Saturday, July 11, 2020

Church after COVID: What will it look like?

Be part of this Division-wide initiative looking at why it's important for digital church to continue and ways to go about it.

Value of Adventist-owned sites to be assessed

Avondale to undergo sustainable transformation

‘Impossible’ young adult conference defies limitations

Darren Morton talks emotional wellbeing and sharing happy

If there was ever a time to share a little hope and happiness, it is now.

San staff thank students for their support

The students created heart-warming and inspiring letters of support and hope for hospital staff to boost their spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

How does stress impact your immune system?

Stressful times call for de-stressful measures . . .

Can you get enough vitamin D in winter?

The sunshine vitamin plays a much bigger role in keeping us healthy than you might think.

Prebiotic banana berry smoothie


Preparation time: 5
Cooking time: -
Serves: 2

Human signs

"Whether we like it or not, we are signs of God's work in our lives," writes Pastor Glenn Townend.

Watered-down sermons

How to back the correct conspiracy

A vicious cycle: Stuck in isolation . . . stuck in...

Five biblical tips for surviving a financial crisis

Record Wrap

July 10, 2020

In this week’s bulletin: #weRtheChurch back to inspire and encourage | Young adult conference a huge success | Adventist college in Samoa opens new buildings.

Darren Morton talks emotional wellbeing and sharing happy

If there was ever a time to share a little hope and happiness, it is now.

New book recalculates the value of giving

"God is so compassionate to our human way of thinking that He often describes giving from a consumer perspective—what’s in it for me," says author Dr Ken Long.

How to back the correct conspiracy

Pandemic or "plandemic"? Justin Boyd addresses the Adventist bias towards apocalyptic prophecy and conspiracy.

Discover fascinating stories from Adventist history in new encyclopedia

The new Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists officially launches this week with more than 600 stories from the South Pacific Division.

Adventist message spreads quickly across PNG through small groups

Each small group conducts Discovery Bible Reading multiple times per week, attracting dozens of new people.

Church after COVID: What will it look like?

‘Impossible’ young adult conference defies limitations

Adventist college in Samoa opens new buildings

‘I am a recovering racist’

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).