Friday, April 26, 2019
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Where no-one else will go

How an organisation run by only two people is changing thousands of lives across the South Pacific islands.

Inmates follow Jesus through baptism

Seventeen inmates from the me­dium-risk prison in Port Vila (Vanuatu) were baptised on March 23 at Teoumaville Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Not too young

There's a youth retention problem in our Church. But, as Pastor Daniel Matteo suggests, we may only have ourselves to blame.

Vanuatu growth

A thriving disciple-making movement doesn't happen overnight. Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on some of the Adventist Church's milestone events in Vanuatu from the past few years.

Church members encouraged to focus on discipleship

Members of Madang Town Adventist Church camped out last weekend to reflect on their achievements in the past 10 months and to make plans for 2019.

Six students baptised in Solomon Islands

Kukudu Adventist College is rejoicing following the baptism of six students this past Sabbath.

Our Fiji time: Students share good news in cross-cultural ministry immersion

Twelve Avondale Seminary students took part in the 19-day evangelistic series, culminating in a mass baptism on July 28.

Best Sabbath afternoon

For Pastor Glenn Townend, rocking back and forth on the steep and rough roads around Honiara (Solomon Islands) in the Mission 4WD was an ideal way to spend a Sabbath afternoon.

Stories from the harvest

A glimpse of the amazing things God is doing in Vanuatu.

Why Total Member Involvement matters

A new approach to evangelism is putting ministry back where it's supposed to be—in the hands of local church members.
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