An update on the situation regarding compliance and unity in the world Church, in the lead up to Annual Council 2018.
Although fasting before exercise may be a mantra for some celebrities and personal trainers, recent research shows eating breakfast before you work out could help "prime" your body to burn more carbs.
In this podcast, Sydney Adventist Hospital dietitian Sarah Liston discusses how "food shaping" is making pureed food more appealing to the sick and elderly.
More than 50 people, the majority of them non-Adventist, recently graduated from CHIP programs across Fiji.
An alternative treatment has shown promising results with women who otherwise faced the prospect of a hysterectomy.
ADRA Australia's senior fundraising manager Aleksandra Ewing discusses why support for the ADRA Appeal is declining, and how churches can get involved during this month's "Knocktober" campaign.
Len Minchin's Week of Prayer at Avondale College in 1939 sparked a "a veritable 20th century Pentecost" throughout the entire Australasian Union Conference.
Author says evangelism and discipleship are to encompass all dimensions of life, including our mental, physical, spiritual and relational wellbeing.
If You Can Eat . . . You Can Make Disciples was launched on September 24 with a prayer of dedication led by South Queensland conference president Pastor Brett Townend.
Editor Jarrod Stackelroth spent the weekend in Western Australia. Friday morning was spent producing some writing tips video in the WA Conference studio with communication director Nat Tan—these will be available to watch soon! On Sabbath, he preached at Swan Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church...