Back for its third year, the SQC Creative Conference featured a series of keynotes and practical presentations by Adventists who use media and creativity in their professional or personal spheres.
Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, Brisbane Adventist College (BAC) in Queensland finished 2021 on a high note with 12 students baptised in one single event on November 12, totalling 21 baptisms throughout the year.
After a car accident left him in a coma for six months, Peter began a search for meaning—eventually landing him at an Adventist church.
Artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers, social media influencers and other creatives were inspired by the presentations.
Raising thousands of dollars for ADRA, a team of 70 people rode from Brisbane to North Stradbroke Island.
More than 600 delegates from approximately 90 Adventist churches congregated in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Attendees returned “home” to reminisce on the church’s rich history and evangelism efforts.
Molly Henry, a year 8 student at Central Coast Adventist School, has been invited to the Steve Irwin Gala Dinner in Brisbane on November 10 where she will receive the award from Australia Zoo and the Steve Irwin Foundation for her conservation projects and efforts.
How one man’s decision to keep the Sabbath resulted in the experience of a lifetime: participating in the Queen’s Baton Relay for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.