Thursday, September 21, 2017

Agreement reached in IIWO management dispute

"Both parties have graciously accepted each other's apologies and agreed to move forward with serving the Lord."

The Ten: Foodie facts in the Bible

Advocates fundraise to keep girls safe

Record Rewind: Charles James Boulting

Compelled by love

Plant-powered calcium

Consuming dairy products is not the only way in which to get a daily dose of calcium.

Dementia: The silent killer

September is dementia awareness month. We must remember to love people who are living with this disease.

Sanitarium unveils Australian first for heart health

An extension to the Weet-Bix range aimed at those who need to manage their cholesterol.

Adventist schools get teen health tick

Students at Adventist schools report better body mass index than other adolescents in Australia.

Red vegetable stew


Preparation time: 15 mins
Cooking time: 60 mins
Serves: 4

Record Rewind: Charles James Boulting

Disowned by his wealthy Jewish family in England following his baptism, Charles set about proclaiming the Adventist message in Australia.

Religious freedom

My new Ferrari

Money matters

Like a tomato seed

September 15, 2017

In this week’s bulletin: Sanitarium unveils Australian first for heart health | Steve Goods new WA Conference president | Teenager uses holiday break to conduct an evangelistic program.

The Ten: Foodie facts in the Bible

Is honey "to die for"? Saul seemed to think so, since he almost killed his son Jonathan for eating it.

Record Rewind: Charles James Boulting

Disowned by his wealthy Jewish family in England following his baptism, Charles set about proclaiming the Adventist message in Australia.

Review: Man-Eaters of Malekula

"Reading Man-Eaters of Malekula is like discovering a time capsule of the earliest days of Adventist missionary work in the South Pacific."

Church members in French Polynesia say no to violence

Seventh-day Adventists in French Polynesia have take to the streets to march against violence.

Advocates fundraise to keep girls safe

Students from Central Coast Adventist School in Erina, NSW, have raised more than $11,000 for ADRA’s Keep Girls Safe project in Thailand.

Compelled by love

Marriage Week 2017: Tips for a long and happy marriage

Dementia: The silent killer

Marriage Week 2017: Date Night

Sabbath: Youth retention tour—Bishopdale

Are we investing in young people or does the way we practice "church" stop them from getting close to Him. Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the Sabbath service at Bishopdale and the final day of the road trip.