Worships, training and reconciliation all formed part of the South Pacific Divisions National Reconciliation Week activities.
Tag: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries
A family in Western Australia is believed to hold an Indigenous Adventist record.
Following two tumultuous academic years impacted by COVID-19 and border closures, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.
Florence Peters is the daughter of Dolly Bonson, known as the “little black princess” in the classic novel.
Richard and Jessie Richardson were Indigenous Australian missionaries to Papua in the 1930s.
Mamarapha College is an oasis of peace and learning and most Australian Adventists aren’t aware of the massive, nation-changing impact it is quietly making.
From not being able to read and write to voraciously reading and ministering in inner Sydney, read Henry’s amazing story.
Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia’s isolated, Indigenous communities.
The weekend featured special music from the “Dark Emu Gospel Band” and the baptism of four Karalundi alumni.
More than 200 Indigenous Australians gathered together in Victor Harbor, South Australia, for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) national camp from January 16-21.