Ted Wilson re-elected as president of Seventh-day Adventists General Conference

The Executive Committee of the Seventh-day Adventist Church voted to re-elect Ted N.C. Wilson as president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church. This will be Wilson’s third term.

Ted N.C. Wilson has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church in a variety of roles throughout his nearly 50 years of ministry.

He began as a pastor in the Greater New York Conference in 1974, and quickly moved into administrative and foreign service roles.

His administrative experience led the Church in business session to elect him as a General Conference vice president in 2000 a position he held until 2010 when he was elected president.
In his message after being elected P.r Ted Wilson says the goal of the church is to maintain focus on what God has called the remnant Church to do.

The Wilson covet member’s prayers as they continue in their leadership roles within the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Uganda Union mission communication director Immanuel Ogwal in a statement congratulated Ted Wilson upon his re-election.

” Uganda Union of Seventh-day Adventist congratulates the Wilson’s upon the re-election” part of the statement reads.

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