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Church responds to revised religious discrimination bill

While many of the concerns have been addressed in the second draft of the bill, church leaders say there are still some significant flaws.

Church leaders urging members to pray for rain

A National Week of Prayer has been established (Sabbath, December 14 - Sabbath, December 21) in light of the fires and droughts that are devastating Australia.

Religious discrimination bill: Adventist leaders raise concerns

Church leaders say the bill needs more work to adequately protect religious freedom.

Pathfinders ‘chosen’ at world camporee

Nearly 300 Pathfinders and staff from the South Pacific Division joined 55,000 others at the international "Chosen" Pathfinder camporee, the largest gathering of Pathfinders in the world.

Church leader in talks with PM

The Seventh-day Adventist Church was represented at a meeting of faith leaders with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday.

Volunteers needed to build classrooms

The AUC project will help children living in one of the poorest countries in the world.

Mobile museum brings ancient history and Bible truths to life

Ancient Egyptian history is now accessible in schools across Australia, courtesy of the King Tut Roadshow.

Church opting in to National Redress Scheme

The scheme was set up in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse as a way of acknowledging and supporting survivors.

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

Pastor Tony Knight recently sat down with Adventist Record to provide a behind the scenes look at the The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia’s (AUC) Resource Centre.

‘Bill a threat to religious liberty’

Pastor Worker presented the Adventist Church's views to a Senate committee hearing at Parliament House last week.
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