Who is the International Missionary Society Seventh-day Adventist Church Reform Movement?
The International Missionary Society is a Christian denomination that takes the Bible as its foundation of faith and practice and believes in Jesus as the Son of God and the Redeemer. His imminent second coming to earth, faithfulness to the Ten Commandments of God, and the principle of nonviolence are central to the movement's fundamental beliefs. Having its roots in the advent message preached in the nineteenth century, the organization considers the preaching of the gospel to all the world to be its primary mission.
We are a worldwide group of people who take Jesus’ message of love and forgiveness to heart, which compels us to reach out to all nations with the truth.
We are organized to serve our communities through spiritual services, educational institutes, and health seminars.
We believed in the validity of the 10 commandments and especially we keep Seventh-day sabbath rest as a pillar in our relationship with God and humanity
We center our hopes in the imminent second coming of Jesus to this earth. That is why we work together a body to use all our different talents to serve God’s cause and our fellow man.
We believe that the Third Angel Message is the present truth with the purpose to reform the gospel as it is in Jesus
And last but not least we are movement, seeking move forward and higher to hasten Jesus’s return.