Author: Brenton Stacey

Avondale’s one-day One project

Avondale is not only hosting but co-organising a more intimate gathering of the One project as it returns to campus for a third consecutive year.

How Mac tried to fight back

Despite describing his experiences as “beyond telling”, Anzac chaplain William McKenzie “consistently, even compulsively, reverted to words to convey them”.

Short letters get worldwide study

An Avondale academic’s research for a worldwide study of two Bible books is currently being used by Adventist Church members around the world.

Challenging the call to 24/7 ministry

The work–life imbalance of Seventh-day Adventist ministers revealed by academics at Avondale has helped the church in Australia rethink professional development.

Avondale student leaders commissioned

Biblical symbols of servant leadership and faith expression modelled by Jesus Christ have featured at a reimagined opening of the academic year at Avondale.

Book launch a call to seek disciples not members

An Avondale seminarian’s new book describes the local church as the future of Seventh-day Adventism but issues this challenge: biblically reinvent or become irrelevant.

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