Adventist presidents visit to China first by a top church leader in decades

Adventist world church President Jan Paulsen speaks to a congregation of 1,000 that meets at the Beishi Protestant Church. Paulsen’s visit to China was his first since he became world church president 10 years ago. [photos: Rajmund Dabrowski/ANN] Two Seventh-day Adventist congregations in the Northeast Chinese city of Shenyang illustrate the dynamics of the church in China, where local churches often serve as both ministry and administrative hubs for smaller congregations.

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