The nine baptisms and one profession of faith were the result of ongoing ministry over the past six years, supported through Global Mission funds.
Tracing the growth of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's relationship with Australia's First Peoples, the journey has been marked by efforts for reconciliation, indigenous empowerment and leadership.
Celebrating Reconciliation Week, Mamarapha College unveiled new facilities designed to enhance First Nations ministry and education, featuring a significant mural telling a journey from darkness to light.
ATSIM director Pastor Darren Garlett and ASA associate national director Jacques Calais attended the event. Both AUC and ASA are in the process of writing RAPs for the Church and schools in Australia.
The first stage of the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was approved by the AUC board of directors on May 12.