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My Story: Jimmy Dunn

Jimmy couldn't read or write, and sold drugs for a living. Now, he's the pastor of a Seventh-day Adventist Church and wants to lead others to Jesus, just like he was led.

My Story: I prayed for a Bible

Broken into beautiful: Shatrina is a testament to the life-transforming power of Jesus.

We want to be neighbours in heaven

What James "Pat" Blanch lacked in education, he made up for in selflessness and a desire to serve.

Outback outreach

The Adventist message is spreading like wildfire across Australia’s Outback.

The picture of Jesus

A story of how one woman's life changed by simply answering her front door.

New chapel for remote Aboriginal community

A small “half-day” chapel has been constructed at the Aboriginal community of Mungkarta in the Northern Territory.

Mamarapha College changing lives

A record number of students graduated from Mamarapha College in Perth in 2013.

Bittersweet centenary

There are stories from the history of Mona Mona that contain chapters which we wish could be changed. And yet, if you listen to other stories that many of the past residents tell, you’ll mainly hear happy memories.

Australia’s oldest evangelist?

Pastor Ray Stanley, 92, preached a nine-night series of meetings in the remote community of Aputula, Northern Territory, in April.

My church—Port Hedland

Some 1600 kilometres north of Perth, Port Hedland is a hard-working town servicing Western Australia’s iron ore industry, processing more tonnes of freight than any other port in Australia.
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