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"Here is the perseverance of the saints who keep the commandments of God and their faith in Jesus" — Rev.14:12
From their earliest roots Seventh-day Adventists, at their best, have been concerned with restoring personal and social wholeness through a commitment to justice and peace. We remember the Sabbath day not only as a memorial of creation, which God has entrusted to our care, but also as a symbol of divine justice in the face of political and economic oppression. We hold fast to the faith of Jesus not only by proclaiming his Advent, but also by refusing violence and coercion as tools to establish God's kingdom. The radical witness of the Adventist pioneers—who decried slavery, championed religious liberty, agitated against American imperialism, and refused to bear arms in the military—stands as a testament to these convictions. Read More

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