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Welcome to the online home of 

Seventh-Day Pioneer Mission

Located in Kentucky & Michigan

Our story & mission

The foundations of our faith

Fundamental Principles of SDA in 1889

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NON-TRINITARIAN CHURCH?

The Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) denomination has gone into apostasy by accepting the Roman Catholic doctrine of the trinity. Virtually all of the people who founded the SDA church in 1863 were non-trinitarian.  That is – they believed in God the Father, and his only begotten Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, the holy spirit is the spirit of God given to Jesus, and from Jesus to us. The holy spirit is not some third make-believe god, but is the spirit of God and of Christ.  See 1 Thes 4:8, Gal 4:6, John 16:7,14-15, 1 John 2:1, Acts 2:32-33, John 20:19-22, 2 Cor 3:17, Phil 1:19, and Eph 3:17. 

 

The papacy hoisted the trinity doctrine upon the world, and for well over 1200 years they sent armies to hunt down and murder all those who continued in a non-trinitarian faith, or would not accept other false doctrines.  In the 1800’s a man by the name of William Miller in the United States, and other Bible students in Europe and South America began to proclaim that Jesus would return in 1844.  They based this on Daniel 8:14.  Knowing that in symbolic prophecy a day represents a year, and having an understanding of the start date for the prophecy, they interpreted the “cleansing of the sanctuary” to mean Jesus would finally return and cleanse the earth of sin. They had the right date, but the wrong event. The correct event was when Jesus entered the most holy place of the sanctuary “in heaven” and began the judgement at that time. Jesus will return once the judgement has been  completed in heaven. The great disappointment and the commencement of the judgement are “symbolically” described in Rev 10 and 11. These things preceded the founding of the SDA church.

 

So the question is – how did the SDA church, which was originally non-trinitarian in its beliefs, come to accept the trinity doctrine?  You can find a good explanation of this and other topics at the following website: http://www.trinitytruth.org/

 

In the last days just before the return of Jesus many people will receive the seal of God (see Rev 7 and 14). Those who are sealed will have His name, which is the knowledge of His true character, written in their minds. The trinity doctrine destroys the true nature of the Godhead and replaces it with a pagan, unbiblical belief system. Only those faithfully worshipping the true God and living at that time will receive the seal of God.

 

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A NON-TRINITARIAN CHURCH, THE SEVENTH-DAY PIONEER MISSION WELCOMES AND INVITES YOU TO JOIN THIS HOME CHURCH FAMILY!

Our purpose is to motivate men and women to commit themselves wholly to the task of personal preparation for the coming of the Lord, and to the taking of the final warning message to every nation, kindred, tongue and people

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What We Believe

We believe that the founders of the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church, commonly referred to as the pioneers, had the correct interpretation of the Holy Bible.  Please note that our Mission has no affiliation whatsoever with the current SDA Church. 

Join Us

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Please join us each Sabbath (Sat.) for:

Sabbath School         10:00 a.m.

Worship                          11:20 a.m.

Fellowship Meal following Worship every Sabbath

Please check our Facebook  for occasional location changes

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