiri St. Off Ewah Rd. Benin City

UZEBU DISTRICT
Iguobazuwa – 3rd Lane, Uyigue St. Iguobazuwa
Okada – Okada
Ugbighoko Asoro – By 2nd Power Line, Benin City
Useh – Grace St. Off 2nd Power Line, Benin City
Uzebu – No 4 Osaretin St. By Uyiosa Primary School, Uzebu, Benin City

Ekiti Conference

AYETORO DISTRICT
AYETIORO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I
Usi Ekiti Road, P O Box 35, Ayetoro Ekiti.

Seventh-day Adventist Church II
Oke Oro, Palace Road, Ayetoro Ekiti.

USI
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Odedele Street, Along Ayetoro Road, Usi Ekiti.

IDO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Alapo Quarters, Off Osayintolu International Secondary School Road, Ido Ekiti.

EWU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Omu Street, Ewu Ekiti.

EPE DISTRICT
EPE*
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ijemu St., P O Box 26, Epe Ekiti.

IRO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Ola Compound, Osan Rd., Iro Ekiti.

IRA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ipakura, Epe Rd., Ira Ekiti.

OSAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Odo St., Ora Rd., Osan Ekiti.

OSUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Odo St., Ora Rd., Osan Ekiti.

OKE – AAFIN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Aafin St., Epe Ekiti.

ERINMOPE DISTRICT
ERINMOPE EKITI*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I
Otun Rd., Iloye St., Erinmope Ekiti.

Seventh-day Adventist Church II
Ilofa Rd., Oji St., Erinmope Ekiti.

AAYE OJA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ilegosi Compound, Aaye Ekiti.

IKUN DISTRICT

IKUN I*
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Otun Rd., Isawo St., Ikun Ekiti.

IKUN II
Bolorunduro Seventh-day Adventist Church
Bolorunduro St., Along Iye Rd., Ikun Ekiti.

IKOSU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ile Odo St., Ikosu Ekiti.

IGOGO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Okin St., Otun Rd., Igogo Ekiti.

ISAOYE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Inisa St., Isaoye Ekiti.

EDA ONIYO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Isolo St., Along Obo Rd., Eda Oniyo Ekiti.

OBADA EDA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ilije St., Along Iludun-Iye Rd., Obada Ekiti.

IPOTI DISTRICT

IPOTI*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I
Obalaaye Compound, P O Box 19, Ipoti Ekiti.

ODO OWA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Ose St., P O Box 44, Odo Owa Ekiti

IJERO EKITI
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Odo Oye St., Stadium Rd., Ijero Ekiti.

ARAMOKO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ado Rd., Aramoko Ekiti.

EFON ALAAYE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Idagba St., Efon Alaaye Ekiti.

IKORO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
No 8, Oluwole St., Ikoro Ekiti.

ISE/EMURE DISTRICT

ISE EKITI*
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
NO 15, Idemo Street, Ise – Ekiti.

EMURE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Olojido Quarters, Beside Demofek Clinic, Emure Ekiti.

ILUPEJU IJAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ise Road, Ilupeju – Ijan Ekiti.

KAJOLA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ekan St, Near Market Square, Kajola.

OGBESE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Behind AP Petrol Station, Along Ise Road, Ogbese.

OKESERI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Okeseri Community.

IWARO DISTRICT

IWARO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Iloro Rd., Beside LAME CO Filling Station, Iwaro, Ipoti Ekiti.

ISOKUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oluwatedo Quarters., Oke-Isokun, Ipoti Ekiti.

IJURIN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Abe Obi, Ogbon Owa St., Ijurin Ekiti.

ILORO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ipoti Rd, Opposite Ijurin Junction, Iloro Ekiti.

ODO ADO DISTRICT

ODO ADO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Igirigiri Rd., Opp Ayilola Saw Mill, P O Box 1746, Ado Ekiti.

AJILOSUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Opposite Mobil Filling Station, Ado Ekiti.

IKERE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ijoka St., Behind Yamaha Service Place Office, Ikere Ekiti.
OKE ILA

Seventh-day Adventist Church
Off Afao Rd., Oke Ila, Ado Ekiti.

FEDPOLY
Adventist Student Fellowship (ASF)
Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti.

SATELLITE
Adventist Student Fellowship (ASF)
Adjacent Fed Poly Satellite Campus, NTA Rd., Ado Ekiti.

IKERE (COE)
Adventist Student Fellowship (ASF)
College of Education, Ilawe Rd., Ikere – Ekiti

IJAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ado – Ijan Rd., Ijan Ekiti.

OMUO DISTRICT

IJERO OMUO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I
Ijero-Omuo Quarters, Along Ikare Road, Ijero – Omuo, Omuo Ekiti.

IJERO OMUO
Seventh-day Adventist Church II
Iremo Street, Ijero-Omuo Quarters, Omuo Ekiti.

OMUO OKE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ebidoore Street, Omuo – Oke Ekiti

ODE EKITI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ojioro Street, Ode Ekiti.

IMESI EKITI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Oke – Iseyin Street, Imesi – Ekiti.

IKOLE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Odo Oro Street, Ikole Ekiti.

ILASHA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Oke Oniyo Street, Ilasha – Ekiti.

OPOPOGBOORO DISTRICT

OPOPOGBOORO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
9, Raphael Olaiya St., Off Olora Layout, Opopogbooro, P O Box 1746, Ado Ekiti.

NOVA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Near NOVA Secondary School, P O Box 1746, Ado Ekiti.

OLORUNDA/OLORUNSOGO
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Zone 7, Olorunda Olorunsogo.

BASIRI
Restoration Hills,
New Iyin Rd., Ado Ekiti.

IFAKI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Iwoye, Near Radio Station, Oye Rd., Ifaki Ekiti.

SeveILAWEnth-day Adventist Church,
NO 15, Oke Ijewe St., Ilorin Qtrs. Ilawe.

IWOROKO
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
NO 7, Iloro St., Iworoko Ekiti.

IYIN
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Beside Oba’s Palace, Iyin Ekiti

OYE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Temidire St., Oye Ekiti.

OLORUNDA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Aba 110.

EKSU
Adventist Student Fellowship (ASF)
EKSU Main Campus, Iworoko Rd., Ado Ekiti.
IGEDE

Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Igede.

OTUN DISTRICT

ELETI*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I,
Opp Moba LG Secretariat, Otun Ekiti.

INISA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Inisa St., Otun Ekiti.]

IMAYAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Imayan St., Otun Ekiti.

ARAROMI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Behind SDA Primary School, Ilero St., Otun Ekiti.

ACHS
Adventist Comprehensive High School, Otun Ekiti.

*For District Headquarter
Credits
Pastor Alofe

Osun Conference

Osun Conference

AJAMOPO DISTRICT, AJAMOPO Seventh-day Adventist Church Ajamopo Street, Ife-City, Ile-Ife ORANFE Seventh-day Adventist Church Oranfe, Ife-City,

AJAMOPO DISTRICT,
AJAMOPO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ajamopo Street, Ife-City, Ile-Ife

ORANFE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oranfe, Ife-City, Ile-Ife

IGBOYA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
NO 1. Soji Adeniyi Street, Igboya, Ile-ife

SAGA/OBALOGUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Saga/Obalogun, Ile-Ife

EDE DISTRICT, OSUN CONFERENCE

AKEKUNWODO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Opp. O.S.T.C. Garage, Alekunwodo Area, Osogbo

AGS
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Adventist Grammar School, Ede.

AKODA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Off Okunola Okunmade Street, Akoda Road, Ede

ASF, ERINLE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Polytechnic Felowship, Erinle, Ede

ERINLE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Adeleke Site, Erinle, Ede.

AISU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Aisu, Ede

POPOOLA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Popoola, Ede

IKIRUN DISTRICT

IRAGBIJI
Seventh-day Adventist Church
No 87, Iragbiji Road, P.O. Box 420, Ikirun.

EXPRESS
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Express Road, Ikirun.

ASF IREE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Polytechnic Road, Iree.

IGBAJO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Behind Community Secondary School, Igbajo.

IRAGBIJI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Olorun Road, Iragbiji.

OTAN-AYEGBAJU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Otan-Ayegbaju

OBAAGUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Obaagun

EWETA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Eweta, Ikirun

ILE-IFE DISTRICT

LAGERE*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I
Ife-Ibadan Road, Opp. Total Filling Station P.M.B. 5559, Lagere, Ile-Ife

CHAPEL OF REDEMPTION
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Sda Hospital, Ile-Ife

AJEBAMIDELE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ibadan Road, Beside Duduyemi Hospital, Ajebamidele, Ile-Ife

IPETUMODU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
G.E.A. Office Road, Ipetumodu.

GBONGAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Ola Street, Gbongan.

ASF OAU
Adventist Student Fellowship
OAU, Ile-Ife

CHAPEL OF HOPE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ass, Lagos, Ile-Ife

KAJOLA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Kajola.

ILESA DISTRICT

ILESA*
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Isona Street, B.O.BOX 1905, Ilesa.

ILESA II
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
C/o Z 211 Bolorunduro Street, Ilesa.

IDO-IJESHA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ibadan Road, Ido-Ijesa.

IJEBU-IJESHA/IWOYE IJESHA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Dairo Estate, Ijebu-Jesha/Iwoye Ijesha.

IGBAGAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Behind Oba’s Palace, Igbagan.

ASF ESA-OKE
Seventh Student Fellowship,
Adelegan Street, Esa-Oke.

LAGERE-OSU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Balogun Road, Lagere-Osu.

OSU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Imelejo Street, Osu.

IPETU-IJESA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ipetu-Ijesa.

INISA DISTRICT

IDI-OPELE, INISA*
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Idi-Opele, Inisa.

INISA
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Opposite SDA Health Center, Inisa.

OKUKU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Isale Offa, Okuku.

OYEKU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Iyeku.

IREWOLE DISTRICT
APOMU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Total Filling Station, Ibadan Road, Apomu.

IKIRE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke-Awo Area, Ikire.

ORILE-OWU
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Orile-Owu

IWO DISTRICT

EJIGBO
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Ejigbo

IWO
Seventh-day Adventist Church II
Railway, Iwo.

OREMEJI-ODOORI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Oremeji-Odoori, P.O.BOX 25, Iwo

OKE-ILA DISTRICT

ORANGUN I
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
No 1 Oduduwa Way, P O Box 7, Oke-Ila Orangun.

ORANGUN II
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
No 2 Oke-Ila Orangun.

ORANGUN III
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
No 3 Oke-Ila Orangun.

OKE-EDE
Seventh-day Adventist Church
No 1 Oke-Ede P.O.BOX 21, Ila Orangun.

ORA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
No 2 Ora Road, Ila Orangun.

ORA-IGBOMINA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ekan/Osan Road, Ora-Igbomina.

AJABA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ajaba.

ILUPEJU
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ilupeju

EJIFUNMI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Ejifunmi.

OLAREWAJU DISTRICT

OLARENWAJU
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
27/28 Olarenwaju Street, Modakeke

INTERCESSOR CHAPEL
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Oke-Ola Street, Modakeke

MODAKEKE
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Adeowo Street, Modakeke

KOOLA
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Koola, Modakeke

GBONGAN
Seventh-day Adventist Church
Oke Ola Street, Gbongan.

EJESI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Asabi, Jugbe Ejesi, Ejesi.

OSOGBO DISTRICT

AYETORO*
Seventh-day Adventist Church I,
New Ikirun Road, P.O.BOX 1107, Ayetoro Osogbo.

AGOWANDE/OKE-ONITI
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Agowande/Oke-Oniti, Osogbo.

IFON-OSUN
Seventh-day Adventist Church,
Obada Market, Ifon Osun.

ASF LAUTECH
Seventh Student Fellowship
LAUTECH, Osogbo.

AHS
Adventist High School, Olude Osogbo.

*For District Headquarter

Credits
Pastor Arebun
Seventh Day Adventist Church, Osun Conference

The National Association of Adventist Corps (NAAC) to hold first National Summit at Clifford University

The National Association of Adventist Corps (NAAC) to hold first National Summit at Clifford University

The National Association of Adventist Corps Members (NAAC) invites all corp members to her first National Summit with the theme; In the line if duty.
Venue: Clifford University Owerinta, (Ihie Campus) Abia State.
Date: 19th to 23rd September, 2017.
Reg Fee: 3,000
There will be so many activities and lectures on relationship matters, entrepreneurship, human resources, revival and lots more.

For more enquries call:
Segun – 08135330335
Vicky – 08036661055
Bakare – 08065237382
Clay – 07065794274
Tosin – 08032660650
Corper wee…

Clifford University Owerinta new student registration proceure

Clifford University Owerinta new student registration proceure

Student Online Registration System allows newly admitted students of the University to access online services which include Personal Data Registration, Fee Payment, Course Registration, Semester Result, Course Structure and Notifications among other.

To access the services, a student must activate an account on the system using Admission Acceptance Fee Payment RRR or Transaction ID and register their complete academic details. This activation is a one-time action that will be used to setup the student’s profile within the system.
GUIDELINE ON REGISTRATION PROCESS
– Carefully fill your Bio-Data and O’Level Results.
– Use a functional Email for your registration otherwise notifications cannot be sent to you.
– Upload a standard passport not less than 500 X 500 resolution in JPEG or PNG format.
You cannot change passport uploaded through out your stay in the University.

STEP 1 – Acceptance Fee
Login to payment Acceptance Fee either at the Bank or using your ATM Debit Card online.
LOGIN

STEP 2 – Registration
Carefully fill all the required fields, submit and print out your confirmation page.
START REGISTRATION

STEP 3 – Student Portal
Login to Student Portal for Fees Payment and Course Registration.
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Degree Programmes offered in Clifford University

Degree Programmes offered in Clifford University

The following degree programmes are currently offered in Clifford University

A. Faculty of Humanities
1. History Department
a. Bachelor of Arts – History and Diplomatic Studies
2. Language and Literary Studies Department
a. Bachelor of Arts – English Language
b. Bachelor of Arts – English Literature
3. Religious Study Department
a. Bachelor of Arts – Christian Religious Studies

B. Faculty of Management and Social Sciences
4. Business Administration Department
a. Bachelor of Science – ACA Accounting
b. Bachelor of Science – Business Administration
5. Economics Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Economics

6. Political Sciences Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Political Science

C. Faculty of Science
7. Biological Sciences Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Biology
b. Bachelor of Science – Microbiology

8. Chemical Sciences Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Chemistry
b. Bachelor of Science – Biochemistry
9. Mathematics and Computer Science Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Mathematics
b. Bachelor of Science – Computer Science
10. Physics Department
a. Bachelor of Science – Physics

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Revelation 13:16-18
Our passage reads: “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”

It is my conviction that God would not leave people in the dark concerning this most important end-time issue. Those who will gain victory over the beast—surviving its deceptions and assaults—would/must clearly understand the issues at stake. The prophecy of Daniel intimates us that God will grant special illumination to His faithful in the “time of the end.”: “Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand” (Dan. 12:9, 10, Emphasis mine). It is pertinent to note that understanding come to those who are the opposite of the wicked. They are wise because, first and foremost, they are righteous—they are true to the truth previously revealed to them (regarding stealing, adultery, state of the dead, Sabbath, etc.). So being righteous is a foremost prerequisite in receiving divine illumination.

Now the context in which our passage finds itself is undoubtedly dealing with the issue of worship. In fact, the entire book of Revelation is replete with this motif.

Another thing (very pivotal) that needs to be considered in knowing what the mark of the beast constitutes is to see the polarization shown in the book of Revelation. Most people follow the beast and a few follow the Lamb. Those who follow the Lamb do not receive the mark of the beast. They are characterized as those who keep the commandments of God in Revelation 14:12 and this is how they resisted the mark of the beast. From this alone it is safe to conclude that if one keeps all of God’s commandments by the enabling power of the Holy Spirit as a love commitment to Christ, one is bound to escape the mark of the beast.

Furthermore, taking the Bible as one corpus, it is also very easy to see what the issue will be in these last days. But before we even do that let us understand that once we are able to identify who the beast represents, we are not very far from knowing what its mark constitutes. And, of course, real, unbiased, textual, contextual, intertextual and objective studies have shown that the papal system of the medieval ages is the sea beast of Revelation 13. All the identifying marks unmistakably point to this religio-political power as the apocalyptic culprit that persecuted God’s people and tampered with His law in the Dark Ages (see our article “Who is the Beast with the Dreaded Mark?” on this blog).

Let us go back to looking at the entire corpus of Scripture in determining the mark of the beast. God has used different signs to mark His people down through the ages—entering the ark, circumcision, etc. But since we have been intimated in Revelation that those who do not receive the mark of the beast keep all of God’s commandments, it is only logical that God’s seal has everything to with God’s commandments.

It is important at this point to show that among the Ten Commandments there is only one that God speaks of as a sign between Him and His people (see Exo. 31:16, 17; Eze. 20:12, 20). It also makes sense to see that this is so because this is the only commandment that contains the reason why God alone is worthy of worship—by virtue of being the Creator God. It is not hard to see also that Satan would especially hate this commandment and seek to draw people’s attention from it—exactly what he has done through the ages. Have you ever noticed that even communist (atheistic) states had laws that prohibit stealing and murder? But such godless systems can never think of observing the Sabbath because the only reason for keeping it is to acknowledge the God who made the world in six literal, 24 hours, consecutive and contiguous days (Gen. 1:1-2:33; Exo. 20:8-11).

Moreover, the beast power has claimed that the greatest mark of its authority is the fact that it changed the Sabbath to Sunday and that those who keep Sunday are paying homage “to the authority the [Catholic] church.’’[1] And if we know that the mark of the beast is the opposite of God’s mark or seal (that Satan has created not only a spurious but also a counterfeit Sabbath), then it is not hard to figure out that faithful Sabbath observance in the last days constitute the seal of God and enforced Sunday observance and the prohibition of free Sabbath worship constitute the final issue around which the great controversy winds up on the earth. Remember, it’s not just a matter of days but that of those who you follow—the beast or the Lamb. And if Ellen White’s statement, as found in The Desire Of Ages, that “in order to keep the Sabbath holy, men themselves must be holy” is true, then true Sabbath observance calls for unreserved consecration to God.[2] It is no wonder Ezekiel links Sabbath observance to sanctification (Eze. 20:12).

Finally, as a Seventh-day Adventist who believes that Ellen White manifested the gift of prophecy in her life and ministry, I fully subscribe to the following from The Great Controversy (which I believe to be prophetic):

But when Sunday observance shall be enforced by law, and the world shall be enlightened concerning the obligation of the true Sabbath, then whoever shall transgress the command of God, to obey a precept which has no higher authority than that of Rome, will thereby honor popery above God. He is paying homage to Rome, and to the power which enforces the institution ordained by Rome. He is worshiping the beast and his image. As men then reject the institution which God has declared to be the sign of His authority, and honor in its stead that which Rome has chosen as the token of her supremacy, they will thereby accept the sign of allegiance to Rome—“the mark of the beast.” And it is not until the issue is thus plainly set before the people, and they are brought to choose between the commandments of God and the commandments of men, that those who continue in transgression will receive “the mark of the beast.”[3]

[1] Mgr. Segur, Plain Talk About the Protestantism of Today, p. 213 (Emphasis mine)

[2] Ellen G. White , The Desire of Ages (Seoul, Korea: Everlasting Gospel Publishing Association) p. 283
[3] Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy (Seoul, Korea: Everlasting Gospel Publishing Association), p. 449

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Angels and Demons (part 2) by Pastor Eddy Thompson Azanor

Where do demons come from? Demons are fallen angels who serve Satan. It’s in the Bible, Revelation 12:8-9 NKJV. “But they did not prevail, nor was a place found for them in heaven any longer. So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.”

We are in a spiritual battle with evil spirits – Satan and his fallen angels. It’s in the Bible, Ephesians 6:11, 12, NKJV. “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.”

The Bible warns us against trying to communicate with “familiar spirits,” or ghosts. It’s in the Bible, Isaiah 8:19, NASB. “When they say to you, ‘Consult the mediums and the spiritists who whisper and mutter,’ should not a people consult their God? Should they consult the dead on behalf of the living?”

Can the dead communicate with the living? It’s in the Bible, Ecclesiastes 9:5-6, 10, NKJV. “The dead know not any thing, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten. Also their love, and their hatred, and their envy, is now perished; neither have they any more a portion for ever in any thing that is done under the sun…For there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave.”

How does the Bible describe death? It’s in the Bible, 1 Thessalonians 4:14, NKJV. “For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus”

If the dead are sleeping, who are the spirits of our deearly departed? Fallen angels can deceive us by appearing as good beings, even spirits of people we are familiar with. It’s in the Bible, 2 Corinthians 11:14-15, NASB. “No wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. Therefore it is not surprising if his servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness, whose end will be according to their deeds.”

Evil spirits can perform miracles and signs to deceive. It’s in the Bible, Revelation 16:14, NKJV. “For they are spirits of demons, performing signs, which go out to the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.”

We do not have to be afraid of demonic impersonations of the living and the dead, if we give our hearts to Jesus and stay away from such satanic activities as séances, ouija boards, etc. It’s in the Bible, 1 John 4:1, 4, NKJV. “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God. . ..You are of God, little children, and have overcome them, because He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.”

Jesus has authority over demons. It’s in the Bible, Luke 4:35-36, NIV. “ ‘Be quiet!’ Jesus said sternly. ‘Come out of him!’ Then the demon threw the man down before them all and came out without injuring him. All the people were amazed and said to each other, ‘What is this teaching? With authority and power he gives orders to evil spirits and they come out!’ ”

God makes demons tremble. It’s in the Bible, James 2:19, “You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons believe—and tremble!”If we are true to Jesus and obey Him by faith, we do not need to be afraid of Satan’s power. It’s in the Bible, Luke 10:19, NKJV. “Behold, I give you the authority to trample on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall by any means hurt you.”

The Name of Jesus has power and authority. It’s in the Bible, Luke 10:17, NKJV. “Then the seventy returned with joy, saying, “Lord, even the demons are subject to us in Your name.”

Humble prayer and fasting are powerful weapons against the enemy. It’s in the Bible, Mark 928-29, NKJV. “And when He had come into the house, His disciples asked Him privately, “Why could we not cast it out?” So He said to them, “This kind can come out by nothing but prayer and fasting.”

You can’t just know Jesus’ name, you need to know Jesus. It’s in the Bible, Acts 19:13-16, NKJV. “Then some of the itinerant Jewish exorcists took it upon themselves to call the name of the Lord Jesus over those who had evil spirits, saying, “We exorcise you by the Jesus whom Paul preaches.” Also there were seven sons of Sceva, a Jewish chief priest, who did so. And the evil spirit answered and said, “Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are you?” Then the man in whom the evil spirit was leaped on them, overpowered them, and prevailed against them,[c] so that they fled out of that house naked and wounded.

Casting demons out doesn’t always mean you know God. It’s in the Bible, Matthew 7:21-23, NKJV. “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?’ And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!’

How else can I defend myself from demons? It’s in the Bible, Ephesians 6:14-18, NKJV. “Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints”

Satan and his demons will leave us alone if we resist them and submit ourselves to God. It’s in the Bible, James 4:7, NKJV. “Therefore submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you.”

What is the ultimate end for Satan and his fallen angels? It’s in the Bible, Matthew 25:41, NKJV. “Then He will also say to those on the left hand, ‘Depart from Me, you cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels.’”

Your questions and comments are welcome. Have a splendid day!

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Angels and Demons (part 1) by Pastor Eddy Thompson Azanor

What does the Bible say about angels?
Who are angels? It’s in the Bible, Hebrews 1:14, NIV. “Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation?”

How many angels are there? It’s in the Bible, Revelation 5:11, NIV. “Then I looked and heard the voice of many angels, numbering thousands upon thousands, and ten thousand times ten thousand.”

Angels can appear in the form of ordinary people. It’s in the Bible, Hebrews 13:2, NIV. “Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it.”

Do we become angels when we die? No, humans and angels are different from each other and were created separately. It’s in the Bible, Psalm 8:4, 5, NKJV. “What is man that You are mindful of him? . . . You have made him a little lower than the angels, and You have crowned him with glory and honor.”

Who is the leader in charge of the angels? It’s in the Bible, I Peter 3:22, TLB. “And now Christ is in heaven, sitting in the place of honor next to God the Father, with all the angels and powers of heaven bowing before Him and obeying Him.”

Angels are special guardians. It’s in the Bible, Matthew 18:10, TLB. “Beware that you don’t look down upon a single one of these little children. For I tell you that in heaven their angels have constant access to My Father.”

Angels provide protection. It’s in the Bible, Psalm 91:10-11, NIV. “For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways; they will lift you up in their hands, so that you will not strike your foot against a stone.”

Angels rescue people from danger. It’s in the Bible, Psalm 34:7, TLB. “For the angel of the Lord guards and rescues all who reverence Him.”

Angels carry out God’s orders. It’s in the Bible, Psalm 103:20-21, TLB. “Bless the Lord, you mighty angels of His who carry out His orders, listening for each of His commands. Yes, bless the Lord, you armies of His angels who serve Him constantly.”

Angels carry God’s messages. It’s in the Bible, Luke 2:9-10, NIV. “An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people.”

What part will the angels play when Jesus comes the second time? It’s in the Bible, Matthew 16:27 and 24:31, NIV. “For the Son of Man is going to come in his Father’s glory with His angels.”

“And He will send His angels with a loud trumpet call, and they will gather His elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.” (Matthew 24:31)

Where did evil angels come from? They were good angels who chose to rebel. It’s in the Bible, Revelation 12:9, NIV. “The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.”

What influence do evil angels have? They struggle against those who are good. It’s in the Bible, Ephesians 6:12, NIV. “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.”

What will be the final destiny of Satan and his evil angels? It’s in the Bible, Matthew 25:41, NIV. “Then He will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from Me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels.'” Have a beautiful day!

Degree Programmes offered in Clifford University

2016/2017 Clifford University Admission Procedure

Applications for admission into first Degree programmes of the University are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for the 2017/18 academic session.

Candidates who chose other universities, polytechnics, or Colleges of education can equally apply. Candidates must have sat for 2017/2018 JAMB Examination.
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(B) Write an application for admission into CLIFFORD UNIVERSITY in your own handwriting. And also fill the form.

(C) Pay a non-refundable fee of #5,000 to CLIFFORD UNIVERSITY ACCOUNT, UBA 1017317235 OR DIAMOND BANK 0026645879

(D) Bring (1) the teller of #5,000 payment (2) photocopies and originals of your academic credentials (3) JAMB result (4) Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age.

(E) Three referee letters, one of which must be from the previous school attended.

(F) The student will be given two vital documents: Provisional Admission Letter and Schedule of fees for the session (one academic year).

(G) With the evidence of fees paid into the University bank account, the student comes back to the University for Authorization to go for a medical fitness examination at the Clifford University Medical Center.

(H) The student will now be informed when classes will begin and what and what to bring for his/her hostel accommodation.

What a historical joy for one to be a foundation student of Clifford University and have the advantage of Christian education.

To God be all the glory!

The Valley Experience – Pastor A. Akhaine

We sometimes find ourselves in the valley of pain, delay, disappointments, failure, sickness, regrets, poverty, and frustrations but with God on our side it can also be a valley of blessings. Here are some valley that God want to turn to be blessings.

1. A Place of Decision: Joel 3:14 Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision: for the day of the LORD is near in the valley of decision. We should now seek a deep and living experience in the things of God. We have not a moment to lose. (The Faith I Live By, 329). Many are convinced that we have the truth, and yet they are held as with iron bands; they dare not risk the consequences of taking their position on the side of truth. Many are in the valley of decision, (Testimonies for the Church, vol. 1, 646)

2. Valley of Hope: Hosea 2:15 And I will give her vineyards from thence, and the valley of Anchor for a door of hope: and she shall sing there, as in the days of her youth, and as in the day when she came up out of the land of Egypt. Hosea assures the people that Israel’s affliction will open to them in the future the “door of hope,” the door of restoration from captivity. Likewise the troubles of life that come to us, if accepted and patiently endured in the right spirit of humility and abiding faith in God, are but the “doors of hope” opening to us larger possessions of soul power (SDA Bible Commentary). A symbolic language Hosea set before the ten tribes God’s plan of restoring to every penitent soul who would unite with His church on earth, the blessings granted Israel in the days of their loyalty to Him in the Promised Land. Referring to Israel as one to whom He longed to show mercy, the Lord declared (Prophets and Kings, 298).

3. Valley of Blessings: 2 Chronicles 20:26 and on the fourth day they assembled themselves in the valley of Berachah; for there they blessed the LORD: therefore the name of the same place was called, the valley of Berachah, unto this day. The site in commemoration of the remarkable deliverance God granted His people from their enemies. What might have been a valley of death became a valley of life, and what might have been a place of cursing became a place of blessing. (SDA Commentary)

4. Valley of Confidence: Psalms 23:4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Let us never forget, even when we walk in the valley, that Christ is as much with us when we walk trustingly there as when we are on the mountaintop. The voice said to us, “Will you not roll your burden upon the Burden Bearer, the Lord Jesus Christ? Will you not live on the sunny side of the cross? Saying, ‘I know [Him] whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day.’(Mind, Character, and Personality, vol. 2, 811). Let us live in the sunlight of the cross of Calvary. Let us no longer dwell in the shadow, complaining of our sorrows, for this only deepens our trouble.

5. Valley of Fruitfulness: Numbers 32:9 for when they went up unto the valley of Eshcol, and saw the land, they discouraged the heart of the children of Israel that they should not go into the land which the LORD had given them. You can be fruitful in your valley of nothing. In you valley of Eshcol you can behold and experience your promise land.

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6. Valley of Refreshment: Psalms 84:6 who passing through the valley of Baca make it a well; the rain also filleth the pools. God’s blessing rests upon everything that the pilgrims behold because their hearts are full of joy as they make their pilgrimage. (SDA Bible Commentary). While the followers of God are passing through the wilderness of this world, God opens for them fountains in the wilderness, and springs in the dry places. They drink of the well-spring of salvation;

7. Valley of victory: 1 Samuel 17:2 And Saul and the men of Israel were gathered together, and pitched by the valley of Elah, and set the battle in array against the Philistines. Every philistines battling against you and your family, God will give you victory.

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Nigerian Government Approves Adventist university in Eastern Nigeria

The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved Clifford University alongside seven other new private universities across the country.
The approval was granted, Wednesday, during a meeting of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, which held at the council chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The Minister of State for Education, Anthony Onwuka, who briefed State House correspondents, said the ministry “submitted a memo seeking approval for eight private universities after recommendation by the NUC”
He said the eight approved universities include

1. Anchor University, Ayobo, Lagos
2. Arthur Jarvis Akpabuyo University, Calabar, Cross River
3. Clifford University, Owerinta, Abia
4. Coal City University, Enugu
5. Crown Hill University, Kwara
6. Dominican University, Ibadan, Oyo
7. Kola Daisy University, also in Ibadan
8. Legacy University, Okija, Anambra State.

Mr. Onwuka said the new universities were given three years provisional license.
He also said all the new universities are to be mentored older ones.

He said Clifford University will be mentored and by the University of Agriculture, Umudike.

Review of the Great Disappiontment by Pastor Eddy T. Azanor

Today was a special Sabbath in church. I took time to review the Millerite experience of the great disappointment of October 22, 1844. I painted how bittersweet the experience really was as predicted in Revelation 10. I showed the congregation the silver lining in that dark cloud of disappointment, namely, to cure the last remnant church from the dangers of accepting popular theology without searching the scriptures for a thus saith the Lord. Let me explain:

If God did not allow the disappointment, there would never have been a movement like ours that will accept nothing except it can be proven and substantiated by the Word.

I explained that October 22, 1844 was actually disappointment two(called D2 henceforth) . Disappointment two (D1) happened at the cross when the disciples were devastated because they were not anticipating him dying on the cross. They had bought into the popular theology of the times that the Messiah will come and defeat the Romans and establish an earthly kingdom as the Millerite would later do by believing the earth was the sanctuary. Are you beginning to see the parallels?

So when the disciples went forth preaching the kingdom of God, the event in their minds did not tally with Christ’s way of establishing His kingdom. But does this mean that God was not with them in their preaching? Why shouldn’t we reach the same conclusion for the Millerite, especially as Revelation 10 predicted their experience as Christ predicted the one of the disciples?

Then with Leviticus 16, Daniel 7,8 & 9, I showed how the Day of Atonement in the ancient earthly sanctuary prefigured the antitypical day of judgment that has been on since 1844.

No one left fearing about their salvation as the Fordites will have us believe. They were told the we are living in serious times when we need to cooperate with divinity to work out our salvation with fear and trembling, no doubt. This is no time to trifle with sin. I told them only known unconfessed and unforsaken sins will stand against them in this pre-Advent, investigative judgment. The reason the Fordites are not comfortable with this foundational Adventist doctrine is because they believe in a sin and live theology that doesn’t agree that we can overcome all sins and live in the presence of God after the close of probationary time without an intercessor in the heavenly sanctuary(Revelation 22:11,12). They view character perfection as schimera or a mirage. This is as a result of their wrong definition of sin and salvation.

But if you are serious enough to confess all your known sins and depend on the power of the Holy Ghost to give you love for Christ enough to make you wanna choose death before sin as did Joseph, Job, Daniel, Shadrach, Meshack, Abednego, Naboth, etc., you will be kept from fall by that power.

Fordism is anti-Scripture, anti-SOP and anti-Adventism. That Jesus is in the judgment for you to blot out your confessed and forsaken sins should give you all the assurance there is unless you cherish a theology that doesn’t believe in the total deliverance from the thralldom of sin. Let me let you know where this theology that denies the power thereof is leading to with a quote from the book you must read or reread :

“The great controversy between Christ and Satan, that has been carried forward for nearly six thousand years, is soon to close; and the wicked one redoubles his efforts to defeat the work of Christ in man’s behalf and to fasten souls in his snares. TO HOLD THE PEOPLE IN DARKNESS AND IMPENITENCE TILL THE SAVIOUR’S MEDIATION IS ENDED, AND THERE IS NO LONGER A SACRIFICE FOR SIN, IS THE OBJECT WHICH HE SEEKS TO ACCOMPLISH” (Ellen G. White, The Great Controversy, p. 518).

Did you catch that? I pray and hope you do. In case you didn’t: Don’t let false philosophies and theology trap you in the cheep grace, sin and live theology that is calculated to make you comfortable in your sins until Christ’s intercession in the heavenly holy of holies is past and Satan secures your soul for perdition.

Happy October 22, 1844 in 2016. God bless you.

List of Bible Topics Every Christain Must Study

List of Bible Topics Every Christain Must Study

The Devil is doing everything possible to prevent us from studying the bible. He is making sure our time are well spent on internet, TV programs, work etc. the bible says in 2 Timothy 5:15 “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

To be able to stand before the trials of this world, we need to study the word of God. When Jesus was tempted by the Devil, he told him “It is written, man shall not live by bread alone.” Jesus was able to defeat the Devil because he knows the word of God. According to Ephesians 6:11 ” Put on the whole Armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. To be able to fight against the Devil, we need to study our Bible very often.

If I may ask, how many of us still hold morning devotions- If we are to do a survey, do you think we can get up to 50 percent of Christians holding daily devotions with their families. The Devil knows that very soon Christ will come, so he is working very hard to distract Christian with the things of this world. We need to rise up and study the bible to be able to stand before the Devil.

Below are the list of subject for Bible Study

1. How Did the Bible Originate?

2. How to Understand the Bible

3. Jesus – Our Special friend

4. The Deity of Christ

5. Satan – Our Enemy

6. Prayer – How Should We Pray?

7. Daniel 2

8. The Second Coming of Christ

9. Signs of Christ’s Second Coming

10. Death

11. Judgment

12. Law and Grace

13. Sabbath and Change of Sabbath

14. The Mark of the Beast

15. Millennium

16. Hell Fire

17. The Battle of Armageddon

18. Marriage – Family

19. Stewardship

20. Why So Many Denominations?

21. The Unpardonable Sin

22. Speaking In Tongues

23. Health

24. Lifestyle – Jewellery

25. Modern Prophets and Kings

26. Spirit of Prophecy

27. The Sanctuary

28. America In Bible Prophecy

29. Baptism

30. 2300 Days

Our Bible study lessons will be coming soon on PDF and PowerPoint

Injuries During Long Prayers in Public – Necessary?

Prayers in pubic should be short and characterized by a natural tone of voice—The long prayers made by some ministers have been a great failure. Praying to great length, as some do, is all out of place. They injure the throat and vocal organs, and then they talk of breaking down by their hard labor. They injure themselves when it is not called for. Many feels that praying injures their vocal organs more than talking. This is in consequence of the unnatural position of the body, and the manner of holding the head. They can stand and talk, and not feel injured. The position in prayer should be perfectly natural. Long praying wearies, and is not in accordance with the gospel of Christ. Half or even quarter of an hour is altogether too long. A few minutes’ time is long enough to bring your case before God and tell Him what you want; and you can take the people with you and not weary them out and lessen their interest in devotions and prayers. They may be refreshed and strengthened, instead of exhausted.

Prayer need not be long or loud—Prayer is not understood as it should be. Our prayers are not to inform God of something He does not know. The Lord is acquainted with the secrets of every soul. Our prayers need not be long and loud. God reads the hidden thoughts. We may pray in secret, and He who sees in secret will hear, and will reward us openly.—(Messages to Young People, 247.) Pr 216.

A mistake has been made by many in their religious exercises in long praying and long preaching, upon a high key, with a forced voice, in an unnatural strain and an unnatural tone.—(Testimonies for the Church 2:617.) Food for thought.

Finishing The Reformation With Pastor Eddy Thompson

Finishing The Reformation With Pastor Eddy Thompson

“The Reformers of the 16th century had done much to bring people back to the primitive Christianity of apostolic times. While they did not live long enough to see their work fully carried through, they had laid a deep and broad foundation for their children to build upon; namely, faith in “the Bible, and the Bible only.” They expected their followers to carry their work through to a triumphant conclusion. But after the death of the Reformers, the Jesuits nearly wrecked the work of the Reformation, and some of the Protestant countries formed state churches to protect themselves from utter annihilation.

“The popes and the Jesuits worked incessantly in conjunction with the bishops and the heads of the larger Catholic states to force the smaller Protestant countries back under the papal rule. This compelled Protestant princes to make common cause and stand together to save the day, as was the case in the Thirty Years’ War.

“After the worst storm had blown over, the Protestant churches found themselves under the protection and control of the state. They were no longer free to accept more light, and to progress along the way they originally had started. The state now dictated what they should believe and teach, who should be taken into church fellowship, and who should be their leaders. Their growth was stunted, their spiritual life stifled. Instead of progressing along the line of reform, they retrograded and gave up several of the points of truth held by the Reformers. This was especially true during the period of Rationalism in Europe. But God’s work must go on to completion. No human consideration can stop it, and the time has now come for the work of the Reformation to be finished”(Christian Edwardson, FACTS OF FAITH(Southern Publishing Association, NT., 1943), p.159.

What is our part in this work of Finishing the Reformation? Inspiration tells us:
“This work must be done. The end is near. Already much time has been lost, when this books should have been in circulation…. Scatter then[the books] like leaves of autumn. This work is to continue without the forbidding of anyone. Souls are perishing out of Christ. Let them be warned of His soon appearing in the clouds of heaven”(Ellen G. White, REVIEW AND HERALD, Aug. 13, 1908).

So why should we be so serious as well as excited about sharing the unabridged THE GREAT CONTROVERSY as we celebrate the jubilee of jubilees to fan the dying embers of true Protestantism into a mighty inferno once again? The messenger of the Lord to the remnant answers in the following two quotes:

“THE GREAT CONTROVERSY should be very widely circulated. It contains the story of the past, the present, and the future. In its outline of the closing scenes of this earth’s history, it bears a powerful testimony in behalf of the truth. I am more anxious to see a wide circulation of this book than any others I have written; for in THE GREAT CONTROVERSY, the last message of warning to the world is given more distinctly than in any of my other books”(Ellen G. White, LETTER 1, 1890. See also COLPORTEUR MINISTRY, 127.1).
“By reading it[THE GREAT CONTROVERSY], some will be aroused, and will have courage to unite themselves at once with those who keep the commandments of God. But a much larger number who read it will not take their position until they see the very events taking place that are foretold in it. The fulfilment of some of the predictions will inspire faith that others will come to pass, and when the earth is lighted with the glory of the Lord, in the closing work, many souls will take their position on the commandments of God as a result of this agency”(MANUSCRIPT 31, 1890. See also COLPORTEUR MINISTRY, 128.4).

Surely this is a movement of destiny and the privilege is ours to be part of it. Nothing should be more exciting as you consider the present reality of the last quote! Are you aware that the events prophesied in THE GREAT CONTROVERSY are so amazing and are fast coming to pass? Three quick examples will do to convince you of this fact:

1) She predicted that the US will become a world superpower(You will be regarded a lunatic if you say that when she did–over a hundred years ago).
2) She foretold that apostate Protestantism will make alliance with Rome and such a union will lead lead to the forming of the image of the sea beast of Revelation 13–union of church and state that will lead to the final tribulation(This is happening right before our eyes).
2) She prophesied that Rome will try to cover her horrible past with apologies but she(Rome) will remain unchanged while the deluded and fallen Protestant world will be making all the changes and concessions in the alliance we call ecumenism–giving up their historic beliefs (If you are awake to the signs of the times, you will know this has gone far in its fulfilment).

Do you see why we must make haste to get the word out in these final hours of probationary time?

Join ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS FOR CHRIST(AVC) in fervent prayers so that all the ploys of the devil to stop or slow down this initiative to be truncated by God in Jesus’ name.

Plan to register for the conference coming up in October/November 2017 and sacrificially contribute your quoter to see the truth triumph in the end and God will not forget your sacrifice of love to make others see the light of the present truth and be saved before it’s too late. May your contributions and participation make positive eternal difference in the lives of many. Amen.

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The Path Way – Pastor A. Akhaine

the path way

There is myth that says that all religions are basically identical and that we have the same universal fatherhood of God that make us brother and sisters. Some also believes that Christianity is simply one way of life among many. While other says that Christians are biased to think Jesus is the only way to heaven. But whatever people view about the path way to heaven Jesus tells us that “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father, except through me. John14:6. The bibles gives us some basic description of the path way to God.

The Path Way
Strait. “Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it” (Matt.7:14) Strait in this context is define as a situation that is difficult or involves hardship. The ESV translate Matt.7:1) for the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few. When we read that many will seek to enter in and shall not be able, then we want to understand what we shall do in order to succeed. This to us is a mournful statement, that there are those who will fail to enter in at the strait gate because they only seek to enter in, and do not strive. . . . {HP 263.2} No matter the struggles you are going through as a result of your path way to heaven, the pitying Saviour stands right by your side to help you. He would send every angel out of glory while you are struggling to overcome sin, so that Satan cannot have the victory over you. Christ . . . took man’s human nature upon Him that He might come right down to man in the temptation wherewith man is beset. The pitiful Redeemer knows just how to help us in every one of our strivings. {HP 263.6} Christ has not promise us a bed of roses pilgrim path to heaven but he has promised us his abiding present. John 16:33″I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” NIV my friend you are not alone with the struggles of life cheer up.
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Narrow. The path to heaven is narrow, the path is unpopular, self must be denied, the body kept under, corruptions mortified, that are as a right eye and a right hand; daily temptations must be resisted; duties must be done that are against our inclination. We must endure hardness, must wrestle and be in an agony, must watch in all things, and walk with care and circumspection. We must go through much tribulation. (Matthew Henry’s) If we meet with hardships in our work, let us look to Him who is the Author and Finisher of our faith. Then we shall not fail nor be discouraged. We shall endure hardness as good soldiers of Jesus Christ. Remember what He says of all true believers: “We are labourers together with God: ye are God’s husbandry, ye are God’s building.” 1 Corinthians 3:9. {6T 335.1}. Many fail to understand why God permit hardship but God permits us to encounter obstacles, persecution, and hardships, not as a curse, but as the greatest blessing of our lives. Every temptation resisted, every trial bravely borne, gives us a new experience and advances us in the work of character building. The soul that through divine power resists temptation reveals to the world and to the heavenly universe the efficiency of the grace of Christ. {MB 117.1} The path is too narrow that it cannot contain any extra luggage of this world and her attractions.

Peaceful. But the meek shall inherit the earth; and shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace. (Ps. 37:11) God assurance for who tread the path to heaven is peacefulness. The wicked are like the troubled sea, when it cannot rest. . . . There is no peace, saith my God, to the wicked.” Isaiah 57:20, 21. Sin has destroyed our peace. While self is unsubdued, we can find no rest. The masterful passions of the heart no human power can control. We are as helpless here as were the disciples to quiet the raging storm. But He who spoke peace to the billows of Galilee has spoken the word of peace for every soul. However fierce the tempest, those who turn to Jesus with the cry, “Lord, save us,” will find deliverance. His grace, that reconciles the soul to God, quiets the strife of human passion, and in His love the heart is at rest. “He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof are still. Then are they glad because they be quiet; so He bringeth them unto their desired haven.” Psalm 107:29, 30. “Being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” “The work of righteousness shall be peace; and the effect of righteousness quietness and assurance forever.” Romans 5:1; Isaiah 32:17. {DA 336.4}Pr. 3:6 in all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Though the troubles of this world may be furious and beyond our understanding, in the mixed of this Christ promises us peace that passes all understanding.

Shining. Prov.4:7 Wisdom is supreme; therefore get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding. 8 Esteem her, and she will exalt you; embrace her, and she will honor you. Walking in the path of makes you exceptional and outstanding from the world. We are to reflect the glory of God to a world that is full of darkness. The word of God enlighten our heart any time we diligently study it. A bright light shines upon our pathway today, and it leads to increased faith in Jesus. We must receive every ray of light, and walk in it, that it may not be our condemnation in the judgment. Our duties and obligations become more important as we obtain more distinct views of truth. Light makes manifest and reproves the errors that were concealed in darkness; and as light comes, the life and character of men must change correspondingly, to be in harmony with it. Sins that were once sins of ignorance, because of the blindness of the mind, can no more be indulged in without incurring guilt. As increased light is given, men must be reformed, elevated, and refined by it, or they will be more perverse and stubborn than before the light came. {GW 162.2}. We are to shine the light of God to the people around us to lead them to the path of hope and joy. Care should be taken that we don’t misrepresent the light of God to the world through our character. Our standing before God depends, not upon the amount of light we have received, but upon the use we make of what we have. Thus even the heathen who choose the right as far as they can distinguish it, are in a more favorable condition than are those who have had great light, and profess to serve God, but who disregard the light, and by their daily life contradict their profession.–The Desire of Ages, p. 239. {ChS 96.2}
Fruitful. In a world of spiritual dryness God promises fruitfulness. If you are in the path to heaven it will be appropriate to asked the following questions, have you been fruitful? Have you been fruitful with your wealth? Have you been fruitful with your talent? Have you been fruitful with your time? What are you doing for Jesus now? C. H. Spurgeon. Ps. 65:11 you crown the year with your bounty. Your carts overflow with abundance. God alone can cause to be fruitful in the barren world sin. Ezek. 36:34. The desolate land will be cultivated instead of lying desolate in the sight of all who pass through it. 35 They will say, “This land that was laid waste has become like the Garden of Eden; the cities that were lying in ruins, desolate and destroyed, are now fortified and inhabited.” 36 Then the nations around you that remain will know that I the Lord have rebuilt what was destroyed and have replanted what was desolate. I the Lord have spoken, and I will do it. People should see in us good tree bearing good fruit. True worship consists in working together with Christ. Prayers, exhortation, and talk are cheap fruits, which are frequently tied on; but fruits that are manifested in good works, in caring for the needy, the fatherless, and widows, are genuine fruits, and grow naturally upon a good tree. — Review and Herald, Aug. 16, 1881. {ChS 96.5}. Our fruitfulness is determine by our connection with Christ. As the branch must abide in the vine to obtain the vital sap which causes it to flourish, so those who love God and keep all His sayings must abide in His love. Without Christ we cannot subdue a single sin or overcome the smallest temptation. Many need the Spirit of Christ and His power to enlighten their understanding, as much as blind Bartimaeus needed his natural sight. “As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in Me.” All who are really in Christ will experience the benefit of this union. The Father accepts them in the Beloved, and they become objects of His solicitude and tender, loving care. This connection with Christ will result in the purification of the heart and in a circumspect life and faultless character. The fruit borne upon the Christian tree is “love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance.” {4T 355.1}
Old. Thus says the Lord: “Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; Then you will find rest for your souls. But they said, ‘We will not walk in it.’ NKJV. Jere.6:16. The society celebrate new ways of doing things, new discoveries, new doctrine, new fashion an old tells us “ give me that old time religion is good enough for me. Let back to the old doctrine of the Bible. The Sabbath of the lord still stands, the sanctuary teaching is relevant to us today to assure us of Christ ministry for us in heaven. The old path is the path that lead to heaven.

Adventist Church Nigeria Appeals to INEC to Stop Conducting Election on Saturday

Pastor Owolabi
The President of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Western Nigeria Union, Pastor Oyeleke Owolabi in the ongoing 2016 Men’s Organization National Convention in Ekiti State Appeals to INEC to stop conducting elections on Saturday.

The Seventh Day Adventist Church believe that the true day of worship is Saturday and that is the day of the lord. They don’t work on that day or participate in any government activities which includes environmental sanitation day, Election Day which are usually fixed on Saturdays.

Pastor Owolabi expressed displeasure on how his members were been disenfranchised during every successive election in the country and how they have written many letters to INEC on the need to shift elections from Saturday.
” We have seen a situation whereby a gubernatorial election was conducted on Tuesday and I think the country recorded the highest turnout in history, so we are begging the INEC to put the interest of our people at heart”

The Seventh Day Adventist Church, Nigeria has contributed a lot to the nation through its health and educational institutions. One of which is the famous Babcock University in Ogun State. The church has also established so many Hospitals like the Jengre Hospital, Ile-Ife, Aba Hospital and many others.
Do you think INEC should change the Election Day from Saturday? Let’s get your reaction

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria and Their Address updated

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria and Their Address updated

The Seventh Day Adventist Church in Nigeria is blessed with a lot of institutions. The institutions are cut across the three unions- Eastern Nigeria Union, Northern Nigeria Union, Western Nigeria Union.

Here is a list of primary, secondary, universities and medical institutions owned and operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church Nigeria.

List of Adventist Universities in Nigeria

1. Babcock University

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

Babcock University is a private Christian co-educational Nigerian university owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Nigeria. The university is located equidistant between Ibadan and Lagos.

Address: Ilishan Remo Ogun State Nigeria, ILISHAN REMO, Nigeria

Founded: 1959
Babcock University was named after an American missionary by the name of David C. Babcock, who pioneered the work of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Nigeria in 1914. He was based in Erunmu in Oyo State, Nigeria.
The university was established as the Adventist College of West Africa (ACWA) in 1959, initially with 7 students. In 1975, it changed its name to Adventist Seminary of West Africa (ASWA). The university was officially inaugurated on April 20, 1999.

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2. Clifford University

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

Clifford University has strong traditions that include the centrality of faith-based teaching.
This is an area where Clifford University plans to make a marked difference. Philosophically, the University plans to train and develop the students on various dimensions of human development – physically, mentally, socially, spiritually, economically – and the curriculum is geared towards these.

3. SDA School of Nursing

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

PMB 5513, Lagere, Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria

Special Attraction

Full accommodation with Catering Services for all students
Well equipped Library with internet facilities
Quiet and conductive environment for learning
Dedicated, competent and caring staff
Whotistic education with track record of academic excellence

List of Adventist Secondary Schools in Nigeria

1. Adventist Secondary Technical College, Owerrinta

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

Adventist Secondary Technical College is a co-education secondary school that offers quality education of international standard. It is a school that brings up a child in a holy living, fully prepared and equipped for higher education at both national and international levels. Adventist Secondary Technical College is owned supervised by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Adresss: Aba-Owerri Road, Owerrinta
Abia State, Nigeria.

+234 82 44 0452
+234 080 287 1529
+234 803 318 7582
+234 805 777 3062
info@astecowerrintaportal.com
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2. Babcock University High School, Ileshan

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

Address: Babcock University main campus, Ilishan Remo, Ogun state, Nigeria
+234-(0)803-401-9140
+234-(0)802-611-5271

3. Hyde Memorial Secondary School, Jengre

HMSS was established in 1994 at jengre, bassa LGA of plateau state. This institution is under the S.D.A church
P.M.B. 2054
Jengre
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

4. SDA Secondary School, Ile-Ife

P.M.B. 5559
Ile Ife, Osun State
Nigeria

5. Adventist Comprehensive High School, Otun

P.O. Box 2
Otun-Ekiti, Ondo State
Nigeria

6.Adventist High School, Elele

Adventist Comprehensive High School is a coeducational Christian secondary school located in Elele of Rivers State, Nigeria, established in 1997. It is a boarding school operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Easthern Nigerian Union mission headquarters in Nigeria.

PMB 04, Elele, Rivers State, Nigeria
Telephone: +2348 064 799 885
and +2348 076 344 998
Email: info@achs.com.ng

7. Seventh Day Adventist Secondary School, Oke-Ode

P.O. Box 4395
Ilorin, Kwara State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (896) 281-7994
Email: sdaschok@yahoo.com

8. Christiana Omarere Memorial Adventist School, Benin

Benin, Edo State.

9.Ebem Ohafia Adventist Technical Secondary School

Street Address: Asaga Road, Ebem Ohafia,Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria
Mail: P.O. Box 6, Asaga Road
Ebem Ohafia
Umuahia, Abia State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (806) 557-7414
10. Elele Adventist Comprehensive High School

Street Address: Along Old Estate Road Elele, Ikwerre LGA, Rivers State, Nigeria
Mail: P.M.B. 04
Elele, Rivers State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (84) 899-134, 899-135
Email: achselele@yahoo.com

List of Adventist Primary Schools in Nigeria

1. SDA Model Nursery And Primary School

120, Aba Owerri Road
Aba North, Abia,
Nigeria.
Phone: 07031141897

2. Babcock University Staff School, Ileshan Remo.

Babcock University
ILishan-Remo,Ogun State, Nigeria

+234-803-401-9140
+234-807-911-9996
+234-802-450-7075
+234-802-611-5271

3. SDA Primary Schoo, Ile-Ife

Ibadan Road, Ile Ife, Ife Central, Osun, Nigeria.
08034345764

4. Seventh Day Adventist Lgea Primary School

Kabba Ilorin Road, Bareke Osi, Ekiti, Kwara, Nigeria.
08065559691 08034397932

5 .SDA Primary School, Port-Harcourt

PH, Rivers State

6. SDA Primary School Oke-Bola, Ibadan

Seventh Day Street, Oke Bola, Ibadan, Nigeria

7. Seventh Day Adventist Primary School

Orita Cottage Hospital Road, Ede, Ede South, Osun, Nigeria.

8. SDA Primary school

No 1 School Road, Aba, Abia State

List of Adventist Medical Institutions in Nigeria

1. Aiyetoro Ekiti Dispensary

c/o P.O. Box 7
Oshogbo, Osun State
Nigeria

2. Arum Tumara Dispensary

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

3. Edeoha Community Rehabilitation Center

Km 7 Ahoada/Abua Road
Edeoha
Ahoada East LGA
Rivers State
Nigeria
234 (803) 263-1887; 234 (805) 343-5148
arwmbabieshome@yahoo.com; rivconfenum2004@yahoo.co.uk

4. Gbongan Adventist Health Centre

c/o SDA Hospital Ile-Ife
Private Mail Bag 5513
Ile-Ife, Osun State
Nigeria

5. Gurum Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

6. Ilishan-Remo Adventist Health Centre

c/o Private Mail Bag 21244
Ikeja, Lagos State
Nigeria

7. Inisa Community Medical Centre

P.O. Box 7
Inisa, Osun State
Nigeria

8. Seventh-day Adventist Hospital Ile-Ife

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

List of Adventist Institutions in Nigeria

Private Mail Bag 5513
Ile-Ife, Osun State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (36) 230-215
Fax: 234 (36) 232-952

9. Seventh-day Adventist Hospital and Motherless Babies’ Home, ABA

No. 1 New Umuahia Road
Ogbor Hill, Aba, Abia State
Nigeria

Mail: Private Mail Bag 7115
Aba, Abia State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (806) 382-9016
Email: abasahospital@yahoo.com

t Hospital
Jos-Zaria Express Road
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria
234 (80) 362-63544
jengresdahospital@yahoo.com
jengre hospital

11. Jengre Veterinary Clinic (Mobile)

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria
Phone: 234 (80) 3626-3544
Email: jengresdahospital@gmail.com

12. Kayarda Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

13. Kurgwi Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria
234 (80) 3626-2544
jengresdahospital@gmail.com

14. Maigamo Dispensary

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

15. Massenge Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

16. Ramin Kura Health Centre

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

17. Salingo Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

18. Seventh-day Adventist Veterinary Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

19. Tirwum Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

20. Tshohon Yadi Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

21. Ubakala Adventist Health Centre

c/o SDA Hospital and Motherless Babies Home
Private Mail Bag 7115
Aba, Abia State
Nigeria

22. Warsa Clinic

c/o Private Mail Bag 2054
Jos, Plateau State
Nigeria

Other Adventist Entities in Nigeria

Literature Ministry Seminaries:

Aba Literature Ministry Seminary.
P.O. Box 5400; Aba, Abia State; Nigeria. Office Address: Port Harcourt Enugu Express Road; Aba, Abia State; Nigeria.

Lagos Literature Ministry Seminary.
P.O. Box 207; Ikeja, Lagos State; Nigeria. Office Address: 3 Olusoji Idowu Street; Ilupeju; Nigeria. Telephone: 234 (1) 493-6863.

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