Seventh-day Adventist Links
Public Affairs & Religious Liberty Department of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. www.parl.gc.adventist.org. Building bridges with governments, international organizations, and religious leaders of diverse faiths; addressing conflicts; improving legislation; defending those who are persecuted for their faith; and promoting religious freedom for everyone.
International Religious Liberty Association, www.irla.org. Chartered in 1893, the IRLA has advocated for religious freedom for 105 years. It is incorporated as a tax-exempt educational organization. The IRLA does not identify with any political party anywhere, nor does it endorse candidates for political office. The IRLA was originally organized by leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, but its purpose is universal and non-sectarian. Various religious traditions are represented on the Board of Directors.
Liberty Magazine, www.libertymagazine.org, the nation’s oldest magazine devoted exclusively to religious freedom.
North American Religious Liberty Association. www.religiousliberty.info. NARLA is one of several dozen national and regional affiliates of the IRLA, working to preserve religious liberty within its region, in this case, the U.S. and Canada. It is a membership organization open to all who support its aims of preserving religious freedom for all peaceful people of faith.
Northwest Religious Liberty Association, www.nrla.com, a ministry of the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The Northwest Religious Liberty Association, organized in 1906, and reorganized in 1991, serves the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington through its team of government relations representatives and attorneys. The Northwest Religious Liberty Association partners with the North American and International Religious Liberty Associations to defend religious freedom here and abroad.
www.WrittenInTheHeart.org. This website is sponsored by the Church State Council, to promote a proper understanding of the law of God, in both its religious and secular significance.
Adventist Peace Fellowship. www.adventistpeace.org. Our mission is to offer resources for exploring the significance of Adventist beliefs and heritage for peacemaking in a violent world; to provide a forum for interchange and advocacy on how Adventist faith speaks to current issues of peace and peacemaking; and to connect Adventists with other peacemaking resources and organizations.