Tuesday, April 7, 2020
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Avondale students trained to be media-ready

A select group of Avondale Seminary students have enjoyed two days of training provided by Australian media personality and news reader, Tracey Spicer.

‘Tell the World’ launching first in Australia

The much-anticipated feature film Tell the World will officially be launched on August 15 at a special ceremony at the Australian Union Conference Resource Centre in Ringwood, Victoria.

Study courses provide hope for prisoners

Some of Australia’s most hardened prisoners are undergoing miraculous transformations as a result of the dedication and love of a small team working out of the Adventist Media offices in Wahroonga, NSW.

Prayer ministry reaches world

Hundreds of prayer requests from around the world are received each week by a volunteer ministry operating from the Adventist Media offices at Wahroonga.

Creatives needed

Are you a video producer, photographer, animator, singer, songwriter, podcaster or artist? Are you looking for a way to use your God-given gifts to bring people to a relationship with Jesus?


James Standish, now the former editor of Adventist Record, pens his final editorial to the Church he has served faithfully for the past five-plus years.

It Is Written TV ministry sees changes

It Is Written Oceania is moving from its current offices within the Adventist Media building at Wahroonga (NSW) to a new, donated facility in Dora Creek, closer to Cooranbong and a large pool of potential volunteers.

New leaders of Adventist news

Jarrod Stackelroth has been named editor of Adventist Record magazine, with Tracey Bridcutt appointed head of editorial for Adventist Media.

Final edition of Diggings magazine

After 22 years of exploring the wonders of ancient civilisations around the world, the final issue of Archaeological Diggings magazine has been published.

HopeChannel hits homerun

The South Pacific Division's website had a paltry 17,930 views in 2012. Three years later, the annual hit count cracked 1.4 million. So what happened?
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