Adventism
Assembly of Yahweh
In the 1920s, some Adventists became convinced that calling the Creator and Savior by their revealed Hebrew names (Elohim, Yahweh, and Yeshohua, rather than God, Lord, and Jesus) was important. Thus was the Sacred Name movement launched. The Assembly of Yahweh in Eaton Rapids, Michigan, an independent congregation in the Church of God (Seventh-day) tradition was the first outpost of the movement and began to issue its first periodical, The Truth. It remains an important center of the movement.