Thursday, August 22, 2019
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Lest we forget where the Lord has led us

ACROSS LANDS: Bruce and Maxine's miraculous journey.

‘Emerging Talent’ starts new role at Adventist Record

Maryellen Fairfax will take on the assistant editor role vacated by Maritza Brunt, who has gone on maternity leave.

Scared into shape

Jarrod Stackelroth is getting ready to tackle the Kokoda Track. His weight-loss journey, though, is about so much more than a one-time event.

More than a magazine

This Sabbath, May 4, is the Adventist Record offering. Help us to continue to deliver this service that is more than just a magazine.

Record readers: Top 10 features in 2018

What you've been waiting for! A list of the top 10 Adventist Record features from 2018.

Top 18 news stories of 2018

A look back at the headlines from the year that was.

An ocean of opportunity

There are many different people and places within the Trans Pacific Union Mission. For the Church in this territory, however, there is but one purpose.

Ray retires after record-setting Record production

Signs Publishing's longest serving employee is retiring after more than half a century of service.

New editor appointed for Signs magazine

Following the departure of long-serving editor Lee Dunstan, associate editor Kent Kingston is stepping up to head Signs of the Times magazine.

Reuben Hare: Ultimate service-man

Pastor Hare served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for more than 47 years. His contribution to Australia's emergency services during World War II were perhaps even more significant.
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