For the 10th consecutive year, Weet-Bix has been voted Australia’s most trusted breakfast food.
The journey, which began on May 22, has not been without its challenges, however the cyclists have been buoyed by positive encounters and faith-sharing experiences along the way.
Prime Minister Sovaleni praised the school and its management for the achievement.
The first stage of the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was approved by the AUC board of directors on May 12.
Avondale students and other participants learned how to make disciples, plant churches and more.
Like the previous Living 28 collection, this new book compiles the series of articles in a single volume, with added questions for personal reflection or use in small groups, youth groups and classrooms.
Attendees at the Adsafe organised morning tea were taught a prayer of commitment and contemplated sobering facts regarding children at risk in various countries.
Sydney Adventist Hospital’s use of local anaesthetic instead of general anaesthetic for prostate biopsy is showing excellent results.
The app, called Resource Basket, was developed by the Union and launched on May 9 during the TPUM executive mid-year meetings.
Pastor Wilson challenged the SPD team to focus not only on the renewal of the office, but on the renewal of mission.