Official Seventh-day Adventist Mission Resources

* Adventist Mega site with lots of mission resources, including all the stories in the “Mission Quarterly,” maps, PowerPoint presentations and extra stories with a mission emphasis. Continuously updated mission videos. Adventist Mission Facebook Page

Youth & Adult Mission Magazine online Read the weekly mission stories or browse the archives.

Children’s Mission Magazine Stories for kids about missionary kids. Think of browsing the archives for children’s stories in church.

Adventist® Mission Video Podcast What’s the Seventh-day Adventist® Church doing to share Jesus with the world? Each video brings you to front lines of mission, face to face with people telling the world about Jesus. (You can also get these podcasts on DVD as Mission Spotlight.)

Mission 360˚ TV  treats viewers to uplifting stories of frontline mission workers who have exchanged the comfort and familiarity of home for the exciting adventure of working for God in strange and challenging places.

Mission Stories and News Several fresh videos a month on Adventist missions around the world.  (Different from podcast and Mission 360˚ TV)

Adventist Mission DVD is supplied free to all Adventist churches. Subscribe to receive a free Mission DVD each quarter, or you may download the contents of the DVD in whole or as individual stories.

Opportunities for Mission Service:

Adventist Volunteer Service Official General Conference Adventist site for Adventist volunteers, matching talents, gifts, resources and professional expertise with defined needs. Opportunities for short term, long term and group service.

 Adventist Mission Career and Volunteer Center The need is for youth, and the young at heart, to respond to the call to share the good news of the gospel with those who need to hear it. Your task may be to demonstrate the essence of the gospel in working clothes out in the market square. It may be to work far from the asphalt jungle of the big, crowded cities to serve on the front lines of emerging civilization where the most up-to-date mode of travel may be by foot, by canoe, or by ox-cart.
On the other hand, you may be asked to serve in the corporate office setting of an urban center around the world where the latest connection may be as up-to-date as tomorrow morning’s e-mail.

Gospel Outreach is an organization supporting lay missionaries in the 10/40 window around the world. Workers go to unreached areas to live and work with the local population. This is not for the faint-hearted, but the rewards are great in seeing souls accept Jesus Christ as Savior. 

He Said Go official Missionary Volunteer website for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America. Networks the leadership of many volunteer ministries, linking Adventist churches, schools, and supportive organizations. Offers individual long-term missions and short-term group missions. Opportunities for tutoring in America’s big cities.

Adventist Frontier Missions Indigenous Seventh-day Adventist church-planting movements among unreached people groups of the world.

Maranatha Volunteers International constructs urgently needed buildings for gospel purposes around the world.

Outpost Centers International networks a significant portion of the organized gospel outreach conducted by the laity of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Share seeks volunteers to participate in evangelistic presentations around the world. Needs are for sermon presenters, medical presenter, children’s teachers, technical support and more.



Mission Resources — 12 Comments

    • Hi Rabbie,

      If you have a story to tell, please write it out as well as you can on your computer. Then read it to your family and friends, so they can suggest better ways of telling it. Review and edit it, until it is the best you can do. Then make sure you have a couple good pictures to go with it.

      Then go to our home page, and use the Contact link in the top menu to write to us. There you will find a space to write your message. You can just copy and paste your story into that space, and we will get back to you.

  1. I was doing geneology on an ancestor and ran across 'Mission Sabbath School U. C. T. U.' in an article from Dec 27, 1884 in the Daily Democrat, Ottumwa Iowa.
    Does anyone know anything about this mission or where I can get further information?

    • In 1884, it is quite possible that a "Sabbath School" would be held on Sunday, since some of the missions from Great Britain called Sunday the "Sabbath." In fact, before that, the Puritans had made laws for keeping Sabbath - on Sunday.

      • Heres the funny thing...

        ...the Spanish word for the seventh day of the week, Saturday, is sabado— the same word for “Sabbath.” In fact, in more than 100 ancient and modern languages the seventh day of the week was named “Sabbath” or its equivalent.

        Sabado sure sounds a lot like sabbath, because that's what it is! I cant believe growing up around spanish speaking people, it took all my life to see it. 30+years


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