"The statistical report, presented at the Session, lists the There are a myriad of reasons for why people leave the SDA Church, but in recent years, one reason has begun to stand out above all others: Knowledge.
With easy access to the Internet, Adventist members have at their fingertips a wealth of knowledge about the teachings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
So, if a potential romantic interest needs to share your religious beliefs, it can be difficult to meet someone special, especially if you live in a small town, or attend a church where there aren't many members around your age.
Adventists are often sucked into the SDA Church through cleverly disguised and advertised evangelistic campaigns held in a public locations with no mention that the meetings are organized by Seventh-day Adventists.
The multimedia presentations are designed to appeal to the senses and the emotions.
Additional benefits include being a part of a large worldwide body with an emphasis on outreach, raising up new churches, promoting present truth via the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy, and Medical Missionary Evangelism.
Free Seventh-day Adventists are ardent believers and strong proponents of the historic Seventh- day Adventist faith.
Despite adding 5 million new believers during the 5-year period of 2000-2004, over 1.4 million members left the church during that same period..' That one-third which remains on the rolls but no longer attends is significant.
It is clear that membership totals are not a true indicator of the actual number of members in the world church.Christian Passions : Seventh-day Adventists Christian Passions is a free dating site for Christian singles.In 2005, the SDA Church reported alarming membership losses.Come dressed in your sunniest colours and revel in the festivities with other party-goers at the Summer Mega Party on 3 June!Are you ready for a fun night of games, laughter and new friends? Feed your wanderlust with a 2D3N getaway (19–21 May) to Cameron Highlands, Malaysia!Our mission is to advance the Three Angels’ Messages of Revelation, chapter 14; to preserve and uphold the doctrines, principles, and teachings of the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy; to once again revive and promote the initial burden or mission of the pioneers of the Seventh-day Adventist faith, as echoed in our church’s original motto, “the Advent message to all the world in this generation.” As a result, for over a century we have earnestly tried to preserve and promote the teachings of the Bible and the Spirit of Prophecy—the sources of the old landmarks or foundational pillars of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.