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Natural Remedies Seminar

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It's that time again..... Wildwood Lifestyle Center & Hospital's Natural Remedies Seminar is taking it up a notch. This year we would like you to experience the methods of health and see the change...  More

ASI Lake Union Spring Fellowship

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This weekend, April 18-19, 2014, the ASI Lake Union chapter will hold its annual Spring Fellowship at the Crowne Plaza by the Airport in Grand Rapids, MI.  All the meetings will be video ...  More

Tell the World About Jesus!

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Tell the World About Jesus! This coming weekend, many individuals will have their hearts and minds turned toward the death and resurrection of Christ. Sabbath, April 19, is also World Literature Di...  More

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ABOUT ASI

Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries (ASI) is a membership-based organization of Seventh-day Adventist laypeople who are enthusiastic about actively participating in the church’s worldwide mission.

This unique and diverse group of approximately 1,000 members ranges from business owners to individual professionals to supporting ministries. In short, ASI members are Adventists from every walk of life.

ASI’s philosophy promotes a Christ-centered lifestyle, manifested by a commitment to be in daily partnership with God. ASI members seek to experience God's love in their own lives and share that love with the people they encounter in their everyday work and activities—hence ASI's motto, Sharing Christ in the Marketplace.

Furthermore, ASI is committed to supporting the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its various outreach programs; which include health, education, evangelism, community services, family concerns and special projects.

ASI's history is rooted in Madison College, an Adventist self-supporting institution established in 1904 near Nashville, Tennessee by E.A. Sutherland and Percy Magan. As Madison expanded it began to plant satellite schools and institutions around the country. In 1947 these self-supporting entities formed the Association of Seventh-day Adventist Self-Supporting Institutions, or ASI.

At the time, ASI members were educational or health outfits. Over the years however, ASI membership began to include businesses and Adventist entrepreneurs and professionals. Thus in 1979, to better reflect ASI's diverse membership, the organization's name was changed to Adventist-laymen's Services & Industries.

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