Sunday, June 24, 2018

SPD scholars contribute to International Bible Conference

Scholars and theologians from around the world converged on Rome for the fourth International Bible Conference.

First district ABC set up in Adventist heartland

Not having the answers

Blind spots

Conference runs Leaders Life Group

Denominational leaders meet to tackle health problems in Fiji

Leaders from the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met to discuss Fiji's lifestyle disease crisis.

Sonship planning to sail into new waters

Sonship plans to add to its Medisonship fleet so that it can provide medical care to people living in remote areas of Solomon Islands.

Brett Goods appointed new CEO for Adventist HealthCare

"Brett is an enthusiastic Christian leader with vision and a broad range of abilities to support that vision."

National Christian Family Conference to focus on risk and resilience in kids

Childhood obesity, mental health and the impact of technology on kids will be among the topics.

Israeli couscous and butterbean soup


Preparation time: 10
Cooking time: 25
Serves: 4

Not having the answers

Vania Chew knows that God sees the bigger picture. But it's tough to remember that when a loved one goes to hospital.

The lost speakers

An unlikely Pathfinder

28 Fundamentals: Reclaim your identity

African visit

Record Wrap

June 22, 2018

In this week’s bulletin: New CEO for Adventist HealthCare | Christian leaders come together to combat health crisis in Fiji | Sonship planning to sail into new waters.

Meet Peter Roennfeldt . . .

The author and experienced church planter discusses what is means to "follow the Spirit".

Growing young: How to save our church

Do these things on a regular basis and our children will feel like valued members of our church community.

Reuben Hare: Ultimate service-man

Pastor Hare served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 47 years. His contribution to Australia's emergency services during World War II were perhaps even more significant.

Think&Do in my words: What Avondale’s appeal for research means for these academics

Avondale’s giving campaign uses a phrase from founder Ellen White to seek support for research that improves lives, but what does this look like?

Blind spots

Pastor Brad Kemp sheds some light on a significant problem in our churches: "people blindness".

My Ministry: Men’s fitness

Sonship planning to sail into new waters

Safety first: The story of AdSAFE

Fiji fundraiser celebrates mission

Tracey in NZ

Tracey Bridcutt, head of editorial, spends some time with the team from the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference at their communication advisory.