The primary source of information about the Southern Union is the Southern Tidings. This news magazine keeps the Church family informed of the progress of the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Southeast, and provides ideas and inspiration for reaching the community. Circulation is more than 92,000.
Through its pages, the Southern Tidings also serves as a medium of exchange of ideas and methods; thereby, inspiring more effective Christian service.
The Southern Tidings was first published in 1907 as Report of Progress; from 1910 to 1932 as Southern Union Worker; then merged with Field Tidings to become Southern Tidings. All issues of these magazines are available online at the General Conference Online Document Archives.
PDF versions of the Southern Tidings from 2006 forward may be found in our online archive.