The Adventist Media Center (AMC) Board of Trustees met on April 29 to discuss the future of media in the North American Division (NAD). Chaired by Dan Jackson, NAD president, the meeting took place at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California. After two years of research, interviews, studies and summit meetings, NAD leadership has developed summary documents and a proposal for allowing the six major ministries currently housed at the Media Center to relocate over the next 12-18 months and selling the Media Center facilities. Their recommendation is subject to a ratifying vote from the full NAD Executive Committee in November.

“The details are important,” said Tom Lemon, Mid-America Union president.  To read the official comprehensive release by NAD communication director George Johnson, click here.