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Adventists feature at the Australasian Lifestyle Medicine Conference

"It’s time for a change" was the theme of the recent Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine Conference held in Melbourne (November 4-6).

RECORD REWIND: Diamonds are forever

Most people have heard of the Kimberley diamond mine in South Africa. Less well known is that these diamonds were first found on a farm owned by an Adventist family, the Wessels.

Where have all the leaders gone?

What are the reasons that so many young people under thirty-five leave the church? "The youth are reacting against a culture of control."

Still on a mission

The Millerites firmly believed that Jesus Christ would return to earth on October 22, 1844. When the second coming did not occur, many were disillusioned and abandoned belief in a literal second advent. Some ex-Millerites, though, went back to studying th

An organised church

2013 is the 150th anniversary of the formal organisation of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Lessons from history

In the end, it seemed fitting that an archivist—in this case, David Trim of the Seventh-day Adventist world church—would encapsulate two days of presentations reflecting on the 150 years since the denomination's formal organisation.

Adventist Church celebrates 150th anniversary

In a replica of the meeting house where Seventh-day Adventist Church pioneer and prophet Ellen White once spoke for 10 hours on the Great Controversy, world church leaders met Friday (April 12) to commemorate the Church’s 150th anniversary.
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