Saturday, November 27, 2021
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Church Planting Symposium equips Adventists to plant churches across major cities

"You can plant churches and not make disciples, but if you make disciples you will eventually have to plant churches," said Pastor Wayne Krause.

Community rallies to support Adventist family who lost everything in house...

Community support and prayer have been poured out for the Pratt family after a devastating house fire destroyed their home, pets and possessions.

Ministerial interns spend time equipping for ministry

The camp, that happens every two years, is designed to give support to new ministers in training, support and access to church leaders.

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?

Volunteers needed to build classrooms

The AUC project will help children living in one of the poorest countries in the world.

Presidents gather and worship with local church

All the Conference presidents experienced a spiritual retreat and spent Sabbath worshiping with a local church.

Church resolves to grow young, engage youth

Around 80 delegates from Australia attended the Youth Engagement Summit to talk about how the Adventist Church can keep young people engaged and active in the faith.

New discipleship resources aim to connect

The new resources include children's books about Adventist pioneers in Australia, and a high-quality glossy picture book highlighting the of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.

Empower 2018: AUC Ministers’ Meetings

From Thursday Island to Hobart, Norfolk Island to Broome, and the remote Finke church in the middle of the outback, more than 500 pastors and their spouses recently gathered at Avondale College for these special meetings.

Chaplains come together for first countrywide conference

For the first time, Adventist school chaplains from around Australia have gathered together for a chaplains' conference.
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