Monday, April 6, 2020
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New Adventist president for South NZ

Pastor Michael Sikuri was appointed president of the South New Zealand Conference of Seventh-day Adventists at their constituency meeting, held in Christchurch on 29-30 October.

Adventists in NZ town cut off by earthquake

Adventist Church officials in New Zealand are still waiting to hear from church members living in Kaikoura, which remains cut-off after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake on Monday.

BREAKING: Reports come in after damaging NZ earthquake

A powerful earthquake has struck north of Christchurch in New Zealand, with the effects of the 7.5 magnitude quake felt on the North Island as well.

Renewed vision

"Set your minds on things above..." (Colossians 3:2). When was the last time you looked into the sky and imagined the return of Jesus?

Conference partners with IIWO

South New Zealand Conference (SNZC) and It Is Written Oceania (IIWO) partnered to run an evangelistic series across Christchurch.

Youth mobilise for global service

This Sabbath, Adventist young people around the world will put their faith into action and serve their communities in practical ways for Global Youth Day.

Sanitarium Christchurch site sold

Sanitarium has today announced the sale of its Christchurch site and a lease-back arrangement for its Marmite factory.

Road to Bethlehem breaking new ground

New Zealand is currently in the media spotlight for serving as the backdrop for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit film series. In December last year, however, a far more important story was being played out in the country—the story of the birth of Jesus.

Marmite returns to Aussie shelves

Australians are soon to be reunited with Marmite, Australia’s original yeast spread, which has returned to Australia and will be available on supermarket shelves from early October.

Adventists safe after Wellington earthquake

Seventh-day Adventists in Wellington, New Zealand, are thanking God for their safety, after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake damaged buildings in the city centre and around the region on Sunday, July 21. Some minor injuries were reported, but no deaths.
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