A teacher for the ages, Alfred “PK” Kranz “reigned supreme in the classroom”.
Category: Record Rewind
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.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia is gearing up for a very special milestone.
Remembering Eric Burnham Hare—missionary, leader, storyteller.
A distinctly feminine look at the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s origin story in Australia.
Remembering a one-of-a-kind evangelist.
Remembering Gordon Branster’s life of service.