Thursday, September 19, 2019
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Peace in the valley

The transformation of the Guna-Goreku tribe in Papua New Guinea's Simbu Province began with a God-given dream.

Seasonal attendance disorder

Sometimes the local church can be hard work. It's hard to find connection and we may not feel like going. But if we stick at it, it will pass.

28 Fundamentals: The ultimate story

A film-maker's perspective of the great controversy (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!). (Fundamental Belief #8)

ADRA mourns loss of staff member killed in South Sudan

ADRA staff member Agoyo Robert was killed when unknown gunmen opened fire on the vehicle in which he was travelling.

Refugees

Ahmed is a Muslim living in Hobart. He and his family are refugees... just like Jesus was.

Healing the scars of war

Never underestimate the power of reconciliation. It stops conflicts, heals hearts and changes lives.

Reopened hospital still under threat

Tribal fighting continues to be a problem for Sopas Hospital in Papua New Guinea, 14 years after the Adventist Church ceased operations at the site.

International aid questioned

ADRA Australia has defended the work of aid organisations, after the release of an OECD report that is critical of the international community’s failure to achieve poverty reduction benchmarks outlined in the Millennium Development Goals.

Simple formula for a complex world

It's estimated that there are about 4200 religions on earth today. However, we should never let what divides us theologically divide us as human beings. We are, after all, all children of the same God.

Hand-grenades and hallelujahs

Imagine being greeted at your local church by a group of high-ranking government officials. Well, that's exactly what happens at Korobosea Seventh-day Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea.
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