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Book Review: Far Away From Home

A gripping tale of adventure, tragedy and transformation.

Book Review: Living 28

Is Living 28 just another empty promise of making Adventist doctrine relevant to the 21st Century, or does it refreshingly hit the mark? Maryellen Fairfax investigates.

New ebook offers guide for ministry during COVID-19

"[We're] scrambling to respond to a rapidly evolving situation, [so] last weekend I brought together some of the encouragement and practical suggestions being shared," said author Dr Peter Roennfeldt.

Book review: Following the Apostles’ Vision

"The implications that Dr Roennfeldt draws from his study are disruptive to our conventional ways of thinking about church, discipleship and mission."

Book Review: Norma: Beyond Their Tears

"[This] is one of those books we all like to read."

Peter Roennfeldt talks about the apostles’ vision

With the launch of the third book in his "Following . . ." series, Dr Peter Roennfeldt talks about what he has learnt in writing these books and the growing disciple-making movement in the South Pacific.

Book Review: “Take Me to the San”

Christian Miles' reservations of reading "Take Me to the San" were quelled as soon as she opened it. "[The book] caught my imagination—and I’ve been thinking on it ever since."

Book Review: God? Really?

As an Adventist, I thought I had all the answers. "God? Really?" made me think again.

Book Review: 1919

A century removed from the 1919 Bible Conference, this new book provides a brief overview of this historical event and the legacy it created for Adventism of the 20th century.

Book Review: One Trip to Kenya

"One Trip to Kenya is a poignant reminder of the preeminence of compassion and love in action and the difference we can each make in the world, even if only in the life of one other person."
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