Amazing Discoveries™ is a non-profit organization. The main branch is located in British Columbia, Canada with a subsidiary in Washington, USA. A sister branch is also located in Germany. The main bulk of the work in North America is done in Canada. Altogether, between AD Canada and AD USA, there are approximately 27 employees and contractors that help make the mission of Amazing Discoveries a reality.
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Amazing Discoveries is run by a board in each of the respective branches. In North America, the Canadian branch and the US branch work together. The board members are: Wenzel Goubej, Victor Gill, Dagmar Goubej, Mark Kiefiuk, Nettie Gill, Wendy Goubej, Mark Cleminson, Grace Mackintosh, Jim Hopps, Marlene Sinclair and Veronica Stoiu.
For over 15 years, Amazing Discoveries was primarily supported by the directors' own funds, with sales of DVDs helping to keep the ministry going. Amazing Discoveries is now supported through the donations of supporters who believe in our mission and work, and have seen value in the message and want to help us share it with the world. Sales of our DVDs form a very small part of our ministry, and help to cover part of the administrative costs so that we can use more donation dollars towards evangelistic efforts. When you purchase DVDs from Amazing Discoveries, you are helping to support the cost of running the ministry.
Because we believe that Jesus is coming soon and because we desire the message of our DVDs to reach as many as possible, the Amazing Discoveries Board made the mission-minded decision, at the end of 2011, to lift the copyright ban on four of Walter Veith's series: Total Onslaught, Rekindling the Reformation, Life At Its Best, and Genesis Conflict (for a complete list, click here), allowing those particular DVDs to be copied & distributed freely without profit.
Copies may only be made from DVDs purchased directly from Amazing Discoveries and must be made of the complete presentation with nothing added or removed. Any sale of any copies made is strictly forbidden.
Does Walter Veith get any benefit from Amazing Discoveries™?
Walter Veith receives a small royalty for sale of the DVDs, and uses this remuneration to cover additional research costs and other ministry expenses incurred while traveling to Amazing Discoveries. Other than that, he receives no profit from the ministry. Walter Veith is an employee of the South African conference, working as a pastor and evangelist in the African Division.
View our annual reports:
- 2010 – Annual Report
Size: 3.81 MB | Added on: 2011-12-20 | Downloads: 1200 | Type: PDF
- 2011 – Annual Report
Size: 2.39 MB | Added on: 2012-11-29 | Downloads: 690 | Type: PDF
- 2012 – Annual Report
Size: 1.29 MB | Added on: 2013-10-24 | Downloads: 460 | Type: PDF
- 2013 – Annual Reportnew!
Size: 6.88 MB | Added on: 2014-11-27 | Downloads: 5 | Type: PDF
Amazing Discoveries™ is an independent ministry that receives no denominational funding or subsidies.
Amazing Discoveries™ is funded through donations from friends and supporters. The sale of our products helps to support our administrative costs, so that as much of your donation as possible can be used for our projects and mission.
Illegal copying and distributing of our DVDs forces us to use donation funds to cover administrative costs.
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Absolutely. Our Internet streaming website offers you access to all of our material online anytime. No registration is required. You can also listen to our series in audio format.
Yes you can! We are now broadcasting all our presentations on our Roku Channel. To view our broadcasts, you will need to purchase a Roku set-top box here. The device will come with several channels including Amazing Facts, 3ABN, Hope Channel and more. Roku streaming player works without satellite and without a computer. All you need is a TV with HDMI or A/V input and Wi-Fi internet. Visit this page for more information.
Yes, you can download many of our videos from amazingdiscoveries.tv website. To do that, open a video you're insterested in transferring to your computer and look for an orange "Download" button. If the button is not there, come back in a while and it will hopefully be changed.
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Yes, you can purchase material from our Australian distributor, Steps to Life Australia.
Yes, you can purchase material from Lauretta Maritz: +27 71-531-4273 or adafrica @ amazingdiscoveries.co.za
Yes, you can purchase material from Amazing Discoveries™ Europe.
Yes. You can find our health articles and health products by visiting amazinghealth.com.
Amazing Discoveries™ does not accept donations marked tithe. When a donation is received marked tithe, the cheque or monies will be returned to the donor.
His last name is German where the "V" is pronounced "F" and the "th" is pronounced "t". The name Veith sounds like "fight".
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In the past, there has been some misunderstanding regarding the relationship between the Biblical Research Institute (BRI) and Walter Veith. Walter and Amazing Discoveries have been accused by Church leaders of not responding on their view on the issues of Bible translations.
The following documents are the dialogue between Walter Veith and the BRI. To date, the BRI has not replied to Walter Veith's last response. The issue still stands.
You will note that the BRI has provided no clarity on the two questions raised by Professor Veith: the issue of Ellen G. White used for exegesis, and the identity of the man of sin. We hope that as the full story is made available to our readers and supporters, previous misunderstandings about Walter Veith's interactions with the BRI will be clarified.
1. Reflections: A BRI Newsletter, January 2008.
2. Walter Veith's Letter of response to BRI regarding their Reflections article on Bible translations, 2008.
3. A Response to Reinder Bruinsma, 2009.
4. Walter Veith's response to BRI, May 2004.