South Haven, Michigan | Courtesy Molly Shuler Pate
The Lake Union Herald is a full-color magazine of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Lake Union Headquarters. With a circulation of approximately 35,000, it serves the churches in the Great Lakes area within the Illinois, Indiana, Lake Region, Michigan, and Wisconsin conferences. The magazine's primary purpose is to tell the stories of God at work in His people in order to encourage, inspire, educate, advance, and unify the church in the Lake Union.
The Lake Union Herald has been published since November 1908. The magazine is funded through advertising and subsidies from the local conferences.
A complimentary subscription of the Lake Union Herald is distributed to each Seventh-day Adventist household in the Lake Union territory or provided through a bulk mailing to churches as requested. Subscriptions are available.
To tell the stories of what God is doing in the lives of His people in order to encourage, inspire, educate, advance and unify the church in the Lake Union.
“I tell you the truth, the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing, because whatever the Father does the Son also does"
To be an integral instrument in the work of evangelism and nurture.
To represent the official agenda of the administration and president’s council of the Lake Union without digressing to distracting forum discussions and debates by special interest groups.
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