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Too many Adventists live in a bubble, disconnected, even oblivious to what’s taking place in the world.  Consequently, society knows very little about SDAs, other than the fact we’re healthy, live long, and have unique views on prophecy.

This is great, but they must know more.

We need to engage the world.  It’s time for society to become acquainted with our perspectives, our worldview, our philosophy on life, and the cosmos.

But, in order to interact with society at this level we must also be engaged and informed.  We need to know what’s taking place, what people are thinking. Society’s pulse.

Furthermore, we need more daring, thought provoking Adventists to share our biblical worldview in regards to life and society, its woes and concerns.  We need Daniel’s and Joseph’s in a secular society. We must live in the world, yet remain distinct from it.

BONDERS, was created to unite Bible believing, Adventist communities for the single purpose of taking our message to the world–not by shoving truth down their throats, but by interaction with it. In addition, BONDERS serves as a venue that allies various ministries in order to build unity, cooperation, and synergy.

In the near future BONDERS will continue to facilitate ministry in a number of ways.  Conferences and retreats will be organized and global missions will take place nationally and internationally. Furthermore, our website ( will continue to expand, and Team Revolution will increase it’s local impact nationally.

The Second Advent of Jesus is near.  It’s time to reveal to the world what it means to reflect Jesus in our lives.

We are to be the salt of the world.




Executive Editor: Andy Im

Andy Im has a degree in Political Science from the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill. He also holds a Masters degree (Systematic Theology) from Southern Adventist University. He is currently the Director of BONDERS, and an Associate Director of CAMPUS for the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He served as Co-Chair of the Religion Department at Weimar Institute prior to his employment in Michigan.


Contributing Editor: Israel Ramos

Israel Ramos’ background is in Religion and Education with an emphasis on Social Science.  He is currently working on a Masters degree from the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University.  He serves as the director of Public Campus Ministries in the Michigan Conference and enjoys pets, food, and triathlon with his wife Judy and their three young boys.