Monday, October 23, 2017

Aussie ABCs uniting online

Half of Australia's Adventist Book Centres are now sharing an online shopping hub, making it easier to order Adventist books from the comfort of home.

Church partners with government for conservation

The unfinished Reformation

Sabbath protesting

Plant-based diets and iron

Plants: the real "iron man food".

CHIP facilitators trained

An additional 63 people are now licensed facilitators for the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) in the Papua New Guinea Union Mission.

Sydney Adventist Hospital opens $4m rehabilitation unit

The San's 48-room rehab unit is designed to get people back to their normal lives faster and easier, and without the need to transfer to another facility.

Health Facts: sleep deprivation and heart disease

Not getting enough sleep? You are putting yourself at significant risk of cardiovascular disease.

Mung bean, dill and seed salad

Preparation time: 15 mins
Cooking time: 60 mins
Serves: 5

The unfinished Reformation

"The best days of the Reformation lie ahead," writes Dr Barry Harker.

Sabbath protesting

Be little: Taking the stigma out of smallness

Justification by faith: remembering the Reformation

The protest is over

October 20, 2017

In this week’s bulletin: ADRA Australia announces appointment of new CEO | $1.1m prep centre opens at Mountain View Adventist College | Teachers dig in and build new toilets.

The unfinished Reformation

"The best days of the Reformation lie ahead," writes Dr Barry Harker.

Living books, inspiring stories: Avondale’s Human Library builds community and tolerance

Borrowers kept a seven-time Paralympian and 13 other local living books busy at Avondale Libraries' first Human Library (October 7).

Sabbath protesting

Seventh-day Adventists have long been part of the ongoing reformation, adopting contemporary methods to share new-found truth. But are we still reformers today?

Record Rewind: the artefacts around us

A pou (Maori caving) is so much more than a pretty wooden monument.

A lesson in love

What could a group of elderly women and a class of 14-year-olds possibly have in common?

Record Rewind: the artefacts around us

She yet speaks

Youth group reaches out

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.