Do Seventh-day Adventists call their leader pastor?

A Seventh-day Adventist who becomes a Christian minister of the gospel within that denomination is called a "pastor" or a "minister". He or she is not usually called "reverend" and is never called "father" (pastors have very little in common with Catholic priests). The Adventist Church has a worldwide church organization which includes several levels, the highest of which is the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The General Conference is led by one person, known as the GC president. The current GC president is Jan Paulsen.