Mamarapha College held their graduation on November 19, celebrating the achievements of nearly 30 students.
Worships, training and reconciliation all formed part of the South Pacific Divisions National Reconciliation Week activities.
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.
A family in Western Australia is believed to hold an Indigenous Adventist record.
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.
Secondary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students around Australia were given the opportunity to design and submit artwork and a supporting story that would represent Adventist Schools Australia's vision for reconciliation.
The development will completely transform the current facilities, allowing the college to provide a better learning environment.
In the hills south-east of Perth, there is humble little Bible college that has made a huge impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries (ATSIM) work across Australia over the past 25 years.
The 30-lesson PowerPoint series featuring visual content and easy English was specially designed with indigenous Australians in mind.
Following two tumultuous academic years impacted by COVID-19 and border closures, the graduation was a celebration of both academic achievement and spiritual growth.