Sunday, May 26, 2019

New Hope devastated by theft and arson attack

Thieves stole thousands of dollars of film equipment from a shipping container and trailer before setting the trailer on fire.

Adventist school leading worship services

A unique viewpoint

Fast-moving pilgrims

San volunteers making a world of difference

As part of National Volunteer Week, the San is recognising its long-serving volunteers.

Health Matters: Incontinence in men

Sydney Adventist Hospital urologist Dr Phillip Katelaris explains the causes, symptoms and treatments of male incontinence.

Hara hachi bu: The simple Japanese phrase for a longer and leaner life

An inside look at Japan's famous "Blue Zone".

San celebrates mums

Hundreds of mums, babies, doctors and midwives gathered on the San's front lawn this morning for the fifth annual Teddy Bears Picnic.

Soba noodle and green vegetable bowl


Preparation time: 10
Cooking time: 15
Serves: 4

Fast-moving pilgrims

"This world is not [our] home; [we're] just a-passing through."

Faith and science

Why we run

Lessons on sin from a sick toddler

Record Wrap

May 24, 2019

In this week’s bulletin: Leaders set the course for Adventist education | Adventist Media wins awards at national Christian media conference | Pathfinders introduced into Vanuatu schools.

A unique viewpoint

Meet Larisa and Helen—the dynamic duo helping to ensure Hope Channel New Zealand's programs are uplifting and engaging.

Avondale graduate’s embodied-living-in-Bible research now a book

Dr Carole Ferch-Johnson's research, now also a book, is a "fresh trajectory in scholarly exploration" that reveals how the early church used human hands and feet to fulfil the mission of Jesus.

Roger Hernandez talks about writing ‘helpful truth’

The pastor and author of 14 books opens up about his ministry and writing—and his ministry of writing.

Faith and science

An invitation to an adventure of faith, science, wonder and discovery.

San volunteers making a world of difference

As part of National Volunteer Week, the San is recognising its long-serving volunteers.

Child sexual abuse

Healing the wounds of childhood sexual abuse

Avondale: Here for Good

Tracey and Jarrod in Melbourne

South Pacific Division Communication director Tracey Bridcutt and Adventist Record senior editor Jarrod Stackelroth are currently in Melbourne at the AUC Communicators' Council, featuring communication leaders from conferences around Australia.