Most Seventh-day Adventist church members are acquainted with the church’s teaching about what happens when a person dies. That is, we believe that when a person dies, he/she does not immediately go to heaven or hell. We continue to believe the teaching that the dead will come forth either at the first or second resurrection. Below is the official position regarding death as believed and practiced by the Seventh-day Adventist Church:


“The wages of sin is death. But God, who alone is immortal, will grant eternal life to His redeemed. Until that day death is an unconscious state for all people. When Christ, who is our life, appears, the resurrected righteous and the living righteous will be glorified and caught up to meet their Lord. The second resurrection, the resurrection of the unrighteous, will take place a thousand years later.

Participants of this support group will identify with one of the following:

(1.)   A practicing Seventh-day Adventist.

(2.)   Someone who once was a practicing Seventh-day Adventist.

(3.)   Someone who believes in the state of the dead as taught by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He/she may never have practiced as a Seventh-day Adventist.

This website provides information for those who may fit into one of the three categories listed above.

Similar to traditional support groups, the goal of this online support group is to help you improve in various areas of need. However, the main difference between the traditional and online support service is that one does not have to go to a meeting place. Instead, you will participate by using some type of technologically supported equipment. One significant advantage of using technology is that it saves time and expenses.


Just as the rainbow brings hope to the world, may these sessions bring you hope!

The services provided use a coaching model to provide support. It is not a therapy or counseling model. Our coaching model helps each individual determine his/her status while on the road of grievance. That is, what are the needs, what information is needed, and what skills need to be created or improved. In addition, our coaching model accommodates the pace each participant needs for a successful journey. Prayer, Bible verses, inspirational writings, testimonies, sharing, and discussions contribute to to the progress of each person. To accommodate one’s need, there are several categories for coaching. Namely, they are as follows:

  • Individual coaching
  • Couple coaching
  • Family coaching
  • Group coaching
  • Youth coaching

All of the above are conducted online.

The Goal of The Sessions

The goal of this support group is to help you address the emotional, mental, psychological, and spiritual state of mind you are experiencing. Ultimately, the goal is to help you regain wholeness in various aspects of your life.