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Month 1

July–Adventist Mission in North America

From Bermuda to Palau, Seventh-day Adventists are engaged in God's mission throughout the North American Division.

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  • July–Adventist Mission in North America

    From Bermuda to Palau, Seventh-day Adventists are engaged in God's mission throughout the North American Division.

  • August–Through Prayer and Action

    Let's learn some of the ways we can be involved in reaching the cities and participating in the I Will Go initiative!

  • September–Coming From a Foreign Land

    People come to North America from all over the world, for many reasons. Let's see some ways that immigrants to the United States are being ministered to.

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  • July 3–The Arctic Gospel

    The Seventh-day movement began in North America in the mid-1800s. At the time, thousands of Christians were searching for greater understanding of biblical prophecy. Like the early days of the Advent movement, we have an opportunity to share a message of hope throughout the North American Division.

  • July 10–From Refugee to Church Planter

    When Jimmy was a kid, his people, the Karen were being persecuted. He was able to come to United States, and years later, Jimmy is ministering to the Karen people throughout North America.

  • July 17–Purse Party!

    On a Sunday afternoon in a small town, a group gathers for a purse party. Inside each one of the purses there's a tag that tells about the refugee who sewed that purse, asking the buyer to pray for that refugee.

  • July 24–ADRA vs. COVID

    The Adventist Development and Relief Agency, or ADRA, is the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. A team of more than 10,000 dedicated humanitarians in more than 100 countries serve the world’s most vulnerable people every day.

  • July 31–We’ve Got a Plan

    The Seventh-day Adventist Church has a plan--and you’re part of it! This plan is called I Will Go and it includes all of us. So you might be wondering, “How can I get involved?” Tiffany, a church planter in the United States talked with Mike Ryan, a Church leader involved in setting up the I Will Go plan, to get his input.

  • August 7– Pray Your Way Around the World

    Churches and schools, adults, children and academy students are praying for the cities! We believe that as we gather in spirit, praying in unity for the cities, God will be with us and hear our prayers.

  • August 14–Ebeye Thanks You

    One of the world’s most densely populated islands is home to a Seventh-day Adventist school. Thanks to your contributions to the 2018 offering, renovation to the floors and walls of the first and second floors is complete!

  • August 21–Smiles and Songs

    The coronavirus was spreading, and schools were shutting down across the United States and the rest of the world. Eleven-year-old Katelyn and her 9-year-old sister, Kallie, ended up back at home on the Navajo Reservation right in the middle of the school year.

  • August 28–A Guitar, a Book, and a Bible

    For some, music is just a combination of sounds to listen to. But for Sunil, music has a far greater value in his spiritual journey to know Christ.

  • September 4–"I Will Go" by Contagious Faith

    An original song by Contagious Faith. To hear more from this group, visit

  • September 11–Offering Hope to Hanoi

    Adventists in Vietnam constructed a seven-story building as an Urban Center of Influence in Hanoi to meet the needs of the local community.

  • September 18–Caring for the Foreigner

    Anees took action to seek out refugee communities in his area to help meet their needs.

  • September 25–A Day in the Life of a Missionary

    Every year, Adventist schools like Palau Mission Academy rely heavily on volunteers to teach the next generation of leaders. This quarter, a portion of your 13th Sabbath Offering will help build staff housing at Palau Mission Academy.