Adventist - Laymen's Services & Industries
Adventist-laymen’s Services and Industries, known as ASI, is an organization of Seventh-day Adventist lay people involved in professions, industry, education, and/or services and exists to challenge, nurture, and provide experience in sharing Christ in the marketplace as well as supporting the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Sharing Christ in the marketplace is more than a motto or cliché, it is a lifestyle centered around witnessing to others in everyday life. ASI has a singular purpose of being a leader in motivating and facilitating its members to be active witnesses in their communities.
Adventist business owners and professionals offer a unique opportunity in their ability to bring Christ into their workplace. Through every day work-related activities and contacts, ASI members can touch an audience unreachable by a church pastor or evangelist.
ASI partners with members and Adventist church leaders in bringing Christ to everyone through funding and participating in mission projects.
Members’ efforts and commitment make a statement to other Seventh-day Adventists, with the goal to inspire to greater service.
In 1947, as a result of year long efforts by the Southern Union Conference and Madison College, 25 self-supporting institutions met in Cincinnati, Ohio, to form a new organization that would assist the work of the Seventh-day Adventist church in North America. The organization has since grown to include institutions and business owners from around the world.
ASI Southern Union Chapter
ASI Southern Union Chapter Executive Officers
ASI Conference Vice Presidents
ASI Local Conference Directors