July 2, 2015
Breaking Church News

San Antonio Eagerly Welcomes 65,000 Adventists 

The convention is the city’s biggest ever and is expected to pump $41 million into the local economy.

Adventist Membership Surges in San Antonio Despite Daunting Rain

More than 700 baptisms are expected after a major evangelistic initiative.

Thousands of Pastors Leave Austin Reignited for Service

CALLED conference wraps up with a call to let God lead.

Building, Exercising, and Drawing for Jesus 

Pastors share three innovative ways to evangelize at the CALLED Convention.

2015 GC Session Bulletin 1

Today's Adventist Review, the first of eight GC Session Bulletins, features a comprehensive introduction to the session and the city of Antonio, including the GC president's report, a brief history of the city, tourist attractions, a guide to the session agenda, and highlights from previous GC sessions. As a service to our readers, the entire contents of this issue is accessible on our Web site. Below are a few highlights. To access the complete issue, click here.

A Warm Welcome to All

A greeting from the General Conference president.

Your Guide to the GC Session Agenda

Here’s an overview of what to expect in San Antonio in July.

Presidential Report

A look back over the last five years. 

The Spirit of '63

The first General Conference session.

A Brief Look at San Antonio's History

It's a culturally colorful city with a storied past. 

It's A Movement

What does it take to report on the General Conference Session? Adventist Review editor Bill Knott shares his perpective.

Ten Days in San Antonio

​Making the difference for our host city.

More Special Features

GC Session Delegates

Here are the people who will represent Adventist members in San Antonio.

GC Session Supplement

Reports of the General Conference departments and institutions over the past five years.

The "Other" Side of GC Session

Events beyond the business meetings.

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