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The Early Years: Adventist Communication Network Programs
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The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America started a video/audio system to reach all 5,900+ congregations through satellite technology. Programming emphasized outreach to the community and nurture topics to educate local church leaders. We started providing content on one of our favorite topics: reconnecting ministries.

Back in the early 1990s, we called the program Reclaiming Roundtable which was recorded and uplinked at studios on the University of Nebraska at Lincoln campus. We brought guests from across North America to Lincoln to share what they were doing in their congregation to reach missing members. We would introduce the guests to our College View Church which provided an exchange of ideas that was very exciting.

INNOVATIONewsletter, April 10, 2008, The Center for Creative Ministry