LifeSpring School of Ministry
As a ministry of the Church of God (Seventh Day), LifeSpring School of Ministry is an educational service that exists to serve the Body of Christ, His church, by training up a generation of selfless, committed, and vibrant men and women dedicated to passionate worship, compassionate service, aggressive witness, strong fellowship, and committed discipleship.
GC Missions is the foreign missions outreach arm of the General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day). Areas of focus include church planting, home missions, and several mission assistance funds. GC Missions assists in establishing and maintaining churches and missions outside of North America, as well as encouraging the planting and revitalization of churches in North America. Literature, training, and salaries for many workers are among the services provided.
The General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) places major emphasis on the development and production of several types of publications. Print resources include The Bible Advocate (also available online), tracts and study booklets, and quarterly group discussion guides. Online resources include Now What?, a monthly online publication asking questions relevant to society and culture today; and study materials for each book of the Bible.
Spring Vale Academy
Spring Vale Academy (SVA) was founded in 1946 to serve the families of the Church of God (Seventh Day) by providing a high school devoted to preparing its students to be Christian leaders and workers socially, academically, and psychologically. SVA is separately incorporated as a non-profit corporation governed by its own school board and is located in rural, central Michigan.