For more than 100 years, the Adventist Church has actively sought to engage people of influence in society, both to share who Adventists are, and to support the mission activities of our church. This work is deeply rooted in both the theology and mission of Adventism.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church entrusts the Public Affairs and Religious Liberty department with the work of interfaith relations and forming relationships with a variety of political and religious leaders. Since this department was formed in 1901, it has worked to share the values and beliefs of the Adventist Church with people of influence in society and to dispel misconceptions and misinformation about our faith community.
An interview with Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Director for the Adventist World Church, Ganoune Diop.
.A dedication ceremony is held for the facility that will house the church’s first nursing school in the country.
Keynote speaker and former world church PARL director, John Graz, urged attendees to resist complacency and to speak out against religious persecution around the world.