Monday, March 8, 2021

Mamarapha College reopens after closure due to COVID restrictions

The government of Western Australia had imposed regional borders within its state to ensure that remote, vulnerable Indigenous communities were not exposed to COVID-19.

New resources to inspire students for mission

New classrooms built at TVAC due to record enrolments

Book review: Just Believe

Vaccine roll-out begins for Adventist aged care

Residents of an Adventist aged care facility in Victoria were among the first Australians to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.

Positioning Adventist HealthCare to attain its vision

Adventist HealthCare Limited has recently undertaken a thorough review of the organisation to enable it to pursue its vision in a more effective way.

Health clinic a beacon of hope for PNG mothers

It is hoped the clinic can become a regional hospital with specialist doctors to serve the wider community.

A DIY Christmas that won’t break the bank

Check out these healthy, tasty and guilt-free gift ideas.

Spinach and feta cannelloni


Preparation time: 20
Cooking time: 20
Serves: 4

Record Rewind: Pioneer Indigenous missionaries

Richard and Jessie Richardson were Indigenous Australian missionaries to Papua in the 1930s.

Living Kingdom: What am I worth?

Punishing the facts: Vaccines in context

The many colours of life

February 19, 2021

In this week’s bulletin: Adventist school opens new premises in NZ | Adventist HealthCare undergoes organisational review | NZPUC constituency meeting disrupted by COVID-19.

Book review: Just Believe

"I believe that you will be blessed as you read it, whether you’re a little kid (like my girls) or a big kid (like me)," says Sisters in Arms author Sukeshinie Goonatilleke.

Living Kingdom: What am I worth?

According to Olivia Fairfax, pride and self-deprecation are not as dissimilar as one might originally think . . .

The Ten: Biblical baby names you could try in 2021

If you're expecting, you should consider this list of biblical baby names that are totally trendy in 2021.

Bible project success raises important questions

Enjoy the Living Word, a book produced by Signs Publishing, has been developed to answer many questions in the Pacific Islands, primarily about Bible translations.

Mamarapha College reopens after closure due to COVID restrictions

The government of Western Australia had imposed regional borders within its state to ensure that remote, vulnerable Indigenous communities were not exposed to COVID-19.

Living 28 launched in Victoria

Adventist Record editor Jarrod Stackelroth and Signs of the Times editor Kent Kingston joined ABC managers and Signs Publishing staff at their annual training and leadership weekend in the beautiful Yarra Valley, Victoria (February 21-24).