ore than 300 administrators, pastors, departmental leaders, teachers, and lay members, are gathering at the Adventist World Headquarters Oct. 27-Nov. 1 for the North American Division's (NAD) Year-end meetings.
During the annual business session of the NAD Executive Committee, the highest governing body of the Adventist Church in North America, committee members vote policies and resolutions, elect division officers and departmental personnel, hear reports, and approve the division budget.
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NAD Finances Good in Challenging Times, Treasurer Reports
Year-end meeting votes to raise remuneration base pay, first time in four years
North American Adventists Reaffirm Commissionined Ministers
as Conference, Mission Presidents
Following Annual Council actions, division also votes to join theology of ordination study.
1.13 million are Adventist Church Members, NAD Secretary Says
Year-end meeting encouraged to instill values that make young people want to stay
Guam-Micronesia Now an NAD Territory
Year-end meeting vote by delegates completes transfer voted at Annual Council
Learn to Live with Others’ Differences, NAD President Says
Sermon during year-end meeting stresses unity in Christ