ore than 200 members of the General Conference Executive Committee, the highest ruling body of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is gathering at the Adventist world headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, for the committee's Annual Council October 7-13. The main purpose of Annual Council, one of two regular business sessions of the committee, is to hear institutional and departmental reports, vote changes in church policy, and approve the church's world budget.

As a service to our readers, the Adventist Review presents ongoing coverage of the meetings with a series of daily reports, commentaries, and other resources.

 


Higher Education Commission Presents Final Report -- Update #6, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 12).

Tithe Up, but Mission Offerings Bring Concern, GC Treasurers Say -- Update #5, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 11).

HIV/AIDS: How Will the Church Respond? -- Update #4, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 11).

Bediako Reports on Church Growth & High Loss of Members -- Update #3, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 10).

"Emphasize Uniqueness" says Church President -- Update #2, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 10).

Annual Council Begins -- Update #1, a report from the Adventist Review staff (submitted October 7).

 


Final Report of the General Conference Commission on Higher Education -- View the complete text.

General Conference Secretaries Report -- delivered October 9, at the 2005 Annual Council Meeting. Read the complete document.

Jan Paulsen Keynote Address -- delivered October 7, at the Adventist World Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. Read the full text.



 
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