Friday, December 4, 2020

New leaders appointed at TPUM constituency meetings

Reports trended positively, with attendees encouraged by the success of mission work in the TPUM over the past quinquennium.

How Harley lost his mojo: Dealing with a Parkinson’s diagnosis

Pastor Stanton provides an overview of the disease and the impact it has had on his life.

The link between diabetes and dementia

How nutrition and lifestyle can help you stave off "type 3 diabetes".

Can eating breakfast mean better grades?

Research shows feeding the brain is essential for good cognitive function.

SPD launches new health training course for Pacific Islands

"HEAL" (Heal in Every Aspect of Life) will roll-out across Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati and Tonga on November 23.

Caramelised onion and kale rice


Preparation time: 5
Cooking time: 45
Serves: 4

How Harley lost his mojo: Dealing with a Parkinson’s diagnosis

Pastor Stanton provides an overview of the disease and the impact it has had on his life.

Stranded in the dark

The journey of the dead

COVID-19 pushes leader to become preacher

Record Wrap

November 27, 2020

In this week’s bulletin: Women’s refuge relocates to transform more lives | Suva students blessed by spiritual retreat | Vocal ensemble releases new album | 70 cyclists ride 70 kilometres for ADRA.

Announcing the Bookshelf Top 20 of 2020

A mix of compelling stories and important information, many books on spirituality, lifestyle and health have made it into this year's Top 20 list!

Record Rewind: A highland school

A look back at the history of Kabiufa Adventist Secondary School.

Vocal ensemble recording a reminder of God’s presence even in a pandemic

The Promise's new album It Is Well sees Avondale's vocal ensemble explore themes of hope, healing and peace in times of turmoil.

Creative Corner: Anna Beaden

"I want these life-changing truths to not only get stuck in their heads . . . [but] in their hearts." 

Students shave heads and raise more than $3000 for breast cancer

Wahroonga Adventist School students Kanya Young and Georgia Flemming have bravely shaved their heads to help those in need.

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).