Friday, April 20, 2018

Tough conditions for students in tent classrooms

Tents have become makeshift classrooms for students at Adventist schools in Tonga while the schools await rebuilding work after Tropical Cyclone Gita struck in February.

What does the Union do?

Teacher missing at sea after boat capsizes

Frontline faith

Baptisms a highlight for Samoan Easter camp

ACA Health benefits open to more members

The health insurance provider has announced it is opening up its range of private health cover options to local church officers.

Church and Government collaborate to save lives in the Solomons

Local churches will become “wellness hubs” in an effort to tackle the country’s lifestyle disease epidemic.

Celebrating junk food: A response

The experts weigh in on Carly Moore's thought-provoking article.

Keep fitness in the family

Exercising as a family can be fun, cost effective and easier than you might think.

Chocolate beetroot squares


Preparation time: 10
Cooking time: 30 mins
Serves: 12

Frontline faith

In 2016, Yuli Tjokoro answered a call from God. Since then, she's answered hundreds of calls—phone calls, that is—from people wanting to know more about Him.

The shoemaker’s gift

Thriving

Descending to the heights

Record Wrap

April 20, 2018

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that this bulletin may contain images of deceased persons.

In this week’s bulletin: Remembering ATSIM pioneer Pastor Eric Davey | Adventist Church teams up with Solomons Government to tackle lifestyle diseases | ACA Health opens to more members.

What does the Union do?

What actually is the Australian Union? Do we even need it?

Challenges of a consumer culture

More than 3000 times a day, we are sold the lie that we are a purchase away from happiness.

Review: Following the Spirit

"[This book] is essential reading, showing the simplicity of sharing Jesus with non-believers and how the Holy Spirit does the heavy lifting on our behalf."

God’s street artist

"Worx" of art: How Pastor Tulaga Aiolupotea is revolutionising urban ministry.

Challenges of a consumer culture

More than 3000 times a day, we are sold the lie that we are a purchase away from happiness.

My ministry: Gilson College

Calm in the crisis

Stop, listen and learn

Rotary Club awards San staff and volunteers

Jarrod in Mount Isa

Editor Jarrod Stackelroth at the Mount Isa Seventh-day Adventist Church.