Sunday, April 18, 2021

Doctor, you saw my angel!

How a miracle in 1960s Yugoslavia led to generations of faith-keeping.

Are you developing a food allergy?

Precious freedom

SPD records highest baptism figure during pandemic year

Roje rates nursing number one

Are you developing a food allergy?

Common signs and symptoms of food allergies, and what to do about them.

Get your protein from plant-based foods

To minimise your impact on the environment, why not make a delicious mediterranean salad?

10,000 Toes campaign launches in Kiribati

Kiribati residents are able to access health check-ups and workshops through a new wellness hub supported by 10,000 Toes.

COVID-19 cases detected on Pacific Adventist University campus

Let's keep the PAU community in our prayers at this challenging time.


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Cooking time: 20
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Precious freedom

SPD president Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on the many Adventists being persecuted around the world, and how we take freedom for granted.

SPD records highest baptism figure during pandemic year

Living Kingdom: Hoarding up the gospel

What in the Word: Remember

April 16, 2021

In this week’s bulletin: Ministerial events equip aspiring and experienced pastors | 10,000 Toes campaign launches in Kiribati | New book immortalises stories of a pioneering PNG missionary.

What in the Word: Remember

The concept of remembering in Scripture is not simply a matter of recalling snippets of information or the time of upcoming appointments.

Author Profile: Sharon Platt-McDonald talks women and ministry

Her new book "Women of Virtue" explores the rich wisdom of Proverbs 31.

New book tells “important” stories of pioneering PNG missionary

Canoes, Crocodiles and Christ tells the stories of some of the most remarkable experiences of one of the first Adventist Papua New Guinean missionaries.

Book Review: I Have a Future

"I Have a Future" is a statement of confidence and expectation that our lives and choices matter beyond the certainties and uncertainties of life and death, loss and hope.

Roje rates nursing number one

Avondale bachelor’s degree the best in Australia.

“Good people helped me get here”

A shot in the arm

North New Zealand pastors’ retreat boasts local talent

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).