Adventist children report great disappointment over carob Easter eggs

BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. — Adventist parents everywhere are desperately trying to console their children amid cries of rage and great disappointment. At the counsel of the General Conference Children’s Read more […]

Ben Carson’s politics voted Adventism’s Greatest Disappointment since 1844

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a Pew Research Center survey of Seventh-day Adventists, members of the denomination have overwhelmingly pointed to Adventist retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson’s political Read more […]

Slide Show: 15 greatest disappointments of Adventists

Thousands of people, some of whom had given away all of their possessions, waited expectantly for Jesus to appear on Oct. 22, 1844. When He didn’t appear, the date became known as the Great Disappointment. But out of the Great Disappointment the seeds of the Seventh-day Adventist Church sprouted. We’re a little late to the celebration (disappointing, we know ::haaaaa::) but in honor of that momentous occasion, we present a list of things that Adventists find disappointing.