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Chaplains encouraged and empowered

Fifty chaplains, pastors and teachers from around the Trans Pacific Union Mission were inspired by a recent conference in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

AMEN conference: medical evangelists meet in Adelaide

More than 100 Adventist medical professionals and students gathered last weekend for the AMEN conference. The Adelaide meeting equipped delegates to "heal, survive and thrive."

Good news about marriage

More than 80 Christian counsellors, therapists, social workers and pastors attended the 2017 National Christian Family Conference.

Support a key focus at educational leaders conference

More than 160 people attended the event, held in Melbourne.

Church planting the focus of SPD conference

Being a church member is important but being an ongoing disciple grows out of that.

NAD church leaders apologise for policy error

The president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s North American Division (NAD) apologised in an open letter to the Division’s Executive Committee for some inadvertent oversteps in policy in the NAD’s quest to allow commissioned ministers—including wome

School leaders to change temperature

Delegates from Perth to Raratonga enjoyed the opportunity to seek spiritual refreshment, network with colleagues and explore ways to partner with chaplains, pastors and parents to reach young people for Christ, through an Adventist Education conference.

Conference challenges culture of denial

The inaugural Safe Place Services Professional Development Conference, “Transforming Church Culture,” held at Newport, Sydney, was attended by 85 delegates from across Australia and New Zealand.

Australian summit focuses on reconnecting

The Australian Union Conference will launch a number of ministry initiatives to reconnect with “former and missing” church members following a recent summit.

President urges prayer for earthquake victims

A huge earthquake has struck Christchurch with witnesses reporting the quake felt more violent than the quake in September.
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