Hosted by the Australian Union Conference youth department’s official publication My Edge magazine,the event was organised once again after positive feedback from the first event earlier in the year.
The volunteers were immersed in educational and cultural activities, marking the beginning of a series of annual community outreach programs in Xiangkhouang Province.
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.
Held at the AUC office in Melbourne, the advisory meetings consisted of workshops, presentations, and discussions on topics such as collaboration with schools, artificial intelligence, digital discipleship, and more.
Held at Stuarts Point Convention Centre in NSW from February 17 to 20, this year’s event is reported to be the highest in attendees since its beginnings in 2016, exceeding 500 attendees on Sabbath.