About 3AngelsLCI

3AngelsLCI's VISION 2025

On February 27, 2015, 3Angels Livable Communities Initiative (3AngelsLCI) International Foundation launched its VISION 2025. This launch is in commemoration of Ellen G. White's "new strategy" for global community development she visioned on February 27, 1910. 

As the 105-year anniversary of that "new strategy," February 27, 2015 became the key date to launch the VISION 2025. Though the vision is full of promise in regards to alleviating human suffering worldwide, as of 2015, Ellen G. White's vision is still yet to be implemented. 3AngelsLCI's VISION 2025 is a vision by young people from all over the world who are dedicated to fully implementing and bringing that "new strategy" to life.

Twin-Model Strategy: Centers of Influence and Outpost Centers
  • Centers of Influence are one part of the Ellen G. White's twin-model strategy of global community development and humanitarian endeavors for impacting all cities, towns and villages worldwide.
  • Outpost Centers are the other part of Ellen G. White's twin-model strategy. The services at the Outpost Centers and Centers of Influence are to complement each other.
Current Initiatives
  1. Rodney's 1 Million Page Challenge: 2,500 Books in 10 Years.  This is a 3AngelsLCI initiative for extensive information collection to gather nuggets that are likely to be useful in global community development. The initiative was initially scheduled to start in 2011 and end in 2020. It now has been relaunched in 2015 to align it with the VISION 2025 timeline.
  2. DC's Sunshine Paradise - Gardening Hub of Influence, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.  This is a home-based organic gardening project seeking to test out the effectiveness of home gardens as tools for community development. Ellen G. White advocated gardening as a tool for effective community development. Click here to check the "Gallery" for photographs showing the progress of the garden.
  3. The Best Kept "Secret:"  Learning from the South Pacific Division.  This is an intensive research to learn some great nuggets from the South Pacific Division about how this division used the power of organizations and social entrepreneurship to transform at least 3 or 4 continents for more than 100 years.  We feel the unique social entrepreneurship, innovation and social impact of this division has not been properly understood and appreciated. This best kept "secret" of social entrepreneurship is mine-deep with insights for global community development. Stay tuned!

3AngelsLCI's Mission and Vision

3Angels Livable Communities Initiative (3AngelsLCI) is a pro bono international foundation and a global initiative dedicated to solving the world's greatest humanitarian challenges.  3AngelsLCI addresses community challenges by utilizing
  • teaming, 
  • systems thinking, and 
  • a community-capitals approach
to enhance community livability.  Its methods and principles are based on Ellen G. White's explication of the Isaiah 58 community missionary work.  3AngelsLCI is dedicated to implementing White's blueprint for modeling comprehensive humanitarian hubs that serve every city, town, and community worldwide.

The pro bono team at the 3AngelsLCI International Foundation coordinates
  • assets, 
  • talent, 
  • experts, 
  • ideas, 
  • funding, and 
  • tools
that empower Seventh-day Adventist teams and their community partners to launch small and organic 144,000* humanitarian "outpost hubs" and "hubs of influence."   3AngelsLCI ensures each person and community worldwide has access to at least one hub.

3AngelsLCI unlocks human potential and positive long-lasting decision-making by equipping the 144,000* humanitarian hubs to enhance their local community capitals.  The hubs empower and give people easy access to better living standards, intellectual development, and exposure to the 3Angels Concepts of
  • unity, 
  • liberty, 
  • love, 
  • health, 
  • peace, and 
  • justice.
*The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that in 2015 there will 7.2 billion people worldwide1 and it defines an urbanized area as one with at least 50,000 people.2 Therefore, in 2015 there will be 7.2 billion ÷ 50,000 = 144,000 'theoretical cities' worldwide.


1. http://www.census.gov/population/international/data/idb/region.php?N=%20Results%20&T=13&A=aggregate&RT=0&Y=2014&R=1&C= or http://www.freezepage.com/1438762459MXMCDGLFEU
2. http://www.census.gov/geo/www/ua/2010urbanruralclass.html or http://www.freezepage.com/1438762621ZAWAIDNQWU


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