Thursday, October 22, 2020
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Time for Hope

Hope is coming to television screens across New Zealand.

Kiwis embrace the ‘One’

Several years ago, Matthew Butler walked away from his Christian faith. The South New Zealander was done with Jesus and had dusted his hands of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. All that would change, however, on a weekend in November.

NZ’s audacity of hope

The Adventist message is not just a good message; it’s fantastic. So why are we growing at such a tepid pace?

Why Brazil?

“Think you know South America, think again,” says Dr Brad Kemp, president of the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference. Dr Kemp was part of a small delegation from the South Pacific Division who went to Brazil to learn about the church growth there.

Christians no longer a majority in New Zealand

For the first time in more than a century, New Zealand is no longer a predominately Christian country.

New associate general secretary for SPD

Dr Danijela Schubert was appointed Tuesday as the associate general secretary of the South Pacific Division.

New president for NZPUC

Dr Brad Kemp has been named president of the New Zealand Pacific Union Conference (NZPUC). Dr Kemp replaces outgoing president Pastor Jerry Matthews, who announced his plans to retire from the position in early June.

Missionaries need our support

While there are approximately 2.2 billion Christians in the world today, there are over 5 billion who have not accepted the Gospel of Jesus Christ­—and the number is growing rapidly.
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