Saturday, July 4, 2020
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Level up: How this charity challenge got taken to the next...

Would you walk 25 kilometres a day for charity? Tom Do did.

What happens after Easter?

In dark and difficult times, all we can do is stop and let the Spirit work.

Students from Landsdale Christian School raise $2200 for Leukaemia Foundation

Year 10 student Shantel Cobb made the brave decision to shave her head for the World's Greatest Shave.

A day in the life of a . . . remote...

Pastor Don Fehlberg opens up about his work and ministry in Australia's isolated, Indigenous communities.

Alive, because of His grace

Vincent Zhang was just 19 years old when he was diagnosed with a severe form of brain cancer. An encounter with God, however, made him "the most joyful patient in the chemotherapy room".

Oh taste and see . . .

Of all the senses, why did the Psalmist link taste to experiencing God?

Hilliard students racing to help others

Students, parents and staff from Hilliard Christian School (Tasmania) donned their running shoes to raise money for one of the school mums who has been diagnosed with cancer.

Adventist doctor pioneers possible cancer cure

Dr Ken Micklethwaite and his team from Westmead Institute have been working with modified immune cells, called CAR T cells, which could help cure blood cancer.

Christmas in a broken world

"It's the most wonderful time of the year." Then again, sometimes it's not. Tracey Bridcutt found this out the hard way 10 years ago.

800 hit the streets for San Run for Life

Federal and state parliamentarians were among the 800 participants in this year's Sydney Adventist Hospital fun run on Sunday morning.
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