Friday, September 25, 2020
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Mamarapha: educating a generation

Mamarapha College is an oasis of peace and learning and most Australian Adventists aren't aware of the massive, nation-changing impact it is quietly making.

My Story: Henry Dunn

From not being able to read and write to voraciously reading and ministering in inner Sydney, read Henry's amazing story. 

Pandemic of racism

Pastor Darren Garlett offers an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective on the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

A day in the life of a . . . remote...

Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia's isolated, Indigenous communities.

Grassroots ministry: Local churches bring much-needed bushfire relief

From donating food, to praying with firefighters, to sewing animal pouches, here is what local churches are doing to help Australia's bushfire crisis.

Researchers remind us of past so we can shape future

Avondale authors share research for Adventist heritage celebration.

Karalundi Gospel Music Camp a resounding success

The weekend featured special music from the "Dark Emu Gospel Band" and the baptism of four Karalundi alumni.

Leaps and bounds for Faith FM

Faith FM has employed a radio communications engineer to facilitate the massive demand for radio ministry in local churches.

Adventist school improves Indigenous learning outcomes

Kempsey Adventist School participated in a unique pilot program aimed at improving literacy and numeracy outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Cardboard testimonies

Pastor Jorge Munoz says our own stories can be a "powerful weapon" for the kingdom of God.
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