Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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Carolyn Sutton talks devotional books

“More souls for the kingdom, Lord, through these stories.”

Growing up: A parable

Hunting for a space that fits in a changing world.

Generous donors break ADRA record

Generous donors fell just short of ADRA Australia's $A1 million target for the end of financial year appeal.

Review: What Queen of Katwe teaches us about faith

Not your typical Disney movie, Queen of Katwe deals with the deep issues of poverty, exploitation and racism but is there hope in the darkness?

GC delegates approve record 35 new unions

Moving to streamline the church’s work at a time of rapid growth, delegates opened the General Conference session on Thursday by officially approving the addition of an unprecedented 35 new union conferences to the Adventist world church.

My ministry—Iris Landa

Iris Landa decorated her first "Happy Room" a few years after her husband died.

Adventists join fight against FGM/C

Yesterday, February 6, was International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C). Seventh-day Adventists are among the many faith groups, NGOs and organisations working to end the practice.

RECORD REWIND: Hero of health

Dr Lester Devine looks back at Dr Siegfried Kotz's sterling work as medical secretary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific.

German Adventist hospital to help FGM victims

Parntering with a foundation established by a former supermodel, a Seventh-day Adventist hospital in Berlin opened a new center last week to help restore victims of Female Genital Mutilation, a cultural ritual in parts of Africa and Asia.

My church—Alice Springs

Alice Springs in the Northern Territory is a tourist town—the gateway to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Australia’s Red Centre. The attendance at the Adventist church each week reflects this as travellers from across Australia and further afield join in worship.
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