Friday, May 25, 2018

ADRA Australia passes rigorous test

There are only 41 agencies that comply with this rigorous accreditation: ADRA Australia is one of them.

A challenging call

Discipleship model reaps results

Reconciliation ministry

The lowdown on dairy-free milks

Skinny soy frappes, almond milk breakfast bowls—whatever your flavour, there’s no doubt the number of people searching for dairy-free milk alternatives is on the rise.

Bread of life

"If there's one thing Polish people know, it's good bread."

28 Fundamentals: Baby steps

Are Christian parents, to quote Richard Dawkins, guilty of “indoctrinating [their] opinions into the vulnerable minds of [their] children”? Melody Tan reflects on the new faith journey she has embarked on as a mum.

Foods to boost your brain power

Ten foods to help fend off the fuzzies and keep your memory sharp.

Potato and pea curry in roti cones

Preparation time: 15
Cooking time: 15
Serves: 8

A challenging call

God's call to stay is often harder to accept than His call to leave.

Church clothes anxiety

28 Fundamentals: Law of love


Our faith is made for sharing

Record Wrap

May 25, 2018

In this week’s bulletin: International Children’s Care placed in voluntary administration | Gold Coast student raises $A3000 for ADRA Australia | New church on Fijian island.

Simple. Affordable. Brilliant.

Val Mayhew is a name largely unknown, unsung and unhonoured, yet her gift was in daily use by hundreds of thousands of potential church members for more than 40 years.

Church clothes anxiety

There is only one thing that is important to wear to church.

A good investment decision for a nuclear age

Weapons of war are now off the list of investment possibilities for the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. But why were they on the list in the first place? Why is this decision significant? Pastor Bruce Manners discusses.

Old school or cutting edge?

Comparing the views of a 19th century writer to 21st century educational innovations.

Reconciliation ministry

Why church members, families and communities need to take reconciliation ministry seriously.

San celebrates its volunteers

A job like no other

A relay for Rod

500 gather for Teddy Bears Picnic at the San

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.