Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Adventists conquer Kokoda

A group of around 30 Seventh-day Adventists have hiked Papua New Guinea's iconic Kokoda Track in an effort to raise awareness of the diabetes epidemic in the South Pacific.

My Ministry: Sowing SEEDS of hope

Record Rewind: Lives of mission

Pathfinders make decisions for Jesus

Church members thankful for Bible boot camp

Health Facts: Delirium

Delirium is one of the most common complications of hospitalisation. Sydney Adventist Hospital's Marleta Fong discusses why it is often misdiagnosed and what is being done about it at the San.

Food or FODMAPs: What is best for gut health?

The trillions of bacteria that live in your body actually perform important functions that help keep you healthy.

Health Matters: Hearing loss

Worldwide more than 360 million people have debilitating hearing loss. Sydney Adventist Hospital's Payal Mukherjee discusses why women in third world countries are suffering the most.

Adventists organise first-ever health expo in Port Vila

A parade through the main street of Port Vila heralded the start of Adventist Health Week in Vanuatu.

Red cabbage and haloumi stir-fry


Preparation time: 5
Cooking time: 10
Serves: 4

Jesus in my toolbox

A motor mechanic's keys to success . . . and sharing Jesus.

Revitalised preaching

Passing faith on

Credit, climate change and the Sabbath

The story of Jack and Little Blue

Mission 360°

Through a Dangerous Gate – July 20

Most people would turn around if they saw a sign that read, “Beware! Bad dog. Do not enter.” But Rudolph and Annette were not afraid of this sign.

Record Rewind: Lives of mission

The impact of Algie and Edna Gallagher's 40 years of mission was felt throughout the entire South Pacific.

Remembering the Earth landing

Reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, Bruce Manners observes that in the big picture—of the universe—Earth is insignificant. But not to God.

Conference explores biblical and scientific evidence for Creation

More than 200 people have been attending this week's South Pacific Division Faith & Science Conference at Avondale College of Higher Education, with a further 80-100 online viewers.

How to overcome writer’s block

Six tips from our senior editor.

My Ministry: Sowing SEEDS of hope

How Joseph and Camila are transforming their community for the better.

Pathfinders make decisions for Jesus

Students commit to Christ

Adventist students share the love of Jesus with inmates

Pathfinders committed to discipleship

Kokoda conquerers!

Congratulations to our senior editor Jarrod Stackelroth and the rest of the 10,000 Toes team for making it through the Kokoda Track.