Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Global mission plant growing

A Global Mission church plant in the Makira Province of Solomon Islands is off to a good start with 22 people baptised at the end of the second year.

A dream comes true in Wellington

When Dr Sue Wang said a tearful goodbye to her family and friends in China, little did she know she would be the cause of a new exciting movement in New Zealand.

Two Samoan church plants opened

Two new church groups have been planted by the Samoan community in Australia.

Keys to WA growth

The WA Conference is the fastest growing conference in Australia and one of the fastest growing conferences within the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Western world. What has it done to encourage this kind of growth?

My church—Buaniloe Memorial

We have six churches on Emirau. There are about 300 residents on the islands—many of the people from our island live in Kavieng on New Ireland where there is employment.

My church—Popondetta Town

My church has about 150 members, 70 per cent of whom are young people and children.

My story—Natacha Lehartel

I grew up on a variety of islands in French Polynesia. My dad is Pastor Ambroise Colombani, and you know how they like to move pastors around. I also spent a few years in Fiji with my parents.

Offerings grow new churches

It costs money to send missionaries and establish an Adventist presence in new areas around the world. But for the past 22 years Seventh-day Adventists have found an effective and efficient way of making disciples and planting new churches among unreached
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