More than 2800 Pathfinders from across Australia started the new year with fun, friends and faith at the Australian Union Conference’s (AUC) fourth camporee.
The new radio station was officially launched during the ATSIM end-of-year meetings on November 27.
Soccer legend Tim Cahill visited Auburn Seventh-day Adventist School to promote the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon.
A statement from South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend and Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia president Pastor Jorge Munoz following yesterday’s National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
On July 20, 2008, the very first Faith FM radio station was launched from the roof of a church member’s house. Today, there are more than 130 radio broadcasts reaching more than 5 million Australians.
In an historic agreement, all nine of the Australian conferences and the Australian Union Conference (AUC) have united together with the aim of transforming the Church, advancing the Church’s mission and exploring potential changes in its entity and governance structures.
A new book by an Avondale academic challenges the myth Australians and their Anzac soldiers are not interested in matters of the spirit.
As a boy, AUC president Jorge Munoz learned to make a pair of shoes by watching his grandfather. But what he also learned was something far more special—something of eternal significance.
Adventist youth around the South Pacific Division accept the General Conference challenge.
The future of Adventist women in ministry is looking very promising.