The program has had a great impact in the community, teaching participants how to read, write, count, multiply and divide.
Pastor Glenn Townend joined State MP Greg Piper, Mayor Kay Fraser and local children to cut the ribbon at the new Cooranbong Park Recreation Facility.
Young people from local churches in Honiara have responded as “Jesus’ hands and feet” during civil unrest in Solomon Islands. ADRA is also on the ground there.
Almost 140 Adsafe compliance assistants from local churches across Australia and New Zealand took part in an online forum conducted by Adsafe staff on November 21.
It was the first time members of the Adventist Church had visited the college with food supplies.
Mr Welch, who has worked as a taxi driver for the past 22 years, stood out from the 4000 taxi drivers in the state due to his exceptional service, also being recognised for bringing wheelchair accessible taxis to Adelaide Hills.
Kopiu students shared encouragement from the Bible and prayed with the residents.
“You can plant churches and not make disciples, but if you make disciples you will eventually have to plant churches,” said Pastor Wayne Krause.
Hilliard Christian School students and staff participated in various activities for R U OK? Day.
Volunteering with ADRA for the past 18 months gave Debbie a sense of purpose and the community she craved.
Assistance has been provided through a range of initiatives including distribution of food kits, financial support, hygiene packs and agricultural kits.
The training concluded with the official launch of the Tok Pidgin World Changer Bibles.