Friday, April 26, 2019

Jewish Adventist group in New Zealand celebrate Passover

In an evening filled with symbolism and ancient rituals, 45 people gathered to learn more about Passover and the Messianic meanings of the Seder meal.

Research at Avondale: Here For Good

A day in the life of a . . . health...

Australian scholar finds new German voice

Giving your child a healthy sense of self

Teaching our kids the skill of self-love is more important than ever.

Health Matters: Pacemakers

Find out about the world's smallest pacemaker with Dr Peter Illes from Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Church members receive free check-ups

Adventist doctors from Vila Central Hospital ran a free health program for members of Portoroki Seventh-day Adventist Church in Vanuatu recently.

Health Matters: Flat feet

San orthopaedic surgeon John Limbers discusses everything you need to know about flat feet.

Cinnamon coconut bread

Preparation time: 10
Cooking time: 50
Serves: 12

Lessons on sin from a sick toddler

Melody Tan recounts her traumatic experience of trying to care for a cranky, crying-at-the-top-of-his-voice two-year-old.

How a young Niue mum’s life was transformed

Women empowered to be on the evangelism frontline

First King Island baptisms for 24 years

Children show courage and faith

Record Wrap

April 18, 2019

In this bulletin: Church members receive free check-ups | BBQ raises funds for 10,000 Toes campaign | Aussie Adventist school goes “bush”.

Research at Avondale: Here For Good

A new podcast series launched this past Sunday will showcase Avondale academics’ greater vision for mission and research.

A day in the life of a . . . health fund officer

Lagani Gairo takes us behind the scenes of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's ACA Health Benefits Fund.

Australian scholar finds new German voice

Different language, same mission: Released in 2017, Dr Kayle de Waal's book is "now helping to advance God's kingdom in Europe".

The Easter song

Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the most significant Easter song ever written.

New booklet inspires churches to cater for hearing impaired

The booklet, written by retired audiologist Graeme Weir and published by Christian Services for the Blind and Hearing Impaired, is aimed at churches and public venue administrators.

Inclusive or exclusive Christianity?

My Ministry: Revelation meditations

Getting ready for the harvest

600 Adventist women halt traffic in Tonga

Tracey in Tonga

Head of editorial Tracey Bridcutt with some of the attendees at tonight's (April 17) opening ceremony of the Trans Pacific Union Mission's 2019 Women's Congress in Tonga. More than 600 women from around the Pacific are attending the congress, which includes a parade tomorrow...