SILVER SPRING, Md. — An army of housekeeping inspectors has been hired by the General Conference. The new inspectors are tasked with manually checking Adventist homes for cleanliness on Friday afternoons.
Effective immediately, professional inspectors will check Adventist houses for evidence of a thorough cleaning no later than an hour before sunset.
“We have received too many reports of our members sweeping dirt under rugs and just phoning it in with their pre-Sabbath cleaning duties,” said GC Director of Overkill Duwit Oaver.
“Members that are consistently behind on their cleaning or that simply refuse to open their doors to inspectors will have their names and faces posted in the lobby of their local churches,” said Oaver.
He added that the inspectors have been given full authority to also inspect and critique the “quality, creativity and vegetarianism of any and all food items prepared for Sabbath consumption.”