Monday, February 17, 2020
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Valediction

James Standish wrapped up his tenure as Adventist Record editor on Tuesday. Here are five big ideas he has tried to share through the pages of the magazine over the past five years.

Thanks

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.

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.

SPD looking for new communication director

James Standish has announced that he is taking a leave of absence from denominational employment in the South Pacific Division to return to the United States with his family.

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?

InFocus TV changing

December saw the last news bulletins being produced by Adventist Record magazine’s sister TV program, Record InFocus. However, episodes will continue to be produced featuring interviews and other segments from the program’s eight-year back-catalogue.

Record’s best of 2015

Adventist Record wishes readers a safe and happy Christmas and New Year and looks back at the stories that made 2015.

Helping the blind and deaf

Lee Dunstan stumbled through the pitch blackness, eventually falling flat on his face. The experience left him in a lot of pain and with a very important lesson.

Me, my job and my Church

Working for the Church. Some applaud the idea, others are appalled by it. So what's Church employment really like?

Together

The walls are coming down within Adventist Media, paving the way for some exciting changes.
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