Adventist Christian Fellowship - "Adventist Christian Fellowship (ACF) is the official organization for Adventist campus ministry on non-Adventist college and university campuses within the North American Division (NAD) of Seventh-day Adventist's, including the US, Canada, Bermuda and Guam. Currently ACF is a network of over one hundred chapters across the North American Division."
AdventistCommons/adventistcommons.org - "By collaborating with Adventist Commons, you can play an integral part in getting our distinctive Adventist message into the hands of unreached people, right from the comfort of your own home. Do you have skills in writing, translating, editing, proofreading, graphic design, or web development? 🖥📝🎨😀 Sign up below to become a valued contributor at Adventist Commons!"
Adventist.io - "Adventist.io aims to highlight web technology projects of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The site was launched in 2016 to engage the community for feedback and development of the Adventist Living Pattern System (ALPS). ALPS is a web template system designed to help visually unite the Adventist Church online."
Adventist Professionals' Network - "The Adventist Professionals' Network (APN) is a global registry of Seventh-day Adventist professionals who hold the minimum of a master's degree or its equivalent (5 years of postsecondary studies) in any field. Housed at the world headquarters of the Church, APN will help locate candidates for positions, consultants with expertise, and volunteers for short mission assignments. It will also foster international networking among Adventists in various professions."
AudioVerse - "AudioVerse is an online collection of thousands of Bible-based media content that is available for anyone in the world to stream and download for free. This ministry has a global reach that impacts thousands of individuals every single day. AudioVerse is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the United States of America."
GAiN - "Global Adventist Internet Network (GAiN) is a conference designed to foster the use of technology, media and the internet to help the mission of the Adventist Church. Through annual, worldwide events, we seek to educate and train communication and technlogy professionals in finding new ways to reach their communities."
The Scratch - Adventist news briefings. "The Scratch’s weekly Brief is broken down into two sections. First, “The Need to Know” covers this week’s main story—one story, several paragraphs, and opinions separated at the end. The second section, “The Ought to Know,” covers other stories—each paragraph is a separate story entirely. Lastly, while our content is serious, our headings are not. We like to spice up our headings with a little personality. :)"
Samuel Koranteng-Pipim #article - Wikipedia. "Samuel Koranteng Pipim (born December 10, 1957) is a US-based Ghanaian author, speaker, and theologian. Trained in engineering and systematic theology, he based his office in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where, up until 2011, he ministered to students, faculty, and staff at the University of Michigan. He has authored and co-authored more than a dozen books. He has spoken around the world at events for youth, students, and young professionals. He helped begin and has sat on the Board of Directors for the Generation of Youth for Christ organization (GYC), a revival movement of Seventh-day Adventist youth in North America."
William Miller #article - Wikipedia. "William Miller (February 15, 1782 – December 20, 1849) was an American Baptist preacher who is credited with beginning the mid-19th-century North American religious movement known as Millerism. After his proclamation of the Second Coming did not occur as expected in the 1840s, new heirs of his message emerged, including the Advent Christians (1860), the Seventh-day Adventists (1863) and other Adventist movements."