Our Pioneers

Remember who we are. The creators of the largest protestant hospital system in the world. Innovators who revolutionized American breakfast and gym equipment. Founders of the biggest protestant Christian school system globally. Men and women who sacrificed everything for a greater purpose. Who put it all on the line for the sake of the gospel. Who wrote, traveled, hustled, and preached day and night, year after year. Here’s to the pioneers of the Adventist movement — missional entrepreneurs and innovators who changed the world.

Five Reasons for Missional Entrepreneurship

There is a more effective way to advance God’s work, a way that combines our missional passion with our profession. It’s called missional entrepreneurship and has always been part of Christianity. Learn more and discover five powerful reasons for ME.

Madison College

The most successful Adventist college of the 20th century was an institution that equipped missional entrepreneurs. Edward Sutherland, Ellen White and a few others embraced the most innovate approach of true education and showcased it to the world.

The Beehive

Ellen White had a powerful vision how we should help the people in the big cities. She called this concept of full-time missional entrepreneurship the “beehive.” But we totally neglected this work…