Monday, May 29, 2017

Senior leadership changes at the AUC

Pastor Michael Worker is the new Australian Union Conference secretary following Pastor Ken Vogel's decision to step aside from the role.

‘My family has plenty now . . .’

Why just Jesus?

CHIP provides online support for graduates

A new web-based club will help those who have completed the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) to stay motivated and continue with their lifestyle changes long after the program has finished.

Health matters: Yanni Sergides

Sydney Adventist Hospital neurosurgeon Yanni Sergides talks about brain injuries in this week's podcast.

Supporting your mental health

There are simple things we can do every day to help support our mental wellbeing.

Health matters: Stuart Riley

Sydney Adventist Hospital orthopaedic surgeon Stuart Riley discusses common foot problems and their treatments.

Almond & sage pesto pasta


Preparation time: 7 mins
Cooking time: 0 mins
Serves: 8

Why just Jesus?

The One project introduces more intimate gatherings but remains focused on the Son.

‘What if we loved first, with zero expectations?’

Of churches and galleries

The paralysed God: Omnipotent or impotent?

InFocus Recouched

Good times: InFocus Recouched

Relive highlights from the InFocus archive. This week: Resetting your body clock with Sue Radd | Musical due Eric & Monique share their story | Meeting veteran missionary Helen Hall.

Review: Where Are We Headed? Adventism After San Antonio

Retired church leader William Johnsson’s new book highlights his “lovers quarrel” with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and his concerns and hopes for the future. 

We want to be neighbours in heaven

What James "Pat" Blanch lacked in education, he made up for in selflessness and a desire to serve.

Viral forgiveness

It's not everyday an Adventist video goes viral on social media.

‘I wouldn’t be here if I had not forgiven’

Junior Sulusi's story is heavy and heartbreaking. Perhaps that's why it's been able to reach more than 2.4 million people on Facebook.

‘My family has plenty now . . .’

ADRA projects in southeastern Africa are helping people to not only survive, but thrive.

My ministry: Community conversations

Adventist school thrives on ‘Team Jesus’

Let’s Actually Meet People