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The directory of Adventist businesses

The new Adventist ecosystem.

The Jewish economy is so successful because they buy, sell, lend, refer and support each other. It's time to connect 15,000+ Adventist businesses & ministries.

A beehive network

Visionary Ellen White had a remarkable dream about startups in San Francisco. Around 1901 it came to fruition. In San Francisco, Adventists had dozens of successful businesses and ministries. They shared the Gospel and helped the poor & needy. This network was called a “beehive.” A model that was to be replicated in every city of the world.

The biggest potential we have is You.

99% of our membership is not employed by the church. Imagine using your unique talent to advance God’s work.

Let's establish a beehive network of missional ventures in every city of the world.

1. Submit your application

and get approved once we launch.

2. List your business

on the largest SDA directory (beta).

3. Connect with others

and join a beehive of SDA businesses.

It's so easy to join.

You have a business.

All entities controlled by Adventists are part of our family. Sole proprietors, contractors, freelancers, small businesses, non-profits, churches, institutions, corporations and enterprises.

You have a mission.

Your business has a purpose to demonstrate Christ's love and win souls for His kingdom.

You commit to collaborate.

Your business can help others be successful. Let's support each other and build an Adventist economy of missional entrepreneurs.

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More kingdom impact.

Ellen White and honey bees

Around 1876, visionary Ellen White had a remarkable dream about startups in and around San Francisco which came to fruition almost three decades later.

Although that area includes today’s Silicon Valley, the nature of these ventures was very different back then. It was all about natural health care, innovative culinary cuisine and social & spiritual impact. These business owners were striving to solve the world’s most pressing problems in a sustainable way and showing to everyone in a practical way that God is love. Ellen White called this network of missional ventures a beehive.

Many church members were involved in helping the poor, caring for the sick, finding homes for orphans and jobs for the unemployed. They were running vegetarian restaurants, health food stores, treatment centers,…