Here are some church-related links that you might find useful.

Advent Source - Advent Source On-line features a customized page for every area of ministry to help you find the best materials to lead out in your chosen ministry. Whether you are a Pastor, a Sabbath school teacher, serving as the church Treasurer or helping organize a family ministries program, we know what you need.

Adventist Laymen’s Services & Industries - ASI is the Seventh-day Adventist organization of supporting ministries, businesses and professionals who are responding to the call of God to actively share Christ’s love and hope with the world.

Adventist News Network - ANN World News Bulletin is a review of news and information issued by the Communication department from the Seventh-day Adventist Church World Headquarters and released as part of the service of Adventist News Network. It is made available primarily to religious news editors. Our news includes dispatches from the church's international offices and the world headquarters.

Adventist Organization Directory - If you’re going out of town (or even out of the country) and you want to find a nearby Adventist church, hospital, book center, school, etc. – you’ll find this directory very useful. 

Adventist Single Adult Ministries (ASAM NAD) - Our goal is to support and nurture relationships for single adults with each other and with other members of the church family.  ASAM is a fellowship that provides the opportunity and encouragement to single adults (whether never married, divorced or widowed) for getting acquainted with other singles for the purpose of reflecting, discussing issues, studying God’s Word, singing, praying, playing, interacting, resting, traveling and enjoying God’s great outdoors – all to enhance the quality of one’s life!

Adventist World Church - Our world church website.

Adventist Youth Ministries - Making children and youth the priority for Jesus.

Amazing Facts - Amazing Facts is a Christian organization that believes in the fundamental teachings of the Bible and Christianity.  Our purpose is to open the Bible to everyone's understanding regardless of religion, race, nationality, or gender. We take seriously the commission to "Go ye therefore and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world." Matthew 28:19. - Sharing the Bible is the purpose of features brief Bible topics, in-depth Bible studies, and the ability to interact with a Bible specialist by asking Bible related questions. We take advantage of the Internet to connect users with Bible knowledge and with a group of volunteer Bible specialists.  This website also allows you to ask for special prayer and receive Bible promises related to your request from one of our Prayer volunteers. Furthermore, most features are available in a multi-lingual format.

Children's Ministries (NAD) - Children's Ministries in the North American Division of Seventh Day Adventists is a ministry that is filled with people who are diligently working to create resources that will empower our leaders. From devotionals for Children, to training, to Vacation Bible School materials and even help in crafts, we try and create resources while remaining current and "fresh". We want to be able to relate to our children of THIS GENERATION and inspire them to "Say YES to Jesus".

Club Ministries (NAD) - Resources for Adventurer, Pathfinder and Master Guide clubs.

Family Ministries (NAD) - This website offers resources and tools for Family Ministries leaders.  Family processes are at once the most challenging and gratifying in human experience. It is our hope and desire that our site will help you find whatever information you need in your quest to develop healthier family processes for yourself and for those you are in relationship with.

Health Ministries (NAD) - This website offers resources and tools for Health Ministry leaders to engage, uplift, and empower them to serve intelligently, wisely, and with passion.  We also encourage others who are looking for great health education resources, information, and a community to support them through their personal health journey.  Wherever we may be on that road now, we believe the God’s desire is to bring us to a better place.  And He desires us to get there together with Him and with each other.

Hope Sabbath School Study - Hope Sabbath School is an interactive Bible-study of the adult Sabbath School lesson published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Hope TV - The Hope Channel is a Christian television network that seeks to bring everlasting hope to people around the world. We believe true inner peace and contentment is found in Jesus Christ. Our programming is designed to help people experience the abundant life that Jesus promised in John 10:10.

It Is Written - It Is Written is a deeply spiritual ministry passionate about communicating the Gospel to the world. It Is Written seeks to impact lives for Christ in four ways-through the weekly telecast, the Internet, a worldwide evangelistic ministry, and Christian living and faith-sharing resources.

Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventist - Our regional administrative conference website.

Sabbath School Network - The Sabbath School Network is brought to you by lay members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church who volunteer their time and efforts. SSNET is completely non-profit and accepts no money.  The Sabbath School Network was founded and is still being funded by David Albrecht (pictured on the right). He provides hosting for the SSNET web site and serves on the moderator team. 

Sabbath School University - Sabbath School University, a weekly half-hour satellite broadcast, first hit the airwaves in early 2001. It was produced at the Adventist Media Center in southern California, but since that time, it has become ever more cosmopolitan in bringing the week’s Sabbath School lesson to today’s audience. It has been produced at studios at the Adventist Media Centre in Sydney, Australia, on the campus of Andrews University, the Adventist Media Centre on the campus of Helderburg College, South Africa, and is now hosted back on the campus of Andrews University.  The lively discussion is based on the week’s Sabbath School lesson and offers creative approaches to the way in which it may be presented. Guests from all over the world bring a refreshing richness to the program.

The Ellen G. White Estate - Who was Ellen G. White, and why do millions consider her writings of special value and significance?    In brief, she was a woman of remarkable spiritual gifts who lived most of her life during the nineteenth century (1827-1915), yet through her writings she is still making a revolutionary impact on millions of people around the world. During her lifetime she wrote more than 5,000 periodical articles and 40 books; but today, including compilations from her 50,000 pages of manuscript, more than 100 titles are available in English. She is the most translated woman writer in the entire history of literature, and the most translated American author of either gender. Her writings cover a broad range of subjects, including religion, education, social relationships, evangelism, prophecy, publishing, nutrition, and management. Her life-changing masterpiece on successful Christian living, Steps to Christ, has been published in more than 140 languages.

The Voice of Prophecy - The Voice of Prophecy radio, Bible school, and evangelistic ministry has its international headquarters at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California. H. M. S. Richards, a Seventh-day Adventist evangelist, pioneered the use of radio to present the gospel nearly 80 years ago -- when many of his colleagues thought the new device was the Devil's playground. Today, Voice of Prophecy strives to stay on the cutting edge in reaching contemporary society, utilizing the latest technologies for sharing God's Word.

Three Angels Broadcasting Network - Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) is the "Mending Broken People Network," a 24-hour Christian television and radio network. 3ABN’s focus is to present programming which will reach people right where they are hurting. 3ABN offers divorce recovery programs, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, cooking and health programs, stop smoking and weight loss, programs that deal with children and family issues, organic gardening, natural home remedies, gospel music programs, as well as a variety of inspirational themes from the Bible for children and adults.

Women's Ministries (General Conference) - Women's Ministries is a place to address the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of women in the church. It encourages women to improve their potential for participation in the mission of the church. It is a support system for hurting women-whether they are suffering from divorce, abuse or simply loneliness. It is a forum to help address topics and issues as they affect the woman. It encourages young women through a scholarship program. It encourages women to become involved in all areas of ministry in their church, their community, and in their home. It mentors young women so that they may find joy in the Lord. Women's Ministries recognizes that women have many Gifts of the Spirit and it attempts to help women discover and use these gifts to the glory of God.

Women's Ministries (NAD) - Our spiritual vision is to lift up Jesus Christ and Him crucified by enabling women to discover and realize their leadership and ministry within the home, the church, and the community. By the transforming power of the gospel His strength will be their strength. The Women's Ministries Department will endeavor to enrich and empower women to realize their value as human beings in Christ and their role within church and society.