Selling children or preaching the word of god?
The Seventh-day Adventist church are they perhaps selling children?
Who is the Seventh-day Adventist?
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a Protestant Christian denomination that was founded in the United States in the mid-19th century. The church was formally organized in 1863 and has since grown to become one of the largest Protestant denominations in the world, with a membership of over 25 million people in 2021.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church places a strong emphasis on the Bible and the second coming of Jesus Christ. They observe the seventh day of the week, Saturday, as the Sabbath and believe in the importance of keeping it holy. They also emphasize health and wellness, encouraging members to follow a vegetarian or plant-based diet and abstain from tobacco and alcohol.
The church operates a network of hospitals and clinics around the world, known as Adventist Health, and also operates a large education system with schools and universities in many countries.
Seventh-day Adventists believe in salvation through faith in Jesus Christ and strive to follow His teachings in their daily lives. They also believe in the importance of sharing their faith with others and promoting peace and justice in the world.
Missing kids from the church
There are quite a few members of the church where children have gone missing.
Summer Wells is the most well-known case. She went missing in 2021 in Tennessee and posed for a photo near a For Sale sign the day before and was found at another Seventh-day Adventists church video in Sacramento in July and February. Then her remains were found in Sacramento in August 2022. Some believe her family members sold her to the church maybe for sex trafficking.
A girl from Namwala has allegedly gone missing from a Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) church premises while her mother was inside the church worshipping.
in April 2021, The girl allegedly disappeared on Saturday but its mother Maggrette Maingaila, 33, only reported the matter to the police on Wednesday.
Southern Province police commanding officer Paul Achiume said Astrina Kamanda crawled away from her mother, who was in a church for a service before she disappeared.
“The mother was attending a church service and allowed the daughter to be playing in the yard [of the church] but only came to discover that the baby was missing.
There are several accounts of children from 10-16 years old selling their siblings for sex as well as the church knowing hiring sex offenders and several claims of sexual abuse even claims of parents being asked or having sold their children to help sustain their life. You can read all about that here.