It Is Written is a donor-supported ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is viewed in approximately every city in the United States and 700 cities in Canada. The program's reach extends to at least 143 countries. Each month, an average of 900,000 people visit the website to watch the program and to obtain Bible studies.
We are providing wells for the people in Mongolia and assisting with health clinics for impoverished urban communities.
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The Protestant Reformation centered on the iconic city of Rome. In honor of the 500 year anniversary of the stary of the Reformation, John Bradshaw will be holding an evangelistic series there.
On this final Mission: Mongolia trip more than 120 It Is Written volunteers will conduct several clinics around Ulaanbaatar. In the evening, John Bradshaw will be preaching an evangelistic series.
500 years after Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the Castle Church door, It Is Written is headed back to Germany. Eric Flickinger will be hosting an evangelistic series where the Protestant Reformation began.
SALT is a four-month evangelism training program conducted in association with Southern Adventist University, and held on SAU’s beautiful campus in Tennessee.
SALT is the result of a partnership between Southern Adventist University and It Is Written. SALT is able to offer college credits by utilizing Southern Adventist University professors for a large portion of its curriculum, and provide hands on evangelism training by working in active churches that are preparing for an evangelistic series.
"It Is Written" has been a staple on American television since premiering in 1956. The weekly program, currently hosted by John Bradshaw, applies timeless truths to everyday life, with many episodes dealing with issues such as loneliness, fear, low self-esteem and spiritual principles.
With its straightforward, uplifting presentations, the program aims to inspire and encourage people of all faiths and creeds. Founded by George Vandeman, "It Is Written" was the first religious telecast to air in color.