Friday, December 4, 2020
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Church weathers financial storm of COVID-19

In his year-end report to the Division Executive Committee, Rodney Brady said the financial impact was not as bleak as had been initially feared.

AUC celebrates 70 years of Pathfinders with a trip down memory...

Thousands of photos—both old and new—were submitted by people across Australia to commemorate the special anniversary.

Faith FM appoints new speaker and host

Pastor Robbie Berghan is excited to be working with the team on building an intentional strategy to nurture the listener in their journey with Christ.

Mamarapha: educating a generation

Mamarapha College is an oasis of peace and learning and most Australian Adventists aren't aware of the massive, nation-changing impact it is quietly making.

Church after COVID: What will it look like?

Be part of this Division-wide initiative looking at why it's important for digital church to continue and ways to go about it.

Church makes statements on George Floyd

Adventist church leaders around the world have released statements of support in the wake of escalating racial tensions in the United States.

Tithe up despite coronavirus challenge

Offerings, however, are down on previous years, which could have an impact on the work of the Church. 

Working overtime: A group that’s kept our nation going

While you've been working from bed, teachers and school administrators have been working harder than ever before. Together, we say thank you.

Members making an impact, thousands seeking hope, surge in Bible studies

South Pacific Division president Glenn Townend gives us a summary of the latest COVID-19 developments across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

COVID-19 restrictions end small-group gatherings

With Adventist leaders recommending even small groups to take place online due to social distancing, what alternatives are church members adopting?
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