Wednesday, January 23, 2019

San surgeon a finalist in Women of the Year Awards

Associate professor Payal Mukherjee is committed to inspiring young women into pursuing careers in surgery and medical technology.

Australian dad part of an international film project

Sabbath offerings to help disadvantaged students

The man who fell into the hands of robbers

San Regifting Fair to raise funds for women’s shelter

Got any unwanted Christmas gifts? The Sydney Adventist Hospital is holding its first-ever Regifting Fair and is seeking donations.

Health Matters: Robotic Surgery

Sydney Adventist Hospital orthopaedic surgeon Dr John Limbers discusses the benefits of MAKO robotic joint replacement surgery.

San surgeon a finalist in Women of the Year Awards

Associate professor Payal Mukherjee is committed to inspiring young women into pursuing careers in surgery and medical technology.

Health Matters: Ageing

Want to know how to slow down ageing? Professor Ross Grant, CEO of the Australasian Research Institute at Sydney Adventist Hospital, talks about ageing and the impact of too much protein.

Tasty apple peanut muffins


Preparation time: 20
Cooking time: 20
Serves: 8

The man who fell into the hands of robbers

"And who is my neighbour?" Dr Norman Young takes an in-depth look at the question that inspired Jesus' well-known parable.

Reading Revelation

Our Father

Unity according to Psalm 133

Surrounded!

Christmas hospitality

“There is more to the first Christmas story . . .” A message from South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend.

Record Rewind: A formidable teacher

Mary Maud Smart had a tremendous impact on Adventist education over the course of her 46 years as a teacher, supervisor and "dreaded inspector".

Record readers: Top 10 features in 2018

What you've been waiting for! A list of the top 10 Adventist Record features from 2018.

How many wise men were there, and were they really kings?

Many parts of the Christmas story have grown larger over the years. What is the real story of the three kings and what can we take from that story today?

Launching an educator’s guide to Bible study

Family, friends and colleagues have celebrated the Australian book launch of As Light Lingers and dedicated it to deepening engagement with the Bible by church members, young people, children and families around the world.

Sabbath offerings to help disadvantaged students

Greater Sydney Conference is setting up a scholarship fund to provide more opportunities for children to have an Adventist education.

The man who fell into the hands of robbers

ADRA Christmas Tree Appeal

Youth group on fire for Jesus

A good recipe for sharing faith

Jarrod in WA

"Go west, young man." Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth had a busy weekend in Western Australia.