rom humble beginnings in New England, the Seventh-day Adventist Church has spread around the world with 14 million members in more than 200 countries. With so much growth, the church is facing unique challenges in every part of the world. The following stories from our archives give a small sample of the tapestry of Adventism, outlining the strengths and concerns of the church within diverse cultures.
Island of Tears
The tsunami behind them, Adventists in Sri Lanka want to move the island beyond tears to hope.
Korea: Grace Through Suffering
Former Adventist Review editor William G. Johnsson shares the untold story of Korea's church.
Changing Times in Great Britain
The Adventist Church in Great Britain has changed dramatically over the decades. It's diverse and multi-racial. But diversity brings its own tensions and challenges.
Remember Grenada -- and Ivan the Terrible
Roy Adams reports on how the Adventist Church is coping after Hurricane Ivan.
Romania: Uniquely Adventist
Once a Communist stronghold, this country is now basking in the glow of revitalized Christianity.
Drive in Church
Amsterdam's Ghanaian Adventists grow where they're planted.
In Search of People
How the Adventist Church Entered Turkey
Blooming in the Heart of Thailand
A dazzling young college comes into its own.