Sunday, February 24, 2019
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Fiji Mission to privatise boarding school

Fiji Mission says the move is necessary to protect Bible classes and retain the special Adventist character of the school.

Sabbath offerings to help disadvantaged students

Greater Sydney Conference is setting up a scholarship fund to provide more opportunities for children to have an Adventist education.

Avondale president responds to rumours

Avondale College of Higher Education president, Professor Ray Roennfeldt, addresses the critical, often unfounded things people say about Avondale in this open letter.

Chaplaincy sees first baptisms in Moresby school

Carr Memorial Adventist Primary School gathered to witness the baptism of 21 students after the inclusion of a school chaplain revolutionised the school's spiritual program.

‘Teachers must reflect Adventist faith and values’

Leaders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia have affirmed the right to continue to employ staff in Adventist schools who share the Church’s principles and beliefs.

First conference brings tertiary teacher trainers together

Teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending the inaugural conference.

Small school receives big boost

Students at Pavaere Adventist Primary School are excited to use new laptops and learning aids that were handed over September 13.

Kempsey students grow with Festival of Cre8ivity

The last week of August was very eventful for the students at Kempsey Adventist School (KAS), as they embarked on Project Based Learning projects at a "Festival of Cre8ivity".

NZ educators are re-aligned

More than 160 delegates attended a three-day Primary and Secondary Adventist Educators and Chaplains Conference in Auckland over the weekend of June 8-10.

Work begins to rebuild classrooms at Beulah Adventist College in Tonga

A team of nine volunteers from the United States is being assisted by Beulah students and members of the local community to do the construction work.
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