Author: Record Staff
In the early 1950s, the Seventh-day Adventist Church navigated the challenges of post-war mission work in the Pacific Islands. The expansion of Adventist communities during this period was marked by severe weather, geographic hurdles and unforgettable "romantic cruises under tropic skies."
A group from Sydney Adventist Youth have travelled to Timor Leste to build a school and run a vacation Bible school as part of a Global Partnership Program.
The post-war era saw Adventists in Australasia helping war-stricken communities, aiding in rescue operations and demonstrating faith amidst hardship, underlining the Church's resilience and unity during challenging times.
Explore ten significant weather phenomena featured in the Bible, from the great flood and plagues of Egypt, to the day of Pentecost's rushing wind. Experience the Divine through the lens of nature.
According to Pastor Gershom Luke, the message of hope presented each night brought comfort and optimism during the present uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and other social issues.
Celebrating half a century, Springwood Adventist Church reflected on its rich history, community impact, looking to a hopeful future.
Between 1940-1945, Adventist Record it not only charts the changing tides of World War II, but also documents the challenges, faith and resilience of Adventists during this tumultuous period.