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.
Tag: 125 years
Witness the courage and resilience of Adventists during global turmoil in 1935-1940. Read about their experiences, decisions and sacrifices, demonstrating an unselfish spirit in the face of adversity.
There have been days when I’ve questioned my calling, wanted to give up or change course. Not just days but whole months or seasons.
In 1931 a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the eastern coast of North New Zealand. Of the 200 Adventist members located in the Hawkes Bay area, there was one death and multiple miraculous escapes.
The years after World War I saw an increase in mission work in the Pacific Islands. Here is an example of the commitment and dedication that one missionary had in his efforts to share Jesus with those in Vanuatu.
We’ve explored the Australasian Record from 1915 to 1920. It was an interesting period, with World War I starting and Ellen White passing.
It is apparent when looking through old Australasian Records that there was a strong emphasis on mission both overseas and at home.
As we celebrate Record’s 125th birthday this year, it’s worth celebrating the contribution Record continues to make to the Church in the South Pacific Division and around the world.