November 21, 2012

Caught in the Act

To be a Seventh-day Adventist means being part of a prophetic movement. Your fellow Adventists come from “every nation, tribe, language and people” (Rev. 14:6), and represent every age, education, and economic level. Because of this, the local community where you worship is often the scene of events and celebrations that remind us that our global movement is also a family in which everyday rituals create bonds that bind us to each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.

The kind of fellowship we’re talking about is often captured in words in the stories and articles that appear in Adventist Review, but we also want to share some photographs that reflect the warmth, devotion, commitment, and fun that come from being part of a global family.—Editors.