Our Current Projects

Here are the different ways the Center for Online Evangelism is reaching out to the multitude of seekers in the online mission field.


Countless seekers have questions specifically about Adventists and our unique beliefs. By analyzing data provided by search engines, we can find out exactly what those questions are. Then we can use that information to develop content that answers those questions and addresses people’s spiritual needs.

AskAnAdventistFriend.com covers a variety of subjects such as our fundamental beliefs, what it means to be a prophet, how Jesus is our Savior, and that He is returning soon.

In each page we publish, we also encourage readers to begin Bible studies and direct them toward established Adventist resources.

Ask a Friend Cards

Ask A Friend cards

Have you heard of our Ask A Friend Cards?

We have an exciting outreach tool that you can use to be part of our Ask An Adventist Friend project–Ask A Friend cards.

The same size as a business card, these are available for you to share with friends and family who might have questions about Adventists. And the cards have a premium coating on thick cardstock, which makes them stand out.

One side of the card features a common question about Adventists. The other side features a QR code and the website address. Scan the QR code with your phone, and you’re taken directly to the website, where the question is answered.

Currently, we have 9 designs, including a Prayer Request card. Each Prayer Request is sent to a member of the Adventist World Radio (AWR) team to be prayed over. Someone will respond to each request and follow up to get updates on the situation being prayed over.

We are continually working on this project, so keep an eye out for updated designs!

Head over to our store to add these cards to your personal evangelism efforts.


Have you ever Googled “Adventists” and been surprised or saddened by what showed up in the search results?

Unfortunately, there is much misinformation circulating about our denomination.

However, we can mitigate this situation by producing, optimizing, and promoting content that is accurate, high-quality, and helpful. Rather than engaging with the inaccurate or derogatory content, we can “overcome evil with good” (Romans 12:21) and appear more prominently in Google’s search engine results pages.


Online missionaries are needed in every part of the world. Our Digital Evangelism Project (DEP) works with Adventists in underserved and vulnerable areas with a two-fold goal: Training people to share their faith through online evangelism, and also teaching them valuable career skills that prepare them for modern jobs, which allows them to provide for their families.