Saturday, February 29, 2020
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Fleeing Eden: Local church or Noah’s ark?

With the threat of bushfires looming on the south coast of New South Wales, Bega Seventh-day Adventist Church opened its doors to displaced people . . . and their pets.

The gift of hope and healing

"Where you live shouldn't determine whether you live." Michael Were opens up about the life-saving work of Open Heart International.

Growing hope in the community

There is a lot more than produce flourishing at the Cannington Community Garden.

First Adventist safe house opened in PNG

The refuge, located at the Silva Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church in June Valley, will provide temporary accommodation for those impacted by family or sexual violence, as well as being a hub for awareness and education.

SPD leading the Church in helping ‘the least of these’

The third quarter Sabbath School Bible Study Guide and additional resources challenge readers to respond to injustice, oppression and suffering by highlighting the Bible's call to "do justice".

Defining success

Maria's story prompted Ashley Stanton to reconsider her meaning of success.

Christian charities welcome news of children off Nauru

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency is among those welcoming the Prime Minister's announcement.

ADRA Christmas Tree Appeal

What would you do if you had the power to grant wishes?

Adventist voices speak for Australian aid

Four representatives and supporters of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia joined more than 200 Christians from across Australia.

Redeeming politics

"Well, what do we expect from politicians anyway?" Nathan Brown suggests Christians that have an apathetic attitude towards politics are failing in their responsibilities to participate in and contribute to the collective life and wellbeing of society.
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