A look back at the origin story of Papa’aora Adventist College, in Cook Islands.
Category: Record Rewind
Bruce Manners finds the copy of Steps to Christ that his father took to the war. He reads and reflects on what stood out to his father this Anzac Day about the battle within.
Rarama Publishing House was the vision of Barry and Norma Crabtree who had the dream of printed material in Fijian.
Printed in the Tongan language between 1909 and 1956, the periodical Tala’fekau Mo’oni (“Faithful Messenger” or “True Messenger”) was an effective evangelistic instrument.
Kasterita Hospital operated from the 1950s until 2014 at Inus on the island of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, reflecting the Adventist health message and promoting healthful living.
South Pacific The hundreds of boats of the South Pacific fleet, together with their crews and those associated with them (many of whom were Pacific
The hostel was to become a home for many high school age students whose parents were serving the Church as missionaries throughout the Pacific region.
Wilfred Kilroy was a career-long employee at Sanitarium Health Food Company.
Richard and Jessie Richardson were Indigenous Australian missionaries to Papua in the 1930s.
A look back at the history of Kabiufa Adventist Secondary School.