As a businessman and a leader, George Thomas Chapman was “head and shoulders above the rest”.
Author: Lester Devine
A teacher for the ages, Alfred “PK” Kranz “reigned supreme in the classroom”.
Thirty years, 70 countries and one police chase. This is the life and career of Eric Were.
Mary Maud Smart had a tremendous impact on Adventist education over the course of her 46 years as a teacher, supervisor and “dreaded inspector”.
Len Minchin’s Week of Prayer at Avondale College in 1939 sparked a “a veritable 20th century Pentecost” throughout the entire Australasian Union Conference.
On September 8, 1894, 22-year-old Fairley Masters sailed from Australia to become Australasia’s first overseas missionary.
Pastor Hare served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 47 years. His contribution to Australia’s emergency services during World War II were perhaps even more significant.
Remembering Eric Burnham Hare—missionary, leader, storyteller.
Remembering a one-of-a-kind evangelist.
The Adventist Church founder pushed through the barriers of pain and fatigue to continue her soul-winning witness.