SDA World Church Observes Special Needs Ministries Awareness Day

SDA World Church Observes Special Needs Ministries Awareness Day
Communication Department, ATCU
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On Sabbath, April 26, 2014, the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide will be focusing on ministries for those with special needs. According to the personal ministries and Sabbath school department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (GC), on this day, “every congregation is encouraged to introduce and explore the privilege and responsibility of a loving faith community to show God’s love to those with special needs.”

This observance comes on the heels of the first ever Inter-American Division’s (IAD) Special Needs Summit which was held recently at the IAD’s headquarters in Miami, Florida. It is also anticipated that the Atlantic Caribbean Union will convene its Special Needs Summit during March 12-15, 2015.

For more information on how to make Sabbath, April 26 a meaningful day, you can visit the GC’s web-site at
http://www.sabbathschoolpersonalministries.org/article/246/sabbath-school/special-sabbaths-2014/special-needs-ministries-awareness-april-26-2014#.UzwP6f1mj1r